DreamPort Harvest Market to open downtown this weekend

Ozaukee Press staff

DreamPort Harvest Market will open at 223 N. Franklin St. in downtown Port Washington this weekend.

The market, operated by Ed and Peggy Callahan, owners of Dream Apple Farm, will offer organic items produced at farms throughout the area.

The couple operated the market as a pop-up venue last fall but decided to open it on a regular basis this spring.

This weekend, the market will feature certified organic pepper, tomato, flower and herb plants from Winterspring Farm in Newburg, honey from Honey Grove Apiaries in West Bend, maple syrup from Drewry Farms in Plymouth and white and chocolate milk from Two Guernsy Girls in Freedom — the milk is pasturized but the cream hasn’t been separated out, Ed Callahan said.

There will also be breads from Crumb and Sponge and bakery made with Dream Apple Farm fruit that was frozen once harvested.

Callahan said they had hoped to offer bouquets of flowers for Mother’s Day but this spring’s cold, wet weather hasn’t been conducive to growing.

That’s part of the market’s mission, to educate people as to the growing season and the fact that, unlike a grocery store, DreamPort Harvest Market won’t have produce available off-season, Callahan said.

“What we have to offer this weekend is limited, but we will get more stuff as the season goes on,” he said.

The market will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7. After this week, it will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays.



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