The first day of autumn is still two weeks away, but we’re kicking off the new season tomorrow – and you don’t want to miss it!

The Broadway Autumn Festival and Antique Car Show is happening tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., so the market is joining in the fun with the Broadway Community Market Fall Season Kickoff. We have a great lineup of vendors for the market tomorrow, as well as live music in the morning, and we have special hours to match the festival (9-3). And it looks like we’ll have great weather, too!

As I hinted at last week, I’ve been knitting and crocheting in preparation for this fun event. I made a couple festive pumpkin baskets in two sizes, perfect for fall decorating and holding Halloween candy or autumn-themed potpourri.

I also knitted up some dishcloths in new colors, and I have one last set of Harry Potter-inspired scarf bookmarks to sell before I switch to a new style. Of course, there will be skillet handle covers and Swiffer covers as well, and I crocheted a few more of the adorable fishbowl stuff and spill toys.

As for veggies, I picked a record amount of cucamelons this week, as well as oodles of okra and plenty of tomatoes and jalapenos.

The full list:

  • fresh salsa packs
  • heirloom tomatoes
  • jalapenos
  • okra
  • cucamelons
  • dilly beans
  • crocheted and knit items
  • notecards

See you at the market!