No need to travel to get your Christmas tree this year - we're bringing the farm to you! For your convenience, Harb's Oasis will offer Christmas trees at Alexander's Highland ...
Alexander’s will hold its first Pop-Up Arts Market on Sunday, Nov. 23, from noon until 4 p.m., featuring local artists and artisans working in paints, metals, wood, and other media. There will be free face painting for kids, and a hands-on children’s art project guided by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. In addition, culinary artist Chef Peter Sclafani will be sign copies of his cookbook Seasons of Louisiana.
Get “Harvesting Health” tips from Pennington Biomedical Research Center’s booth during Alexander’s Highland Market’s November Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sunday, Nov. 2, from 10 am until 2 pm at 18111 Highland Market Drive. Luckett Farms will also sell fresh seasonal vegetables, Hollywood Livestock will sell grass-fed beef, and AmazinGraze Creamery will offer goat cheeses from their farm.
It’s hard to describe how perfectly fall weather, local farmers, foodies, and faithful customers combined to make our sixth pop-up farmers market last Sunday our best yet, so we’ll show you in pictures. But know this: It keeps getting bigger, and it keeps getting better. “It’s such a great way to market our product,” said Kathy Broha, owner of Ruth’s Hummus. “We sold all four cases we brought!”
The first 50 people to attend Alexander’s Highland Market’s October Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sunday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 18111 Highland Market Drive and visit Southern Art’s booth will receive a free bottle of Southern Art No. 1 Handcrafted Hot Sauce, a local product recently named a Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Food Finalist.