Summer Sun, Storytelling, and a Steady Stream of Shoppers

July 11, 2014    For a growing number of people shopping at the Charlestown Farmers’ Market on Friday mornings in summer is  a bit of the rhythm of life.  People count on the fresh vegetables, flowers and fruits from Burnside Acres…4 family business and Paradise Hill……….4 Here at Paradise Hill

This year we have been joined by Lucky Foot Farm as well.  Lucky us!4 Lucky Foot Ranch

For those interested in other items that are both healthful and helpful, our 2014 market is pleased to feature personal care and cosmetic items from Ava Anderson.  All products are produced according to stringent guidelines yielding high quality, non toxic results and consistent customer satisfaction.

4 samplings from Ava A

As they made their way among the vendors, shoppers at the July 11th market enjoyed the music of Chris Fee.

4 Music with Chris Fee

Last Friday’s special event captivated an audience with the storytelling and music of Loren Spears, local Narragansett Tribal Councilwoman and Director of the Tomaquag Museum.

4 storytelling Loren 24 story telling audience

This coming Friday, July 18th, the Market will feature the music of the renowned local musician, Jon Campbell.  The RI Beekeepers will be back with honey and beekeeping lore along with the Colors for a Cause Gold Firetruck so bring the kids and your shopping bags!

One more thing…It’s Blueberry Season!  Jerry’s Berries, those local blueberries that sell our every week, will be available….so come early!



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