Events
Out of the Blue
5:00 PM Fri, July 25

Out of the Blue, an innovative, bluesy-folksy trio performing mostly original works plus a few covers. The trio consists of local residents Richard Salzman on guitar, Joanne Ranney on bodhran, and Carl Lorentson on bass.

Also note: More great, live music at the Round Church at 7: Jon Gailmor. “Songs for folks prenatal through prehistoric” in a beautiful setting with great acoustics. Suggested donation $5, kids free. Walk across the bridge and catch it right after the market.


Patrick Fitzsimmons
5:00 PM Fri, August 01

Patrick Fitzsimmons is a first-rate singer/songwriter in the folk-rock tradition who lives in New Haven, Vermont. He’s a talented poet and a captivating, soulful performer.


Marge & John Butterfield
5:00 PM Fri, August 08

John & Marge Butterfield, out of Williston, delight audiences with their repertoire of folk, blues, and musical theater favorites. Sponsored by the Law Office of David Sunshine, Esq.


Market News
This Friday 7/25 at the Market

Forecast: Sunny, high 70s.

Produce this week: blueberries, raspberries, currants, gooseberries, shelling and snap peas, string beans, salad greens, cucumbers, carrots, micro greens, radishes, yellow squash, zucchini, garlic, new potatoes, tomatoes, basil, mint, parsley, and other herbs, specialty peppers, scallions, fennel, pea shoots, garlic scapes, spinach, braising greens, kale (4 kinds!), beets, beet greens, chard, cabbage, broccoli, eggplant, shiitake mushrooms and more.

Other groceries: quail & quail eggs (new vendor!); goat cheese; pasture-raised chicken, beef, pork, & eggs; pesto; chocolate truffles; maple syrup; honey; bread; muffins, cookies; maple candies; wine (Huntington River Vineyard).

Dining options: Maple Wind Farm (grilled burgers, hotdogs, and sausages); Kadric’s (Eastern European cuisine); Ewetopia’s homemade ice cream; Maple Tree Tea (iced teas and lemonade); and Knick-Knackatory’s shaved ice & cookies (including gluten-free options).

Crafts: cards and prints; candles; pottery; jewelry; soaps and lotions; henna tattoos; jounals; hair accessories.

Parking: Arrive on foot or by bicycle, or park in the Volunteer’s Green side of the lot, or the Town Center or Rec field lots. Please leave parking spaces in front of On the Rise for bakery patrons.Public restroom facilities are by the rec fields.

See you at the market!

Youth Booth

On the second Friday of each month we set aside a booth for youth with an entrepreneurial flair to sell items that they have either made, baked or grown. Contact RFMmanager@gmail.com if you’d like to reserve a youth spot.

Community Booth

Non-profit organizations are welcome to conduct outreach and raise funds for community causes at our Community Booth. This week, MMC-TV, our local public access television station, will be on hand to discuss how you can both benefit from and get involved in their work serving the communities of Richmond, Jericho, and Underhill.

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