René & Bob — of Late for Dinner fame — will host an acoustic jam/song circle on August 5th from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on stage at the Spencer Creek Growers Market. A mellow place to learn and share music, contribute to the sweet ambiance of our outdoor country market and enjoy each other’s music and company. All levels and styles of players and singers are welcome!
Join us in the morning on July 29th when the Spencer Creek Growers Market welcomes Rainwalkers, offering an original mix of funk, rock, reggae and blues. In the afternoon we’ll have Buffalo Gals, playing ballads, cowboy classics and lively dances from the roots of American music. Including Café la Grange, Genie’s incomparably eclectic outdoor eatery, we’ll have 15 vendors offering pasture-raised meats, sourdough bread, local honey, flower bouquets, vegan cookies, cakes, pastries & savories, local stone-milled flour, dried peas & beans, duck and chicken eggs, organic veggie starts and produce of all kinds. There will also be crafters selling paintings, greeting cards, painted terra cotta pots, ceramics, Waldorf-inspired handmade toys, dolls and other treasures. We’ll also have Michael Kemp on hand, offering his knife and tool sharpening services and New World Farmstead will have two 15-week-old mini-Nubian doelings for sale.
Join us on July 22nd when we’ll have three marvelous local bands performing. Banjo Youngblood of Humble George perform at 10:30, Alex Forester of Sounjaneer at 11:45 and Friends Three at 1 p.m. Genie will be running the Café outdoors and providing us with yet another inventive locavore lunch spread to choose from. Thanks go out to our many wonderful neighbors who made this year’s Locavore Hamburger Luncheon the largest in the five years we’ve been holding it!
Mark your calendars for this Saturday, July 15th, when we’ll be presenting our Fifth Annual Locavore Hamburger Luncheon, featuring local (from right across the street!) grass fed beef, baked beans, roasted potatoes, green salad and blueberry pie, all for just $10. Our outdoor eatery, Café La Grange will open at 10 a.m. with fresh-roasted coffee from Cafe Mam and delicious bakery items from Jen at Cookie Conscience. Lunch will be available beginning at 11 a.m., coinciding with live performances by two splendid local bands.
During the lunch hour this Saturday, July 8th, we’ll have Gordon Kaswell on stage, who performs locally and has been teaching folk, blues, rock, swing and jazz on both acoustic and electric guitar at the Shedd for the past 10 years. Gordon will be followed by Archie Slim, a self-taught guitarist, who’ll be playing from 1 pm to 2 pm.