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Come celebrate the beginning of Richmond’s Farmers Market Season & Cinco De Mayo with us!
Pet some baby goats from Huguenot Hundred Acres
Cinco De Mayo Drinks & Nibbles – We’ll have ice-cold coronas with limes & an assortment of Virginia wines. Snack on some zesty Texas Caviar from the Alamo BBQ & some Latin-infused tasty treats from Hispania Bakery (Old World with a New World Twist, opening soon!). Both businesses are located right here in Union Hill.
Lamplighter Roasting Co. will have freshly made coffee & tea drinks and coffee beans for sale.
Mexican hand-made embroidered shirts for sale, brought back from Mexico by Amy Hicks of Amy’s Garden.
Music from Evrim Dogu of Sub Rosa Breadwill be singing and playing some music. Chris Hale with Scattered, Smothered & Covered (and owner of BioForm Landscape Architecture hopes to join him towards the end of the evening.
Tricycle Gardens Farm Products for Sale This Week:
Veggies to Eat:
- Strawberries (only a few, so get there early!)
- Swiss Chard
Veggie & Flower Seedlings to Plant – Last of Spring veggies, Lots of Summer Veggies including Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant, Basil & More
Sustainability Products for Sale – Rain Barrels, Worm Bins, Worm Castings, Worm Leachate
- Lamplighter Roasting Co. will have freshly made coffee & tea drinks and coffee beans for sale.
- Huguenot Hundred Acres will have goat’s milk for its shareholders plus goats milk soap and chicken eggs for sale
Looking for Farm Stand Volunteers – Want to meet lots of interesting folks and help sell our fresh produce?! Anyone interested in helping long term, or even for a few farm stands during the season, please let us know! Email Stacey Moulds for more info.