Dog Days of Summer BBQ Bash & Fundraiser
Come join the HOPE Farmers Market family in kicking off the dog days of summer this Friday August 2nd. We will celebrate the glory of the Texas summer the best way we know how: farm fresh food, cold drinks, great music and art!
Some of the highlights…
+ Tink Pinkard will be roasting a Windy Hill Farm goat for this summer’s best Goat Tacos!
+ Farm Fresh Veggies, Appetizers & Sides from local chefs and farms.
+ Iced Tea, Cold Beer from Shiner & Treaty Oak Cocktails
+ Live Music and Square Dancing from the Barn Owl Band
+ Live Auction with our resident (goat) auction expert, Ty from Windy Hill Farm!
+ HOPE Play Art Station & Piñata for the kids!
+ An Awesome Location, Sustain Center! Located next to Callahan’s General Store, at 443 S. Batrop Hwy.
+ For event updates, be sure to stay tuned to our Facebook Event Page.
Tickets will be available at the event but purchasing your ticket prior helps us out! Get your ticket today!
Dog Days of Summer Event Tickets: Find them online here.
This end of the summer event is being held to raise funds to support HOPE FM’s programming so we can continue growing our market to better serve our community. We look forward to bringing the HOPE FM community together with food, music and fun! 
Meet a vendor!

This is the first in a series of blogs introducing the people behind the great food, music and art at HOPE Farmers Market!

Ty Wolosin of Windy Hill Farms

How long have you been at HOPE FM?

A little over 2 years

What do you bring to the market?

Goat Meat, Sheep, Beef, Vegetables, Eggs, Canned Goods

How did you decide to join HOPE Farmers Market?

A friend from Comanche was friends with Andi Scull Cheatham, one of the founders of the HOPE campaign.

What is your favorite thing about Sundays at HOPE?

The community of vendors and the laid back atmosphere.

Got any secret hobbies we should know about?

Love watching soccer and used to play a lot until my knees gave out.

Any favorite HOPE FM stories to share?

When Phil was giving samples of my fermented hot pepper escabeche out, watching people’s reactions to how hot was, was not nearly as much fun as watching Phil’s reaction.

 
Ty also has a wealth of knowledge on beer brewing and heirloom garlic varieties. Check back in a few months and he will have 6 types of garlic to choose from!