We’ve arrived…here it is, that sweet spot of the season. Each week we’re surprised by what the farms bring to us at Chattanooga Market. The past week or so, we’ve been seeing okra, corn, tomatoes, peaches, squash, lettuces and blueberries. The Market—the vendors— we are thriving again post-COVID, thanks to the community support.
What does June look like at Chattanooga Market? More fresh produce, for sure. Father’s Day is June 20th and we do a pretty darn good job of celebrating dad at the Market. It’s a Blues and Brews day ( by the way, have you tried our Sunday Funday craft beer yet?) featuring none other than Rick Rushing, live on the Lodge Cast Iron Sizzle Stage.
Put a note in your tickler file, we’ll be celebrating the 4th of July BIG—stayed tuned for details!
We’ll see you Sunday!
Chris and Melissa
Jeff Fulkerson started making jewelry at the age of sixteen, when turquoise was just becoming a hot item. He had been a model-building prodigy from the age of five, and when he saw his cousin wearing a Navajo bracelet, he went to the workshop and taught himself to craft silver. The first ring he ever made was quickly sold, and thus began a lifelong passion for making people (and outfits) look fantastic.