RAIN OR SHINE, WE’LL BE OPEN; IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO MAKE A MARKET
Whatever the weather, our vendors will be under the tulip trees (and tents) at Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet again this Saturday.
This week, we’ll be joined by Terry’s Tasty Treasures. Terry produces jams and salsas from her garden in Scituate. For those of you who sampled her wares at our Wintertime Market, you’ll be glad to know that Terry will be offering tastes of her delicious pepper jams. She will be coming on the 2nd Saturday of every month for the rest of the season, and the Market Table will carry her products those weeks when she’s not here herself. To learn more, check her website.
This Saturday also welcomes back the Presto Strange O Coffee Truck. Come down and get a wonderful caffeinated (or not) concoction from Jay and Jessica (and baby Juliet). They also have fair trade, locally-roasted bagged coffee to take home for your morning cup the rest of the week.
Plants, fish, baked goods, produce, eggs, meat, cheese, butter, peanut butter and nuts: all will be there as well.
And thanks to the Pawtuxet Village Association for its continuing support of the market in the latest issue of the Bridge, along with the River Rag (newsletter of the Friends of the Pawtuxet River); the promotion of the market to readers of these publications is invaluable. With Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet, the Friends of Pawtuxet Village, the Edgewood Garden Club and all the other community groups and local businesses who coordinate with the market, the village proves once again that it is an extraordinary place to live or visit.
See you at the market.