Traditional Irish music. Sponsored by Richmond Market and Beverage.
Longford Row performs Celtic and New England folk music. The well-loved local band features Gerry Feenan and Marshall Paulsen of Richmond; Patrick McKenzie and Ed Sutton of Burlington; and Matt Bean of Georgia. Sponsored by Vermont Energy Contracting & Supply – a local heating, plumbing, and air conditioning installations & service company co-owned by banjo player Marshall Paulsen.
Produce this week: Harvest season continues! Red and gold raspberries, strawberries, watermelon, cantaloupe, organic ginger, garlic, garlic braids & wreaths, sweet corn, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, onions, salad greens, arugula, cucumbers, green beans, shallots, delicata squash, potatoes, mint, parsley, dill and other herbs, sweet & hot peppers (many varieties!), scallions, tomatillos, spinach, braising greens, kale, chard, cabbage, broccoli, eggplant, shishito peppers, shiitake mushrooms, relish & pickles, sunflowers and flower bouquets and more. Last Resort is offering organic sweet corn for $5/dozen – order ahead if possible: email@example.com
Other groceries: honey, granola, goat cheese; pasture-raised chicken, beef, pork, & eggs; pesto; chocolate truffles; maple syrup; maple candies; wine (East Shore Vineyard).
Dining Options: SamosaMan (samosas, curries); Maple Wind Farm (grilled burgers, hotdogs, and sausages); Kadric’s (Eastern European cuisine); Maple Tree Tea (iced teas and lemonade).
Crafts: Sunflower Soaps; Ewetopia’s Richmond-grown wool and woolen crafts; Jean Kerr-Lewis’s cards and prints; Warren Dixon’s pottery and Stoneware Designs pottery; Bee Happy’s candles.
Richmond Farmers Market T-Shirts, hats $10, T-shirts $15 (XL size only $10!).
Park in the Volunteer’s Green side of the lot, or the Town Center or Rec field lots. Better yet, arrive by bicycle or on foot! 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!
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.
Non-profit organizations are welcome to conduct outreach and raise funds for community causes at our Community Booth. This week, SASH, Support And Services at Home, will be on site to talk about the free services they provide to assist elderly and other vulnerable Vermonters in accessing the care they need while continuing to live in their own residences.