By: Sharon Aron Baron
Stop by the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market this Sunday where there will be music, fun and great food vendors.
Musician Jason Hanley returns playing rock, jazz and blues. Hanley, who has lived in Lake Worth, Florida for the past 12 years, was born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina where he began playing guitar at the age of 15. His style is rooted in jazz and blues, and his sound ranges from funk to outright rage. His compositions move live audiences to laugh, cry, and get mad when getting mad matters. Then there’s his dreamy, mellifluous side that just lets you relax into an easy groove.
“Music ain’t just about hearing with your ears,” Hanley explained. “Your whole body is a receptor. I compare it to a painter’s pallet. The more colors the painter has available, the more he or she can paint what’s deep down inside.” Whether playing solo or with his collective Sound Proof, Hanley adjusts his repertoire to suit the gig. His group gives their all, and audiences find relief from the humdrum repetitions of the daily grind. When not performing, he’s composing in his studio, or recording other artists.
Lawn chairs are suggested and residents can enjoy coffee from Beanwood Coffee and plenty of pastry items to enjoy for breakfast.
Crackerman Crackers were born out of love said owner Stefan Uch. “My wife loves bread, but she can’t eat yeast. I was looking for a substitute for her that was both delicious and healthy.”
By using ingredients of the best quality available they were finally able to manufacture a cracker, which is super thin, very tasty and healthy at the same time.
“We distributed them among our friends and the members of our extensive families, and they came back and asked for more,” he said.
Uch said that while everybody loved the crackers, some challenged his German pride and asked for that dense, grain loaded whole wheat bread with its spices they are famous for on the other side of the pond. So they started to manufacture breads, too, making more than a dozen varieties, all organic.
Organic Grown Direct:
Organic Grown Direct has some amazing Organic Produce they offer at the Coral Springs Farmers Market. Residents can also Order “fresh from the farm” and receive the finest locally grown organic produce delivered FREE to their home or office. “From The Farm” Directly To Your Door.
They provide 100 percent USDA Certified Organic Produce and guarantee their fruits and vegetables are safe from harmful pesticides – and there are no GMO’s allowed on their farm.
Bring your chairs and shopping bags and relax this Sunday morning, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Downtown ArtWalk.
March 26, 2017
April 2, 2017
April 30, 2017- Jazz Brunch
The ArtWalk is located at 9405 NW 31st Court in Coral Springs. For more information, visit the CoralSpringsFarmersMarket.com.
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