Mad River Valley based singer/songwriter Bruce Jones plays a mix of original songs as well as traditional to contemporary folk songs covering artists from Tom Rush to Ray Lamontagne. For many years, he was a member of the popular acoustic group Full Moon Heart. Most recently Bruce was a member of the acoustic trio, 440Hz.
Five women on harp, hammered dulcimer, recorders, voices, guitar, and percussion.
A 5-piece Americana band with guitars, bass, mandolin, accordion, congas and drums, and harmonies featuring Richmond’s own Bill Myregaard.
Charlotte Reed, Britni Bigelow, Kathy Mulligan, and Nancy Geise — four women who hail from Jericho and Underhill — perform contemporary folk covers from the Wailin’ Jennys, Brandi Carlile, Nickel Creek and others.
Richmond Rescue will be on site. Come meet them, learn about what they do, and check out the interior of an ambulance.
Special this week: Richmond Farmers Market T-Shirts, only $10 (regularly $15)!
Produce this week: blueberries, raspberries, currants, salad greens, arugula, cucumbers, green beans, carrots, micro greens, shallots, onions, yellow squash, zucchini, fresh new garlic, potatoes, heirloom and other tomatoes, basil, mint, parsley, dill and other herbs, sweet & hot peppers, scallions, fennel, spinach, braising greens, kale (4 kinds!), beets, beet greens, chard, cabbage, broccoli, eggplant, shishito peppers, daikon radishes, shiitake mushrooms, sunflowers and more. Last Resort Farm is offering specials on cucumbers. Pre-orders for cukes as well as pickling beets & beans and canning tomatoes appreciated (453-2847). Maple Wind Farm is offering 10 lbs of slicing tomatoes for $30 if pre-ordered (email: Beth@MapleWindFarm.com)
Other groceries: 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: SamosaMan (samosas, curries); Maple Wind Farm (grilled burgers, hotdogs, and sausages); Kadric’s (Eastern European cuisine); Maple Tree Tea (iced teas and lemonade); Ewetopia’s homemade ice cream; and Knick-Knackatory’s shaved ice & cookies (including gluten-free options).
Crafts: wool (spun for knitting, carded for felting, and felted animals); cards and prints; pottery; candles; henna tattoos; journals; hair accessories.
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.