Cape Gazette

Garden and Farm Briefs

Oct 30, 2014

East Coast Garden Center to host first Indoor Farmers Market Nov. 11

East Coast Garden Center has created an indoor market to support local growers, chefs, crafters, bakers and more during the winter months. The Indoor Farmers Market will be open Tuesdays, Nov. 11 through March 17, at The Cordrey Center.  Vendors lined up include Backyard Jams & Jellies, Black Bottom Farms, Booda Soap Box, Chapel’s Country Creamery, Fresh Harvest Hydroponics, Lavender Fields, Old World Breads, Patty’s, The Point Coffeehouse & Bake Shoppe, Stag Run Farm, Yum Yum Sweets & Treats and more. Along with the vendors, the market may include demonstrations, music, classes and more. The Cordrey Center is located aat 30366 Cordrey Road, Millsboro. For more information call 302-945-3489 and to stay up to date, go to

Delaware Botanic Gardens president to speak Nov. 12; reserve by Nov. 5

Michael Zajic,  president of the Delaware Botanic Gardens, will be the featured speaker at the Georgetown Arts&Flowers Inc. annual luncheon meeting Wednesday, Nov. 12. The public is invited to hear Zajic speak about plans for developing the Botanic Gardens, which will be located in Sussex County.

The meeting will be held at The Brick Hotel on the Circle at 11:30 a.m. The price of the lunch is $18 per person, which includes gratuity. Reservations are required; contact Louise Skerrett at or 302-856-9603 by Wednesday, Nov. 5.

Georgetown Arts&Flowers is a community organization established to promote and maintain the beauty of historic Georgetown. It also encourages fine arts and music events in the area. The group meets monthly at the town library. Individuals and businesses interested in participating with Arts&Flowers may contact Skerrett at or 302-856-9603.



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