Gifts For Everyone!

If you so happen to be joining us this Sunday for our HOPE for the Holidays Dinner… then you’re in luck!

The Homegrown Revival will be cooking up an absolutely delicious holiday menu featuring chicken and ground beef from Peeler Farms. Meet chefs Sonya, Tink and their crew… and then sit down to dinner with Marianna Peeler!

Local & Delicious Comfort Food
whole smoked chicken w/ pomegranate chutney… winter veggie pot pie w/ smoked maple vinegar sauce… fried chicken livers… meatballs & gravy… cauliflower mash w/ green onions… and a sticky toffee pudding!

Holiday Gifts for Everyone
Each guest will receive a special gift from HOPE as well as the opportunity to bid in our Holiday Gift Auction featuring goods from…

Come learn about local food from the experts, help celebrate and support the HOPE Farmers Market, and get ahead on your holiday shopping!

 

**There are a few tickets left to this special event! Please JOIN US**

HOPE for the Holidays: Sunday, Dec 9

Celebrate the Holidays with the Market family… and help us raise some money to support our community outreach programs!

Sonya and Tink of The Homegrown Revival will be serving up a locally sourced multi-course meal featuring Peeler Farms in Floresville, Texas. We’ll have a complimentary cocktail waiting for you, and you’re welcome to bring some wine or beer to enjoy with dinner!

This event is #4 of the HOPE FM Supper Club Series: educating and indulging the Austin community through a unique and artistic benefit dinner series hosted in the HOPE Gallery. All proceeds benefit HOPEFM’s community outreach programming, including our new Mobile PopUP Farm Stand and SNAP/EBT programming, increasing access to healthy food in East Austin.

All proceeds from these dinners benefit our community programming. Thank you for your ongoing support of the HOPE FM!

Tickets are $65. Purchase your ticket here>>

 

HOPE for the Holidays
A HOPEFM Supper Club with the Homegrown Revival

  • Date: Sunday, December 9
  • Time: 7pm Cocktail Hour, 8pm dinner seating
  • Location: HOPE Gallery at Pine Street Station, 414 Waller St.
  • Featured Farmer: Peeler Farms
  • Chefs: Sonya Coté and Tink Pinkard
  • Cocktail Hour Music: Chris Jamison
  • Holiday Tunes: DJ Chino Casino
  • Complimentary Cocktail provided, BYOB dinner
  • Holiday Gift Auction featuring local businesses including East End Wines, Coterie Market, Antonelli’s Cheese Shop, In.Gredients and more!

Seating is limited, please purchase your ticket today!

 

The Homegrown Revival seeks to ensure that the “local food” trend resonates into good consumer practices throughout the state. We want to educate Texans, both urban and suburban, about the foods available in their area and help them source and prepare these foods with confidence.

Images from past HOPE FM + Homegrown Revival Supper Clubs…

 

 

 

PopUp Farm Stand: The Designers

As promised in our last post about the PopUP Farm Stand Design Competition… it’s time for us to highlight the designers. After the big design charrette/competition day, each team had about 2 weeks to take the feedback they received, develop their designs, compile them onto 2’x3′ boards, and submit to be displayed in the HOPE Gallery.

It’s obvious to us that each team took a lot of time on this and the development is astounding! In no particular order, here’s what they submitted… each of these boards have also been printed and are on display right now in the HOPE Gallery!

 

1. Team Thinking Booth, led by Adam Gates.

 

2. Spence Kellum & Sean Lyon.

Bonus Points for this team! In addition to putting together their board, they have also been around the Market for the past few weeks working on bamboo and willow prototypes…

 

3. Clay Odom, Sean O’Neill, and Adam Owens.

 

 

“So… what’s next?”

Funny you should ask! All are welcome to join us on Saturday, December 1 for a HOPE Likes Bikes Happy Hour featuring these designs and other bike-friendly market programs and partners. We’ll be getting YOUR feedback on the designs and announcing our plans to move forward with the lucky and talented winning team!

 

HOPE Likes Bikes Happy Hour

Saturday, Dec 1 3-5pm (after Edible Austin’s Urban Farm Bicycle Tour)
Pine Street Station: 414 Waller St.

More details >>

 

Special thanks to:
Clay Odom, Sean O’Neill, Adam Owens, Spence Kellum, Sean Lyon, Adam Gates & the other designers who competed in the original charrette.

Catherine French, Ellen Hunt, Beau Frail & James Foster of the AIA Design Voice

Steve Ross, Wilson Hack, Tejas Kulkarni, Stephanie Dona, Adam O’Sullivan & Kathryn Zeringue of UT’s AREA-ER course

Square Dance & Handmade Swap: Thursday, Nov 29

Join us in the HOPE Gallery at Pine Street Station – Thursday, November 29 for a Square Dance & Handmade Swap!

 

Dance and Swap! Dance or Swap!
If you can smile and bounce, you can square dance! No experience needed… All dances called!

 

Music: The Barn Owls
Dance caller: Sharon Isaac

Thursday, November 29
7-10 PM
HOPE Gallery at Pine Street Station (414 Waller Street)

$5 admission
**50% of proceeds support HOPE Farmer’s Market!**
New Belgium Beer!

Handmade swap at 8:30 – Bring your homemade art, crafts, etc… take another handmade item home! Successful Swap!

 

Austin Clothes Exchange: Sunday, Nov 4

The first Sunday of every month HOPE Farmers Market hosts the Austin Clothes Exchange where anybody can bring their gently used clothes to swap! A great opportunity to clean out your closet, pick up something new-to-you and make some friends at the same time! Come join the clothes exchange in the HOPE Gallery at the East end of the Market starting at noon.

From The Austin Clothes Exchange’s meet up page:

The Austin Clothes Exchange is Austin’s first clothes swap meetup group. It will be a great way to save money, help the environment and get to meet new friends. The meetup group will meet up once a month. … The clothes must be in either mint or good condition. We will exchange clothes that may have become to big ,small or we just want to try something new! The same thing goes for shoes and any other items.