Dragonfly Wellness, J.U.M.P. and more …
We hope to see you at this week’s market – Saturday, 10-1 in front of the Hildreth Elementary School. Great local produce, bread and baked goods, seafood, beef, pork, honey, maple products, eggs, dog treats and more. Remember to bring your kitchen knives for Venier Forge to sharpen while you shop.
Dragonfly Wellness will be offering fun for the whole family!
- Scavenger hunt for the farmer’s market and town-wide ($25 gift card raffle to Dragonfly Wellness for scavengers)
- Feather races at 11 a.m.
- Red light-green light yoga at noon
- Family gratitude with paper dolls
In the Community Tent this week is J.U.M.P. This great organization has been taking youth on outdoor adventures since 2007. This fall they have launched ‘The Redline Project, an after school program for ‘tweens right here in Harvard! Stop by the Community Tent to find out more.
Artisan Rach SebellShavit will be at the market with her beautiful pottery.
Crosstracks will be entertaining shoppers … an Americana band that plays blues, folk, jug, bluegrass, old (real) country, and all the points in-between. Come and enjoy!
Music tent: Side Effects, Debbie Thompson
Music tent: The Rafters are a folk-pop, singer-songwriter duo of Miki and Dave Fitzgibbons. Miki’s compelling lead vocals and thoughtfully crafted lyrics are backed by husband Dave’s atmospheric guitar and vocal harmonies.
Music tent: Loose Folk is a community musical event hosted by the Harvard Cultural Collaborative and the brainchild of Harvard resident, Jan Daley. This relaxed jam is an opportunity for musicians and singers to gather to share songs, harmonies, and fun…loosely folk songs (hence the name).
Music tent: Good Company, Harvard Farmers Market Music Coordinators, Nancy Banker and Tess Ferraiolo, make up part of the band, Good Company, performing folk/rock covers of songs we all know and love.