-National Honey Month
-Tuberoses for Texas!
-- Tiny Nest Concerts Series presents live music from local and regional musicians
- Stocks For Supper offers monthly cooking demos sponsored by Stock Provisions
Join us at Birdhouse Farmers Market throughout the month of September as we celebrate National Honey Month,
Tiny Nest Concert Series, and Stocks for Supper.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 5, 2017
September Celebrates National Honey Month
Stop by Birdhouse Farmers Market and support National Honey Month. Visit local farms Faith Farm and The Byrd Farm for your local source of honey.
Tuberoses for Texas!
Amy's Garden will be donating 100% of the sales of their fragrant, organic Tuberose to hurricane relief in Texas. Treat yourself to a beautiful, fragrant bouquet for a great cause. Only $10 per bunch!!
Tiny Nest Concert Series Featuring Addison Liming
I am Addison, a solo singer, songwriter, and finger-pickin' guitarist. My current homebase is in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, California where you can catch me performing most days in and around the Heavenly Village, or book me for your Tahoe wedding, event, or reception.
Growing up in Richmond, Virginia, I developed my love for music playing classical guitar as a teenager within Virginia Commonwealth University's thriving classical scene. I studied classical music for two years in Chicago, before moving back to Virginia to work on a farm and becoming more folk oriented. My songwriting reflects my many moves and travels, and musically blends the classical and folk influences from all the music I loved growing up.
For more info visit: https://addisonlimingmusic.com
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12, 2017
Tiny Nest Concert Series featuring Guy Gorman
Guy G. Gorman sings and plays guitar, harmonica, and ukulele. He incorporates musical ideas from a variety of genres: rock and roll, country, folk, polka, and spiritual music. Influenced by artists such as Johnny Cash, Woody Guthrie, Tom Paxton, Jonathan Richman, the Beatles, and Elvis, he aims to write and perform uplifting songs that are full of feeling, humor, and inspiration.
Find out more about Guy Gorman at thegmen.bandcamp.com/
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 2017
Tiny Nest Concert Series Featuring Lobo Marino
Lobo Marino consist of Laney Sullivan and Jameson Price, musicians and activists from Richmond, Virginia. They are founders of the Earth Folk Collective, an urban homestead project which functions as a venue for community driven donation based workshops. They have a deep commitment to social and environmental justice and use music as a vehicle and platform to further that work.
Visit Lobo Marino at www.lobomarinomusic.com
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26, 2017
Stocks for Supper" cooking food demonstration sponsored by JM Stock Provisions
J. M. Stock Provisions, a local butchery, joins the market to host cooking and food preparation demonstrations. Every other week, JMSP, an ardent supporter of BFM (since its retail store opened at 1531 West Main St. 23220) will pair up with vendors to demo easy recipes you can prepare at home from market ingredients
Tiny Nest Concert Series Featuring Bill Lupoletti
Bill Lupoletti has hosted "Global A Go-Go" (Wednesdays 3-5 PM), where he plays "music from around the world in the universal language of groove," on 97.3 FM WRIR since 2004. The program is heard on a half-dozen other radio stations in the USA and Canada, and it's available as a podcast. Bill also writes a blog about world music called globalagogo.com. Bill is a member of the board of directors of WRIR's parent organization, Virginia Center for Public Press; he co-chairs the News & Public Affairs Committee and serves on the Finance and Website committees as well.
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