Richmond Farmers Market

Fresh, local foods and products plus fun entertainment – good for you, good for the community, good for the environment.

Friday, September 8 at the market!

Greetings Neighbors,

The Richmond Farmers Market is open from 3:00pm-7:00pm this Friday on Volunteers Green in Richmond. It should be a lot of fun with live music music from Lyon’s Disciple: playing roots music befitting a Vermont setting. Rock, Reggae, Country, Blues, Jazz; enjoy at your leisure. We’ll also have face painting for kids and kids at heart presented by REAP Construction. Plus fresh local food, and amazing crafts from local artisans!

We’re happy to feature local meat, fresh produce, talented artisans, incredible baked goods, sweet syrups, honey, jams, and delicious drinks for everyone to enjoy.

KIDS & COPS DAY!

The Richmond Police Department, the Richmond Fire Department and Richmond Rescue will again host Kids and Cops Day at the Richmond Farmers’ Market on Volunteers Green. Meet area police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical technicians. Senior Patrol Officer Brett Lindemuth from the Police Department is looking forward to meeting kids of all ages, answering questions and showing you the cruiser. Harland Stockwell from the Fire Department will let you climb aboard a fire truck and local EMTs will guide you on a tour of the ambulance. At 5:00 there will be a K-9 unit demonstration on the field. Come and meet Senior Trooper, Brittany Barone and her K-9 partner. Experience the skills of a highly trained team.

SunCommon will have a booth highlighting solar energy for homes and businesses, weather permitting they will have a solar power Bounce House as well!

LOCAL MEAT & CHEESE

  • Fullem Farm will be offering local, pasture raised pork.
  • Moultrop Farm has grass-fed local beef & raspberry jam.
  • Rolling Meadows Farm is bringing grass fed steaks, roasts, and more.

FRESH PRODUCE

  • The Last Resort Farm has certified organic sweet corn, apples, pears, elderberries, garlic, onions, tomatoes, ginger, and more.
  • Home Farm is featuring carrots, onions, cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini, red potatoes, Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette, apple cider, green peppers & corn.
  • Old Road Farm will be bringing greens, arugula, radishes, squash, spicy kimchi and more.
  • Lalumiere Farm has tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, greens, broccoli, cabbage, and fresh made salads, salsa & more.
  • Stone Beach Farm has tomatoes, cucumbers, collards, cut flowers, herbs, potatoes and more.
  • Earth Soothers has responsibly and locally foraged (ground) chaga.

PREPARED FOOD READY TO EAT

  • Goog’s is baking handmade pizza with local meats and veggies on the spot.
  • Kadrics is serving hot burkes, baklava, veggie rolls and stuffed cabbage.
  • Hestoll Icelandics is bringing their home made local meat balls and delicious bagels.
  • Pie Empire has handmade meat pies: veggie curry, steak & ale, buffalo chicken & more.

SWEETS

  • Maria’s Maple Goodies has fresh-baked maple sandwich cookies, maple cinnamon raisin sticky buns and more.
  • Good Companion Bakery has hearty breads, sweet treats, and breakfast pastries.
  • Bee Happy has honey and comb honey.
  • Walker’s Maple Syrup offers maple syrup, maple candy and maple bourbon syrup.
  • Parker Family Farm is bringing homemade fudge: chocolate, maple, peanut butter and more.
  • Yellow Daisy Bakery has pies, cookies, & more.

CANNED GOODS

  • Earth Soothers has small-batch elderberry wellness syrups, perfect for the pantry.

CRAFTS & SERVICES

  • Oak Knoll Apothecary & Jewelry has handmade jewelry, organic body products, and aromatherapy products.
  • HB Laser Engraving laser engraved wooden jewelry, decorations, and more.
  • Bee Happy has beeswax candles.
  • Soren Oren’s will be selling Richmond T-shirts.

BEVERAGES

  • Bee Happy has tasty honey lemonade, shaken on the spot.
  • Earth Soothers is serving up hot chagalate and hot herbal ginger mint tea.
  • The One Coffee Company will have iced coffee, pour over, bags of roasted beans.
  • Stonecutter Spirits has bottles and samples of their gin and whiskey.

COMMUNITY & YOUTH BOOTHS

  • KIDS & COPS DAY! – The Richmond Police Department, the Richmond Fire Department and Richmond Rescue will again host Kids and Cops Day at the Richmond Farmers’ Market on Volunteers Green. Meet area police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical technicians. Senior Patrol Officer Brett Lindemuth from the Police Department is looking forward to meeting kids of all ages, answering questions and showing you the cruiser. Harland Stockwell from the Fire Department will let you climb aboard a fire truck and local EMTs will guide you on a tour of the ambulance. At 5:00 there will be a K-9 unit demonstration on the field. Come and meet Senior Trooper, Brittany Barone and her K-9 partner. Experience the skills of a highly trained team.
  • SunCommon will have a booth highlighting solar energy for homes and businesses, weather permitting they will have a solar power Bounce House as well!

Please remember that parking for the Farmers Market is not permitted in the privately-owned portion of the lot. If you can bike or walk to the market, that’s great, if not please find additional parking in the back parking lot behind the baseball fields and the town offices parking lot up the street. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

We’ll see you at the market RAIN OR SHINE!

The Richmond Farmers Market has a website with photos of what you’ll find at the Market. Check it out at http://richmondfarmersmarketvt.org

The Richmond Farmers Market is open from 3:00pm-7:00pm this Friday on Volunteers Green in Richmond. Come and meet your Local Growers and Buy Local. Don’t forget, the Richmond Farmers Market accepts EBT, Debit, and Credit cards. For our EBT customers, we can double up to $10 per market day of EBT buying power with coupons!

See you Friday!

Jake – RFM Manager

Updated: September 6, 2017 — 10:38 pm
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