Byrd House Market, rain or shine
A message from the folks at the Byrd House Market: “Yikes, it looks like rain and thunderstorms on Tuesday. We will be here, rain or shine…if it is raining too hard, we will set up in our big blue gym on Linden Street.” We are getting into the rhythm of nature here at the […]
A message from the folks at the Byrd House Market: “Yikes, it looks like rain and thunderstorms on Tuesday. We will be here, rain or shine…if it is raining too hard, we will set up in our big blue gym on Linden Street.”
We are getting into the rhythm of nature here at the market. Our students look forward to our Tuesday market. We celebrate our seasons with the produce brought in by the vendors. If you take a moment and stroll through the Grace Arents Community Garden, you can actually see strawberries, onions, and greens growing. Paolo, our veteran child gardener, from last year pointed out his strawberries, and the mulberry tree laden with berries. I think it seems more abundant than last year. I keep thinking we should probably harvest the berries and make a Byrd House Market Mulberry Jam. Anyone have a good recipe?
Remember the new parking places, you can park on both sides of Idlewood – there are “no parking” signs, but these are reserved for you, our market shoppers. Also along the alley adjacent to the market; and across the street from the market next to the alley along the cemetery –Todd has generously given us permission to park there. The parking lot for WBCH is also available after 5:30.
Our Vendors this week are bringing:
Amy’s Garden: unfortunately Amy said she is planting seeds before the rain hits, so she will be back with us next week.
Betty Moore: roses and small bouquets
CCL: all natural, free range , no additives pasture raised pork, chicken and brown eggs. And a few handmade crafts.
Faith Farm: Anti-biotic Free Grass-Fed Beef, Pastured Pork Pastured Chicken. Goat Cheese, Amish Roll Butter, Farm Fresh Eggs, Local Honey, Farm Fresh Eggs. Fresh Squeezed Limeades
Bill Heath: Cauliflower, broccoli, June peas, radishes, cabbage, Herbs, vegetable and flower plants
Mike’s: Herb plants, curly endive, lettuce, spinach, arugula with onions and radishes
Perennial Pleasures Plant Pharm: Peonies, Baptista, snapdragons and mixed bouquets
Pleasant Fields Farm: perennials, annuals, hanging baskets, strawberries, onions, herbs
Pleitez Produce: Strawberries, asparagus and greens
Roxbury Nursery: perennials, annuals, herbs and hanging baskets
Rural Virginia Market: spinach, turnips, carrots, spring onions, sugar snap peas, lettuce, beets, pac choi, eggs, goat cheese and tea
Victory Farms: Lettuce, salad mix, kale, swiss chard, beets, turnips, radishes, kohlrabi, cabbage, escarole, beet greens
John Wise: Woody ornamental plants, perennials half hardy annuals and such
BAKED GOODS AND SNACKS
Back to Earth Foods: Vegetable soup, limeade, water, lemonade, carrot cake, and banana walnut bread
Bernie’s Baked Goods: Sweet potato rolls, cakes and pies
Bread for the People: whole wheat bread, multi-grain bread and plain bread, plain, garlic and Romano cheese baguettes, cinnamon brioche loaves, and chocolate cheese schneck
Espress-a-go-go & Relish: Smoothies and vegetarian prepared snacks
Koralee Coffee House: Indonesian Coffee Beans, Organic loose tea from China, hot and iced coffee, iced tea; bottled water; coke, and pre-packaged snacks
Simply Delicious: Cookies and world famous lemon pound cake, brownies, cookies and pies
Hanaan’s Essential Oils: Aromatherapy Sets, spring floral scents, exotic musk, essential balms
Wild Heaven Farm: Handmade goat soaps and skin care
Kizmet’s Klozet: Handcrafted jewelry, inspired from lyrical Romany Gypsy roots incorporating sterling and semi-precious stones
3:30-7 Waldorf School with Children’s booth (if it does not rain!)
4:30-4:50 Story Time in the Garden (if it does not rain!) with Jane Harrison
3:30 – 7 Non-Profit Booth come learn more about the Vegetarian Society
RAIN or SHINE
We are happy that you are making WBCH/BHM a weekly Tuesday tradition. Your support helps the vendors make a better-than-living wage and it helps WBCH develop better programs fro gardening, nutrition, and the environment for our students and community. We are all working for a healthier, greener and better Richmond for the future.
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