Yoga on the Lawn
May
26
to Sep 29

Yoga on the Lawn

FEED YOUR BODY & YOUR SPIRIT! at the Delhi Farmers Market

Introduction of Yoga 

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Every Other Saturday @ 9:00am starting May26th

Yoga in the Park will introduce each practitioner to a progression of Pranayama(Breathing Techniques), Drishti(focus of Gaze), and Asanas(postures/movement)leading to a unique practice for each participant. Introducing modifications for individual needs.  Helping participants to develop a gentle moving meditation.  Building strength, flexibility, and relieving stress.  Back, neck, and other joint issues will be addressed.  Understanding how to create alignment, allowing each joint to flow, each muscle to strengthen and stretch in a protective nurturing movement, while calming the mind, and  guiding your true self to blossom.   Be sure to bring a yoga mat, blanket or beach towel.  Class is FREE. Donations to Different Delhi Charitable Organizations will be accepted weekly.

Marietta Bucalo, Yoga Instructor/Director at Yoga by Marietta, has 14 years of experience, located on Mount St Joseph's campus for the last 7 years.  For more info on Delhi Community classes, go to www.yogabymarietta.com

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Sep
29
9:00 AM09:00

P's in a Pod

P’s in a Pod was started and named for its founders Pat and Polly Giblin (The “P’s”) and is dedicated to playing bluegrass classics and contemporary songs in a bluegrass style. Our set list runs the gamut from Flatt and Scruggs to Johnny Cash to the Beatles. The band has evolved over the past 6 years to include not only Pat on guitar and Polly on banjo, but Dan Lynch on mandolin and Mindy Reichelt on upright bass. One of the biggest blessings of this band is that we get along not only as musicians but also as people.

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Sep
15
9:30 AM09:30

Cooking at the Market- with Chef Jeff Cooke

This season we will have Chef Jeff Cooke! Jeff graduated from Midwest Culinary Institute/Cincinnati State in 2011 and is currently a Sous Chef at PrimaVista. He will be display his cooking skills during the market! He will be using ingredients from the market to provide you with yummy samples for you to try while shopping- for free! Each market he will have a list of ingredients and what vendors he received them from so that you will be able to get these same ingredients to try at home! Check back to see what he will be making!

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Aug
18
9:00 AM09:00

P's in a Pod

P’s in a Pod was started and named for its founders Pat and Polly Giblin (The “P’s”) and is dedicated to playing bluegrass classics and contemporary songs in a bluegrass style. Our set list runs the gamut from Flatt and Scruggs to Johnny Cash to the Beatles. The band has evolved over the past 6 years to include not only Pat on guitar and Polly on banjo, but Dan Lynch on mandolin and Mindy Reichelt on upright bass. One of the biggest blessings of this band is that we get along not only as musicians but also as people.

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Aug
4
9:30 AM09:30

Cooking at the Market- with Chef Jeff Cooke

This season we will have Chef Jeff Cooke! Jeff graduated from Midwest Culinary Institute/Cincinnati State in 2011 and is currently a Sous Chef at PrimaVista. He will be display his cooking skills during the market! He will be using ingredients from the market to provide you with yummy samples for you to try while shopping- for free! Each market he will have a list of ingredients and what vendors he received them from so that you will be able to get these same ingredients to try at home! Check back to see what he will be making!

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Jul
21
9:30 AM09:30

Cooking at the Market- with Chef Jeff Cooke

This season we will have Chef Jeff Cooke! Jeff graduated from Midwest Culinary Institute/Cincinnati State in 2011 and is currently a Sous Chef at PrimaVista. He will be display his cooking skills during the market! He will be using ingredients from the market to provide you with yummy samples for you to try while shopping- for free! Each market he will have a list of ingredients and what vendors he received them from so that you will be able to get these same ingredients to try at home! Check back to see what he will be making!

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Ps in a Pod
Jul
7
9:00 AM09:00

Ps in a Pod

P’s in a Pod was started and named for its founders Pat and Polly Giblin (The “P’s”) and is dedicated to playing bluegrass classics and contemporary songs in a bluegrass style. Our set list runs the gamut from Flatt and Scruggs to Johnny Cash to the Beatles. The band has evolved over the past 6 years to include not only Pat on guitar and Polly on banjo, but Dan Lynch on mandolin and Mindy Reichelt on upright bass. One of the biggest blessings of this band is that we get along not only as musicians but also as people.

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Jun
23
9:30 AM09:30

Cooking at the Market- with Chef Jeff Cooke

This season we will have Chef Jeff Cooke! Jeff graduated from Midwest Culinary Institute/Cincinnati State in 2011 and is currently a Sous Chef at PrimaVista. He will be display his cooking skills during the market! He will be using ingredients from the market to provide you with yummy samples for you to try while shopping- for free! Each market he will have a list of ingredients and what vendors he received them from so that you will be able to get these same ingredients to try at home! Check back to see what he will be making!

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Opening Day!
May
26
9:00 AM09:00

Opening Day!

Join us for Opening Day!

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This year the Delhi Farmer's Market has multiple new vendors, as well as new events that will continue throughout the market season. Join us for our opening day for the 2nd season of the market! Mike Oberst from the band The Tillers will be joining us, along with raffles, food and local companies. We hope to see you there!

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Mike Oberst is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, musician, and songwriter best known as a co-founder of the Cincinnati, Ohio string band, The Tillers.
 

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Mike was born and raised in the Sayler Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, a stone’s throw from the historic US Route 50 as it winds down the banks of the Ohio River. He was introduced to music at a very early age, starting Suzuki piano lessons at the age of four. At the age of 13, Mike’s father showed him some chords on the guitar, and within a year, he began forming punk rock bands with his friends. Over the next decade, Mike’s bands “Disarm” and later, “The Resurgence”, became fixtures on the local punk scene.

When The Blue Rock Boys went on hiatus in 2007, Mike began performing solo shows around town. During this time, he became consumed with a love of clawhammer-style banjo playing and an interest in American folk music in the vein of Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, Pete Seeger, and other Depression-era performers. He soon chanced upon a like-minded musical compatriot in the form of guitarist Sean Geil, with whom Mike formed the band “The Tillers”.

The Tillers’ rise to prominence in the local and regional folk scene was a rapid one, bolstered by a stroke of good fortune in the summer of 2009, when The Tillers’ recording of Mike’s song “There is a Road (Route 50)” was featured on veteran NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw’s USA Network television documentary on the history and significance of US Route 50.

The Tillers maintained a relentless touring, performing, and recording schedule over the next three years, releasing three more albums, becoming a staple at folk festivals throughout the country, and sharing the stage with luminaries and heroes such as Doc Watson, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Iris DeMent, Jerry Douglas and many more.

In 2011, Mike released his first solo album, “Mike Oberst and His Five-String Banjo”, which featured collaborations with a number of Mike’s musician friends from Cincinnati and beyond.

Also that year, Mike was the driving force behind “To Sing with You Once More”, a benefit concert to raise money and awareness to fight multiple myeloma cancer, the disease which claimed both Mike’s mother Lori and one of his musical heroes,  Mike Seeger. The concert, which featured rare appearances by folk giants like John Cohen and Tracy Schwarz, was a rousing success.

Mike continues to play and tour, both solo and with The Tillers. He was recently bestowed with the Ohio Arts Council Traditional Arts Apprenticeship for clawhammer banjo in 2011-12, and again in 2013-14.  He also teaches clawhammer banjo lessons from his home to a number of students both locally and regionally.

Mike’s appreciation and gratitude to the tradition of Field Recording for its preservation of rapidly-disappearing musical styles and traditions has led him to attempt some of his own. In 2016 he produced and co-recorded an album of original music by North Carolina songwriter Jean Dowell.  He is currently in the early stages of recording and compiling the music of legendary Kentucky fiddler Tommy Taylor.

Mike is also interested in traditional American folk art, history and ways of life, and methods of sustainable city living. He enjoys gardening, farming, and raising chickens at his home.

 

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Check out more about Mike Here: https://www.mikeoberst.com

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