- Saturdays – Zionsville Farmers Market
- June 6 (Sat) – Global Family Reunion at Zionsville Genealogical Library
- June 12 (Fri) – VGGBS group gathering
- June 20 (Sat) – Zionsville Garden Tour and Paint Out
- June 28 (Sun) – Historical Society Program
- August 8 (Sat) – VRA Golf Outing
I hope everyone enjoyed the month of May in Indianapolis!
With the Farmer’s Market in full swing it definitely seems like summer and I have one summer event announcement to make. The Second Annual VRA Golf Outing will be held on Saturday, August 8 at the Zionsville Golf Course (more details later in this VV). Thanks to Todd Rech for organizing it again this year.
I would also like to thank Tom Santelli of the Boone County Council and our neighbors Dan Porzel and Cara Weber for speaking at our last meeting. We do not have any meetings scheduled until August 18. Stay tuned for details.
Please note that the board has discussed eliminating the “Non-Voting Membership” since we also have an “Honorary Membership” to cover anyone living outside of the village that would still be affiliated with the Association. I will put this up for a vote at the annual meeting in October and I will e-blast the details at least 30 days prior to that meeting. Please ensure you are receiving the e-blast and your membership is active if you would like to participate in the vote.
One last note, I saw on the news that the suspect we were warned about by ZPD who was trying to rob businesses and churches in the area by wearing a suit and acting as if he “belonged” there has been apprehended in Bloomington.
VRA Golf Outing
The second annual VRA golf outing will be held on Saturday, August 8th at the Zionsville Golf Course. We are planning a 3 PM tee time with a similar 4 person scramble/best ball format as last years event. We will play 9 holes with a light meal following at the course.
We had a fantastic time last year, and was a great way to have some fun with our neighbors. Participants can once again form their own teams, or sign up as an individual ,and be place on a team.
Please contact Todd Rech at email@example.com with questions or to sign up. Look for more information in the next Village Voice. The estimated cost is $30 which will include a 9 holes, a cart, prizes and the meal.Winter is over! Hooray! The Farmer’s Market is opening Saturday, May 16. Come see your favorite vendors and meet some new ones. Your fellow villagers will be there, so it will give you a chance to catch up with them too.
The Zionsville Historical Society recently announced plans for a special free program the organization is hosting as a part of this year’s commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
Have you been to the Farmer’s Market yet? Well, if you haven’t, you are in for a big surprise. There are several new vendors for you to try out. There are also celebrations where you can receive goodies, watch a cooking demonstration, and participate in a free yoga class. It’s an event everySaturday morning! Read on and be sure to mark your calendar.
Yoga at the Farmers Market:
6/13 “Free Range Yoga at the Market With Simply Yoga”
6/20 “From Farm to Flow With Peace Through Yoga”
7/18 “From Farm to Flow With Peace Through Yoga”
8/15 “From Farm to Flow With Peace Through Yoga”
9/5 “Free Range Yoga at the Market With Simply Yoga”
9/12 “From Farm to Flow With Peace Through Yoga”
Farmers Market Special Events:
June 6 – Strawberry Shortcake Day (free shortcake to visitors)
June 6 – Chef Peter Fulgenzi cooking demonstration sponsored by IU North
August 8 – National Farmers Market Week celebration (free goodies)
September 12 – Chef Peter Fulgenzi cooking demonstration sponsored by IU North
Welcome to these new vendors:
Saw-whet Farm (produce)
Simplicity Holistic Health (juice)
Woodland Honey Co. (honey)
Blue Yonder Organic Farm (produce)
Xchocol’Art (artisan chocolates)
Wildflower Farms (flowers and herbs)
Sweet Peas Flower Farm (cut flowers, flower bar)
Farming for Life (fermented foods)
Dunbar Heritage Farms (produce)