In this 15-minute podcast interview, Bainbridge Island Farmers Market manager Tim O’Brien provides highlights of what’s at the market as the holiday season draws near.

Starting Saturday November 22nd — from 9am to 1pm — the Farmers Market moves from its summer location between City Hall and the BPA theater to its Autumn location.

Starting on the 22nd, it will be found in the open space in front of the Eagle Harbor Congregational Church.  EHCC is the church with the white steeple in the center of Winslow at the intersection of Winslow Way and Madison Avenue.  And inside the church on Saturdays between 9am and 1pm you’ll find additional local vendors with crafts, desserts and other goodies.

In addition to managing the market, Tim O’Brien is just completing his two-year term as President of the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association. BIDA is the association of Winslow businesses working to keep the downtown an inviting place to stroll, window shop, gather for treats or a meal, and shop local.

Because of our mild climate and the use of some greenhouses, the Farmers Market will continue to offer a variety of locally grown and harvested foods through most of December.

For more information, see the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market website

Credits: BCB host, editor and publisher: Barry Peters.