Good Harvest Market and the Harvest Cafe will be open on Labor Day from 10am-6pm.
This fall, we look forward to presenting a talented group of local alternative health care professionals and health & fitness groups who are passionate about educating local community members on how their services can help people live healthier lives. Since the focus of this event is on education and services, each booth will offer an interactive component such as a demonstration, a one-on-one mini consult or a personal evaluation. The event will also feature a cookout made with organic ingredients, samples from some of our health conscious local vendors and some children's activities hosted by Prairie Hill Waldorf School. Check back later for more information about practitioners who will be participating in the fair! The health fair will take place at Good Harvest Market's new location: 2205 Silvernail Road, Pewaukee (1/4 mile west of Hwy T/Grandview).
Join us for our annual Non-GMO Project 5&5 Day. Save 5% on all purchases, all day!. In addition we will also donate 5% of total purchases to the Non-GMO Project. The Non-GMO Project works in several different capacities to ensure the availability of non-GMO products and to help support informed choice. They also work to educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health and food systems. Save on groceries and help support the consumer's right to an informed choice about what's in their food!
Come back again for future details!
Stop in to Good Harvest and learn about healthy, delicious cooking presented by NuGenesis Farms.
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Tick Bite Prevention
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