I can hardly believe that in only two months Dairy Goddess Farmstead Cheese will have it’s one year anniversary!
Dairy Goddesses Summer Is In Full Swing!
June 22, 2011 by dairygoddess
My daughter Tara, graduated from Fresno State University this past May. I was happy to bring her on as a full-time employee of Dairy Goddess Farmstead Cheese. She is doing a great job and we have been able to increase production and do a few more markets with the help of some “sales associates”. My cousin Cindy does two bay area markets. Sarah helps me in the Central Coast. Tim and Tara are rockin’ the valley.
Here is our summer schedule for the farmers markets that we so happily participate in.
Monday’s – Los Osos /Baywood (On Santa Maria between 2nd and 3rd St.) 2pm to 5pm. (Sarah)
Tuesday’s – Riverpark Fresno 5pm to 9pm (Tim)
Wednesday Arroyo Grande (Spencer’s Market) 830am to 11am (Sarah)
Pismo Beach (Pier) 3pm to 6pm (Sarah)
Thursday’s Morro Bay (Spencer’s parking lot) 230pm to 5pm (Me)
Hanford (Downtown) 530pm to 830pm (Tara)
Visalia (Downtown) 5pm to 8pm (Tim)
San Luis Obispo (Downtown) 610pm to 9pm (Me and often with the help of my wonderful husband)
Friday Cayucos (Pier parking) 10am to 12n (Me)
Cambria (Vets Center) 230p to 530p (Me)
Clovis (Old Town) 530p to 9p (Tim)
Saturday Visalia (Sears parking lot) 8am to 11am (Tara)
San Luis Obispo (Forever 21/Embassy Suits parking lot) 8am to 1030am (Sarah)
Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara St and Cota) 830am to 1pm (Me)
San Ramon (Near Whole Foods) 9am to 1pm (Cindy)
Morro Bay (Main St) 230pm to 6pm (Sarah)
Sunday- San Luis Obispo (Kennedy Fitness Center) 10am to 2pm (Sarah)
Walnut Creek (North Locust) 8am to 1pm (Cindy)
We also have our cheese at Whole Foods Fresno (off Shaw)
Mesa Produce (2036 Cliff Drive Santa Barbara)
Hanford Portuguese Bakery (Grangeville and 10th)
I am also working on a yogurt…a work in progress but looking forward to offering it to you all.
We have been busy with planting on the dairy and also the regular everyday chores. Dairy work is NEVER done!
With the heat it is a must that the cows have their soakers and misters working and in order so they can beat the heat.
Please come out and visit any of us at Farmer’s Market. We look forward to seeing you!