Scroll to the bottom of the page for the next event’s menu – at the Missoula Valley Winter Market March 14
March at Big Sky Herbs
Irish Celtic & International Women’s Month
It’s a lucky time of year with a couple of holidays to honor a rich traditional heritage. International Women’s day is Mar. 8th, in honor of Women’s Suffrage first in Russia in 1911. St. Patrick’s day, is in honor of the patron saint of Ireland. Well, maybe it doesn’t look like spring outside here in a lot of Montana today. But it might tomorrow! Visions of Celtic gardens come to mind where wise women listen to Mother Nature, spreading health and wellness everywhere. But for now, life will be emerging soon in little pots indoors everywhere. For more on women’s herbs: https://bigskyherbs.wordpress.com/2019/03/07/herbs-for-women-mostly-2/ and for Celtic traditions: https://bigskyherbs.wordpress.com/2018/03/15/celtic-herbs-lucky-or-just-smart/
Spread the herb,
We will be out there…
Missoula Valley Winter Market every other Saturday 9-1 (click link for map) unreserved
March 14– Celebrating the Irish Celtic Herbs and Women’s Rights
March 29– Celebrating early spring
At the Crafting room
Important Notice: the online store has changed due to Cottage Food law, we’re supporting local now…
Our online hours are the Crafting Room hours (at the U pick home) :
Mon. –6-8 pm, deliveries-12-4 pm Tues. –9-11 am, deliveries-12-5
Wed. –9-11 am, deliveries-12-5 Thur. –9-11 am, deliveries-12-5
Fri. – closed, Sat/Sun –12 -5 pm*, deliveries 10-12 noon
*Sat/Sun hours are dependent on weekend fairs, shows and markets
*The crafting room is only open Saturdays when we’re not doing fairs or Saturday markets. Call ahead mornings.
20% off all Wellness Teas In the Raw when you come out!
Here’s a printable brochure you can have in hand while shopping-page 2 has most products–
For Volunteering Learning afternoons, check out the Internship and Volunteering page or just email or call us.
March 14th Market Menu
Sampling : Women’s Equality Blend & Don’t Worry Be Happy Tea
Get prints on “bright” celtic herb meanings and history
Other featured products with women’s rights and the Irish in mind…