Community Harvest Festival
11:00 AM Sat, October 25

Held at the Monitor Barn on Rt. 2, this free annual event is a fundraiser for Richmond Elementary’s Farm to School program. Features local vendors, family activities, live music, delicious food, and silent auction. 11 am to 3 pm. RIchmond Farmers Market is a cosponsor.

Market News
This Friday 10/17 at the Market


Last market of the season! Stock up for winter! Use up those gift certificates! Special deals:

•Bee Happy Vermont: Buy a dozen jars of awesome local honey @$6.75 each (reg. price $8.50) – great for holiday gifts!

•Sunflower Soaps: 2 soaps for $9 (reg. price $5 each) – handmade soaps with all natural ingredients make great gifts too!

•Last Resort Farm: Special “$3 a bag” deals on 2# bags of certified organic onions, carrots, beets, green peppers, turnips, and broccoli florets. 5# bags of potatoes or sweet potatoes for $8. 20# bags of sweet potatoes, and red potatoes available for $25. Please pre-order those larger bags— 453-2847 Also, sweet corn (still!), fall raspberries & strawberries —call ahead for large orders for canning or freezing.

Dining options: Pie Empire (Australian meat pies); SamosaMan (samosas, curries); Maple Wind Farm (grilled burgers and sausages); Kadric’s (Eastern European cuisine). Hot cider, cocoa, and baked goods from the Richmond Elementary Four Winds Program.

Other produce this week: Garlic, garlic braids & wreaths, heirloom & other tomatoes, organic ginger, salad greens, arugula, cucumbers, fall greens, winter squash and root veggies. Also, sunflowers and flower bouquets and more.

Other groceries: honey; pasture-raised chicken, beef, pork, & eggs; maple syrup; wine (East Shore).

Crafts: Sunflower Soaps — also now selling medicinal plants, grown from seed by Lynne; Stoneware Design’s pottery; Bee Happy’s candles; Ewetopia’s Richmond-grown wool and woolen crafts; Worcesterbrook Studio’s jewelry.

All remaining Richmond Farmers Market T-Shirts & hats only $10!

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.

Community Booth

Non-profit organizations are welcome to conduct outreach and raise funds for community causes at our Community Booth. This week, Richmond Elementary School’s Four Winds nature program, selling hot cider, cocoa, and baked goods.

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