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Go Bike to join North Buffalo Farmers Market

Go Bike has added the new North Buffalo Farmers Market to its Mobile Repair calendar this summer. Starting June 26th and through September, Go Bike will be at the market on the fourth Thursday of every month to help cyclists with light tune-ups.

In addition to Go Bike, other community groups such as the University Heights Arts Association are partnering with the new market. Organizations interested in collaborating should contact

The North Buffalo Farmers Market is open every Thursday from 3:00 – 7:00 PM and is located at Holy Spirit Church. The market currently features organic and locally grown produce, fresh coffee, organic juice and smoothies, baked goods, breads, olive oil, organic honey, and all-natural skincare products.

Market organizers were delighted with the steady stream of people who attended the opening on Thursday, June 19th. According to Market Manager, Patricia Banning, informal exit interviews indicated that shoppers were happy with the offerings. She also heard positive responses from market vendors who were pleased with customer traffic: Arden Farms sold out their produce. The House of Olives said sales for their olive oils and sauces were excellent. And Code Blu Juice Bar’s blender was whirring all afternoon making kale smoothies.

“We are building trust and community,” Banning said. “For me, that is the success I was hoping for.”

This week the market will welcome Mazureks’ Bakery, fresh off their win of the prestigious Buffalo Spree Best Bakery in Buffalo award. In the weeks to follow and as the growing season progresses the market will also host more produce vendors, special guest vendors, an art garden with local craftspeople, live music, and cooking demonstrations featuring seasonal produce and products available at the market. Food Trucks will also be at the market on Thursdays based on their availability.

For weekly updates, visit North Buffalo Farmers Market on Facebook or contact

The North Buffalo Farmers Market is partnering with with additional support from the Hertel North Buffalo Business Association and Buffalo City Councilman Michael LoCurto.

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The North Buffalo Organization Inc. (NBO) envisions a vibrant and safe neighborhood; a thriving business environment; a healthy community; a neighborhood rich in cultural experiences; and an engaged and well-informed constituency. NBO shares this vision with several other North Buffalo groups and works to collaborate with all stakeholders.

NBO’s own role in achieving this vision to date includes: establishing the North Buffalo Farmers Market; conducting clean-up events; promoting local businesses and organizations; keeping the community informed; and hosting public meetings for networking and sharing of resources. Plans are also underway for new initiatives related to public art, economic development, and infrastructure.

Do you have an idea? Community input is welcome and encouraged! For more information, contact

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