Pedal Power Project

We’ll be raffling off 3 ‘almost new’ bicycles at the market, on Saturday, August 10.  These bikes are really beautiful.  Tickets will cost $5 each.  When we have sold 100 tickets we’ll close the raffle.

All the money will go to buy bicycle parts like tubes, tires, brakes, etc. for the Pedal Power Project – a very worthwhile project which rehabs used bikes which are given to refugee families.

Please click here to see the recent article in the Neighborhood section of the Courier-Journal about the Pedal Power Project.  Bob Callander, the founder of the St. Matthews Farmers Market, is the chairman of the Pedal Power Project.

pedal power project

Sixth Annual Heirloom Tomato Tasting

On Saturday, August 10, you’ll have a chance to savor the flavor of a variety of heirloom tomatoes from 10:00 am until the tomatoes are gone.


Be sure to stop and taste the different varieties, then vote for your favorite. There is no charge. All of the heirlooms are donated by the farmers and vendors at the market.

Reprinted from the August 10, 2013 issue of News from the St. Matthews Farmers’ Market

Saluting Our Founding Vendors

In an era when trust, goodwill, and a cooperative spirit are not always part of a business model, the St. Matthews Farmers Market wants to recognize those founding farmers and vendors who put their faith in its existence and continue to demonstrate those qualities.

When the idea of the market was planted 7 years ago, it was clear that having good vendors would be crucial to its success. Since the market was untested, vendors were taking a chance by signing up to participate. Fortunately, this group did and they are still part of the market. Without them, and the others who have joined since then, Saturday mornings in St. Matthews would be a bit duller!

Hats off to:

Black Cat Pottery - Louisville

Ear’s What’s Poppin’ – Louisville

Full Heart Farm – Prospect

Gallrein Farms – Shelbyville

Garey Farms – Paris

Graf’s Produce and Plants – Memphis, IN

Gypsy Ridge Farm – Campbellsburg, IN

Harmony Fields Farm – Shelbyville

Highland Moor Nursery - Midway

Holy Branch Gourds – Bethlehem

Innisfail Farm – Louisville

Jackson Produce – Borden, IN

Organic Acres – Odon, IN

Rattlesnake Hill Farm – Bloomfield

Sunergos Coffee – Louisville

Sunshine Farms – LaGrange

Triple J Farm – Georgetown

Wildflour Bakehouse - Louisville

Reprinted from the June 29, 2013 issue of News from the St. Matthews Farmers’ Market