Family Farm Day 2011
Last year's DCM Farm Day event was so amazing that we're doing it again!
- Tour Elodie Farms, meet their wonderful goats, and sample their delicious cheese
- Taste locally produced wine from Benjamin Vineyards
- Participate in fun spring-themed activities and games for kids, including a craft table hosted by Montessori Farm School
- Bring a picnic to enjoy on the beautiful farmhouse lawn
- For sale at the event: raffle tickets for a chance to win amazing prizes, Locopops, bottles of wine, and cheese to take home
$10 for folks 21+
$5 for folks under 21 (and over 3)
free for tiny folks 3 and under
Elodie Farms, 9522 Hampton Rd, Rougemont, NC 27572
23 April · 2–5 PM
Ninth Street Bakery is supporting Durham Central Market...
and YOU can help!
Shop at Ninth Street Bakery on Fridays from now until May 13th and they will donate 10% of those days sales to Durham Central Market!
You can locate them at:
136 East Chapel Hill Street
Durham, NC 27701-3202
Tell your friends and support our local businesses!
Why We Invested
Pete and Margaret Schubert
Owner Numbers: 505 & 942
Neighborhood / Zip: Bluestone Estates / 27713
Most Wanted in DCM: Local foods
Why We Invested: We are committed to local foods and to Durham. The perfect union of those two values is embodied in the Durham Central Market concept. We believe in the co-op model of doing business. Talk about putting your money where your mouth is: real, good food that supports the local community is the best place to invest our time and money.
Doug and Nancy Henderson-James
Owner Numbers: 499 & 195
Neighborhood / Zip: Trinity Heights, 27701
Most Wanted in DCM: We want a great grocery store that's within easy distance to Durham's downtown neighborhoods and features local foods.
Why We Invested: Since DCM is a cooperative, the owners are the ones to make it happen. It won't happen simply by wishing but by investing in it.
Lori Pistor & Terry Allebaugh
Owner Numbers: 55 & 1058
Neighborhood / Zip: Duke Park, 27701
Most Wanted in DCM: Seasonal produce from local farmers; provisions from local entrepreneurs
Why We Invested: The commitment to community as well as environmental sustainability make DCM an exciting endeavor. The location will be convenient for those working and/or living in the downtown area and will further enhance the redevelopment of wonderful Central Durham. If this is really going to happen we felt like we needed and wanted to be part of making it so.
Kelly and John Suttles
Owner Numbers: 203 & 204
Neighborhood: Old North Durham
Most wanted at DCM: Locally sourced and organic foods
Why we invested: We are investing because we want the Durham Central Market to open and succeed. Downtown Durham needs a local grocery store. It will help the neighborhoods surrounding downtown to flourish. We want a closer grocery option for ourselves.