Tita and the Giant Mango

Sweet salad mix, teen arugula, arugula, teen spicy salad mix, spicy salad mix, bunched cooking greens, sweet potatoes, small bell peppers, Italian basil, Thai basil, garlic chives, papaya, pineapple, Mediterranean figs, zinnia flowers. 

From our partners: fresh goat cheese from Fiddlewood Farm, butterball mangoes and avocadoes from Tita and family, Nam doc Mai mangoes from Alex and fresh eggs from a neighboring farm!

Don’t miss the summer camp production of the musical play “James and the Giant Peach” this weekend only, based on the book by Roald Dahl, at the James C. Savage theater at the old Good Hope school campus. Show starts at 8 PM, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. It is a thrilling story including an orphan boy, magic, giant sharks, an 8 1/2 foot long earthworm who likes to dance salsa, a highly sarcastic centipede and other friends. Tickets available at the door. Our own Farmer Christina took 2 1/2 weeks off to work as the costume designer. “I always loved the book, and insects are an important part of farm life. And what could be better than a bunch of beautiful children getting up on stage to tell a story and make you laugh?” 

Come see this great family-friendly show and support the STARs Productions Summer Camp! Tickets are available at the door or online:  http://m.bpt.me/event/2581160 $10 for children, $15 for adults.

2 thoughts on “Tita and the Giant Mango

  1. OK — no picture of giant mango
    James and the Giant Peach pun
    Cute kids, Break-A-Leg! Kudos to Jan Hart for years of summer fun

    1. Well, Tita is a little camera shy but her giant mangoes will be available 🙂 Jan Hart does an incredible job with the kids and we are so lucky to have her!

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