Byrd House Market News
From announcement: Byrd House Market: Tuesday May 22 Tour the Byrd House Farmlet with Matthew our Farmlet Project Coordinator, and learn more about the Allegheny Mountain School. Come by and enjoy the shady environs and some of the perks for shopping our fine, fine farmers and food producers… Byrd House Bash This Thursday, May 24 […]
Byrd House Market: Tuesday May 22
Tour the Byrd House Farmlet with Matthew our Farmlet Project Coordinator, and learn more about the Allegheny Mountain School. Come by and enjoy the shady environs and some of the perks for shopping our fine, fine farmers and food producers…
Byrd House Bash This Thursday, May 24
If you haven’t got your tickets yet, get them now! Sponsored by the Associate Board of Governors of William Byrd Community House. Enjoy a night of good old southern hospitality including a silent auction featuring gift packages from local vendors, food from local restaurants, bourbon tastings and live music. 6:30 – 9:30 pm at Historic Tredegar, 500 Tredegar Street. $30 ticket includes: open bar (beer/wine), bourbon tastings, food from local restaurants and a live band. Silent auctions and food donors include: Peter Blair, VMFA, Comfort, Riverside Outfiters, Juleps New Southern Cuisine, Bikram Yoga Richmond, Six Burner, Olio, and more! Purchase tickets at http://byrdhousebash.eventbrite.com/. All proceeds benefit William Byrd Community House.
Resource for all things grown in Virginia. www.virginiagrown.org
3 Weeks! 3 Winners!
Support your Byrd House Market. Our weekly raffle is generously sponsored by Byrd Farm & Rural Virginia Market. $1 ticket gets you a chance at a week’s share of goodies from Byrd Farm – value $33.83. Win this week, pick up your share next week. And we get to see your pretty face. Not too shabby!
Storytelling at the Market
Bring the kids, your inner kid, and enjoy the afternoon under the Mulberry Tree.
Our Wish List!
Every now and then we find we need to reach out and let you know we need your help! Our farmlet is in its 3rd year of growing and providing a learning space for the children and families served by William Byrd Community House. One of our goals is not only to make the community garden, farmlet and market look better, but to make each of them work better every year. This year you can help us keep that forward momentum going by
professional produce scale (value: $100-200) – to weigh the harvest so we know how much is grown and packaged for distribution through our food pantry to neighbors in need.
refrigerator (value: $100-300) – to store the harvest before distribution through our food pantry
market umbrellas (value: $35-50 each) – to shade you as you enjoy the fruits of your market day (7.5-8’ diameter, colors: rainbow, bright blue or yellow)
Visit us at byrdhousemarket.blogspot.com!
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