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Munson Farms Christmas Trees and Wreaths

Munson Farms Christmas Trees and Wreaths

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We take you back to Munson Farms for a quick look at their large selection of locally grown Christmas Trees and Wreaths.

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Munson Farms Pumpkin Patch

Munson Farms Pumpkin Patch

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As is gets closer to Halloween, Munson Farms has a pumpkin patch ready for the season along with many other gourds and all their other locally grown vegetables at their farm stand off 75th and Arapahoe in Boulder.

Find more news and videos from Munson Farms Here

Snarf's Love at First Bite

Snarf’s Love at First Bite

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Snarf's Love at First Bite

Snarf’s has 3 Sandwich shops in Boulder and have been voted best sandwich in town since 1997. Offering Delivery and Catering for any occasion. Find out more on our Snarf’s Sub Shop page here or visit their website at eatsnarfs.com

Eldorado Natural Spring Water

Eldorado Natural Spring Water

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The purest waters in the world come from the most protected sources, which explains why Eldorado Natural Spring Water has been judged one of the best-tasting waters in the world.

Eldorado Natural Spring Water1783 Dogwood Street
Louisville, CO 80027
(303) 499-1316
info@eldoradosprings.com

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Snarf’s Sub Shop

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Snarf’s Sub shop now has 7 locations in the Boulder County area and is constantly topping the list of Sandwich Shops in and around the town. Chelsea R. “We wondered into Snarf’s this afternoon, starving from running around all day with little time to grab anything. My boyfriend ordered the Italian & I ordered the pastrami…. in a word: amazing. The bread is good quality & perfectly toasted. The ingredients are fresh & we were able to get in and out of there in under 10 minutes. Definitely lives up to their reputation. It was a tad expensive for a sandwich shop but worth it.” That’s it. Snarfs is just the coolest sandwich shop.

Snarf's Sub Shop


Website: http://www.eatsnarfs.com/
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2016 Awards
Best of Boulder, Best Sandwich, Boulder Weekly
Best of Boulder, Best Delivery, Boulder Weekly
Readers Choice, Best Sandwich, Yellow Scene Magazine
Readers Choice, Best Colorado Based Chain, Yellow Scene Magazine
Readers Choice, Best Cheap Eats, Yellow Scene Magazine
Readers Choice, Best Sandwich, Westword
CU and Boulder’s Best, Best Deli/Sandwich Shop, Colorado Daily

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Locations

  • Downtown Boulder
    2128 Pearl St.
    Boulder, CO 80302

    Phone: (303) 444-7766
    Fax: (303) 444-7754

    Mon – Sat: 11am-10pm
    Sun: 11am-9pm
    Map & Reviews

  • East Boulder
    5340 Arapahoe Ave.
    Boulder, CO 80303

    Phone: (303) 444-3404
    Fax: (303) 444-3484

    Mon – Sat: 11am-10pm
    Sun: 11am-9pm
    Map & Reviews

  • Table Mesa Shopping Center
    637 S. Broadway Street, Suite A
    Boulder, CO 80305

    Phone: (303) 444-7714
    Fax: (303) 444-7719

    Mon – Sat: 11am-10pm
    Sun: 11am-9pm
    Map & Reviews

  • Snarfburger
    2000 Arapahoe Ave.
    Boulder, CO

    Phone: (303) 444-7711

    Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm
    Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm
    Map & Reviews

 
  • Gunbarrel
    6562 Lookout Road
    Boulder, CO 80301

    Phone: (720) 622-0107
    Fax: (720) 622-0108

    Daily: 11am-9pm

    Map & Reviews

  • Longmont – Ken Pratt
    645 Ken Pratt Blvd.
    Longmont, CO 80501

    Phone: (303) 774-1441
    Fax: (303) 774-1551

    Mon – Sat: 11am-8pm
    Sun: 11am-6pm
    Map & Reviews

  • Longmont – Mountainview
    2130 Mountain View Ave.
    Longmont, CO 80501

    Phone: (303) 702-1111
    Fax: (303) 702-4444

    Mon – Sat: 11am-8pm
    Sun: 11am-6pm
    Map & Reviews

 

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Snarf's Love at First Bite

Snarf's Love at First Bite

Snarf's has 3 Sandwich shops in Boulder and have been voted best sandwich in town since 1997. Offering Delivery and Catering for any occasion. Find out more on our Snarf's Sub Shop page here http://c1n.tv/boulderchannel1/snarfs-sub-shop/ or visit their website at http://www.eatsnarfs.com/[READ|SHARE]
Snarf's Sub Shop

Snarf's Sub Shop

Snarf’s Sub shop now has 4 locations in the Boulder County area and is constantly topping the list of Sandwich Shops in and around the town.[READ|SHARE]
Snarfburger - Best in Boulder

Snarfburger - Best in Boulder

Jann Scott heads to Snarfburger the all new expansion burger joint from Snarf Sub Shops, and we talk with their peeps about all their food and how it’s starting to become a hit here in Boulder as well as in Lafayette and now even Chicago! Plus don’t miss their burger of the month and on those hot summer nights grab yourself some tasty cold desserts![READ|SHARE]
Snarfburger

Snarfburger

Snarfburger is a new expansion restaurant from the owners of Snarf's Sub Shop, started in Boulder this new hamburger stand offers some tasty food from Burgers, hotdogs, grilled bologna, sandwiches, fries, onion rings and frozen custard. You gotta try this place. Now in Boulder and Lafayette Colorado and even Chicago Illinois![READ|SHARE]
Snarf's Sub Shop - Advertisement

Snarf's Sub Shop - Advertisement

An advertisement for Snarf’s sandwich restaurants in Boulder.[READ|SHARE]
Snarf's Sub Shop - Best of Boulder

Snarf's Sub Shop - Best of Boulder

The Boulder Restaurant Show learns about Snarf’s Sub Shop in East Boulder from manager Quincy who displays some great subs which helped Snarf’s win the award as the Best Sandwich in Boulder. We also get a peek at some of the other food they serve in the restaurant and some info on the other Snarf’s shops located around the city and further.[READ|SHARE]
Coffee Boulder? what is your favorite? Why? Winner gets 10 bucks at Snarfs
A $9.00 hot dog at Mustards last Stand ?? Ouch there are better deals

A $9.00 hot dog at Mustards last Stand ?? Ouch there are better deals

We stopped at Mustard's Last Stand yesterday for lunch and ordered the Jumbo Hot dog with everything, a small fries and a small ginger ale. $9.00 smackeroos! The hot dog was supposed to be Chicago style, but it was grilled and small. It wasn't worth $5.00 bucks. The fries were okay and the $1.75 small drink was small, loaded with ice and no refills. Compared to Jalino's small drink for $1.50 with refills, Mustards was half the size. C'mon! Also, the place was dirty.... a pet peeve of ours. We like little dives like Mustards to[READ|SHARE]
Snarf's Sub Shop Pearl Street Diner

Snarf's Sub Shop Pearl Street Diner

Jann Scott Tonite visits with Jimmy Snarf from Snarf's Sub Shop at it's original Pearl Street location in Boulder, we check out their new restaurant design and their great sandwich offerings.[READ|SHARE]

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Munson Farms Stand

Munson Farms Stand

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Munson Farms is Open in the late summer with lots of great corn, squash, tomatoes, peaches, green peppers, potatoes, green beens and many more at the most popular place to buy locally grown vegetables.

Find more news and videos from Munson Farms Here

Munson Farms in Boulder

Munson Farms

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Munson Farms specializes in sweet corn in the summer, and squash in the fall. But you can also pick up some tomatoes and basil for a caprese salad, bell peppers, onions, potatoes, and lots of other items.

Munson Farms in Boulder

7355 Valmont Rd.
Boulder, CO 80301
(303) 442-5330

Open Daily, 9-6:30 July Thru November.

Email: munsonfarms@comcast.net
Website: http://www.munsonfarms.com/
Map & Reviews

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Munson Farms News

Munson Farms Christmas Trees and Wreaths

Munson Farms Christmas Trees and Wreaths

We take you back to Munson Farms for a quick look at their large selection of locally grown Christmas Trees and Wreaths.[READ|SHARE]
Munson Farms Pumpkin Patch

Munson Farms Pumpkin Patch

As is gets closer to Halloween, Munson Farms has a pumpkin patch ready for the season along with many other gourds and all their other locally grown vegetables at their farm stand off 75th and Arapahoe in Boulder.[READ|SHARE]
Munson Farms Stand

Munson Farms Stand

Munson Farms is Open in the late summer with lots of great corn, squash, tomatoes, peaches, green peppers, potatoes, green beens and many more at the most popular place to buy locally grown vegetables.[READ|SHARE]
Munson Farms

Munson Farms

Munson Farms specializes in sweet corn in the summer, and squash in the fall. But you can also pick up some tomatoes and basil for a caprese salad, bell peppers, onions, potatoes, and lots of other items.[READ|SHARE]
Bob Munson and Sally Haines pass

Bob Munson and Sally Haines pass

We have recently lost two wonderful people dear to our community and vital to Boulder County Farmers Markets. Friends have compiled several thoughts to share about Bob Munson, founder of Munson Farms in Boulder, and Sally Haines, former vendor, staff member and Board member of Boulder County Farmers Markets. Thank you, Bob and Sally, for all that you have done for, through and far beyond the market. You are missed.[READ|SHARE]
Munson Farms, Boulder

Munson Farms, Boulder

We learn from the Michael Munson all about the Munson farms in Boulder and go out to the fields where we get a hands on look at the products they grow right here in Boulder, we also learn about the special events they host during the holiday seasons and how they give back to the community.[READ|SHARE]

Munson Farms News

Harvest of Hope Pantry

Harvest of Hope Pantry

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Harvest of Hope Pantry in Boulder combines the rich traditions of two Boulder, Colorado Catholic churches, the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Center and Sacred Heart of Jesus and their food banks that have served the single poor and families for more 40 years. The Benedictines, a Roman Catholic religious order of monks and nuns, opened the St. Thomas Aquinas Food Bank in 1970, serving the poor from the back porch of the church’s pastoral center. The Sacred Heart of Jesus Food Box Program was founded in 1983 by a dedicated group of parishioners, who prepared boxes of food for needy Boulder households. In 2012, these two Catholic churches combined their programs to form Harvest of Hope Pantry to expand their food bank and hospitality ministries, and to serve the ongoing needs of Boulder’s poor.

The pantry is located 100 yards west of 30th Street on the south side of Valmont Road in a small shopping center next door to the Mexican restaurant Rancho Grande. The closest bus stop is at the corner of 30th Street and Valmont Road.

Harvest of Hope Pantry
2960 Valmont Road
Boulder, CO 80301

(720) 382-1971

Website: http://hopepantry.org/
Map & Reviews

E-Mail: barbara@hopepantry.org

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Bob Munson and Sally Haines pass

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by Boulder County Farmers Market
We have recently lost two wonderful people dear to our community and vital to Boulder County Farmers Markets. Friends have compiled several thoughts to share about Bob Munson, founder of Munson Farms in Boulder, and Sally Haines, former vendor, staff member and Board member of Boulder County Farmers Markets. Thank you, Bob and Sally, for all that you have done for, through and far beyond the market. You are missed. 


In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Boulder Humane Society in Sally Haines’ honor and to The Robert E. Munson U of I Scholarship Fund in honor of Bob Munson.

Munson Farms at the first season of the Boulder Farmers Market in 1987 c/o Boulder Public Library

Bob Munson 

“I learned from him that, simply put, and especially from the farming background, if I don’t do it, it probably won’t get done. He wanted to make sure things always got done…We always said he had a 5-9 job and a 9-5 job. He just had a strong drive for the things life had to offer, whether it was getting up at the crack of dawn to go duck hunting or picking sweet corn in the morning and then going to enjoy his engineering career — he found it all very rewarding…He was go, go, go.” –Chris Munson

 “Lyle and I have been fortunate to know the Munson family for more than three decades. Marcy and Bob were among the very first Boulder County local farmers, and they pre-date selling local corn, squash and salad greens before Boulder County Farmers Market (BCFM) was founded. They helped to found BCFM. He raised a family with two tall sons and his strong wife Marcy keeping the farm thriving. Grandchildren work the farm stands each week. His legacy is as sweet and beloved as his legendary corn.” -Sylvia Tawse, Pastures of Plenty Farm and Fresh Ideas Group

“He is someone who inspired me when we bought the farm to go beyond home gardening, and become a local farmer myself. Bob lived a rich and fulfilled life. He lived it on his own terms. I’ll miss him tremendously.” Lyle Davis, Pastures of Plenty Farm

“Bob and his family were my neighbors at 75th and Valmont across from what is now Cure Organic farm, my parents place, since the early 1970′s. Bob first rented and then bought the Dutch Waneka farm on 75th street to grow more sweet corn and also pumpkins. As their business grew, they rented more land along 75th from other families. Both Bob and Marcy were extremely supportive when my mother passed away in 1992 and Bob would pick up my dad on Sunday mornings in the summer and they would drive around looking at the crops growing in the area, then stopping for breakfast before coming back in mid morning.  When my dad passed in 1997, Bob wrote a very touching note telling how much he enjoyed spending time with my dad.” –Farmer John Ellis

“For years, he would rise before dawn to work the fields of Munson Farms at 75th Street and Valmont Road just east of the city limits, where his sweet corn, pumpkins and squash quickly earned a stellar reputation among restaurateurs, food banks and the farmers’ market community. When the sun came up, he’d throw on a suit and head into what is now known as Ball Aerospace, where he opened the company’s antenna group, and later spearheaded one of the notable innovations in the history of miniature electronics. “From cellphones to modern televisions to WiFi,” said Munson protege Farzin Lalezari, co-founder Boulder’s First RF Corporation. “If you go back and follow the roots of all that, you run into Bob Munson at the very beginning.” –Alex Burness, Daily Camera article 

Click here to view Bob Munson’s obituary 


Sally Haines

“Sally was a long-time member of the market and served on the Board for several years, including being president for a couple years. Sally was instrumental in reorganizing the Colorado Farmers Market Association and talking to the right people in the state and federal government to get SNAP benefits, then known as Food Stamps, available at Farmers Markets throughout Colorado. For part of one season, she served as both the President and Market Manager/ED. When her cancer came back, she had to step away from the market and take care of her health, but even then she was available to give us great advice. Sally sold tinchers she had made using plants she grew and gathered in the west. She and her husband, Tom Levy built an off-the-grid home near Ribera, NM, where she passed away on Aug 30th. Sally was a loving person who, no matter what happened, had a positive outlook towards everyone and everything. Those of usat the BCFM fortunate enough to know her will remember her fondly.” –Farmer John Ellis

“Sally was a flower child in the 70′s, learning how to live on the land, raising goats, geese and chickens and growing all manner of things. Her love of animals led her to a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and DVM at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins. Boulder, CO became home to Sally and her long-time husband, partner and best friend of thirty-five years, Tom Levy. Sally’s talents for discovery and science led her through a very eclectic career path from a mobile veterinary practice and Boulder Spay and Neuter Clinic to becoming an herbalist and finally to heading Boulder’s Farmers Market and Colorado State Organization for Farmers Markets. Sally was an adventurer around the globe and had many raft trips through the Grand Canyon. She approached every day with intention and integrity, becoming an expert at the countless vocations and avocations she loved.” –Daily Camera

“Sally Haines first joined what is now the Boulder County Farmers’ Markets in its early years as a seller of medicinal herbs that she wildcrafted. In the years that followed, she became a board member, the president of the board, and finally, the market manager. In this interview she explores many of the seminal changes that made the market what it is today, including offering new products (such as meats, cheeses, and prepared foods), moving the Wednesdaymarket to the late afternoon and evening, opening the beer and wine garden at theWednesday market, and joining of the Boulder and Longmont farmers’ markets. She also talks about the economics of running the market and some of the governance issues that have been part of the Boulder market’s growth.” -Interview of Sally Haines with Ulla Merz for the Boulder Public Library

Subway On the Go App Now Available For the UMC

Food: Boulder Subway “On the Go” App For UMC CU Buffs

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Visit the UMC Subway at C.U. in Boulder and Skip the Line with the Subway On the Go App. Download the App, Make your sandwich and it’ll be ready for you to pick up without having to wait. Just jump over to the separate counter where your food will be ready. Pay with a credit card or pre-loaded Subway Card all right on your mobile device.

Watch more of our videos from Subway at the UMC and Bas-Mar in Boulder here

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