Ramp it Up! Spring Fling!
Tomorrow is the big day! Join us for our season kickoff, Ramp it Up! Spring Fling from 10-4 at Heritage Station!
The market will kick off its spring plant sale with a special surprise improvement to the store! We will celebrate the beginning of the growing season with ramps for sale and will have a preview of produce coming to the market. The event will be held in conjunction with the Healthy Huntington Day in Pullman Square. Browse between shops and learn about the healthy experiences Huntington has to offer.
Events At The Wild Ramp!
The Wild Ramp will also be offering a variety of products to taste and try throughout the day including, coffee, sauces, chips, crackers, honey, ramps and more!
10:00am Grow your own!
Get your homegrown Blackberry plants, Strawberry plants, and other starters from local farmers!
11am The Big Reveal! What could it be?
Meet Artist Noelle and husband Scott, who have made a wonderful addition to The Wild Ramp market atmosphere. Noelle sells cut-paper collage cards using many tiny pieces of brightly colored paper hand-cut and glued to form each individual design. Noelle also sells clay plaques, soap dishes and decorative houses which are hand-crafted and have a folk art style. Come at 11 to see the big reveal! Noelle has posted a sneak peak on her blog, Noelle Horsfield. It is gorgeous, and I personally can’t wait to see it in place at the market.
1pm Special Class: Growing from Seed to Sprout
Several of our farmers will offer their advice about spring planting and answer gardening questions. This is a free class and will be held on the outdoor patio of The Wild Ramp Market. Meet the farmers that started the seeds and will be growing fresh local fruits and veggies year-round!
We are excited for spring and would like to share our growing market with you! If you have questions or need more information please call The Wild Ramp market at 304-523-RAMP or visit our store to see what’s new. The Wild Ramp will sell plants every Saturday until May 11th, call to pre-order plants.