BRVA Duck Sales this Saturday!   

BRFM Vendor Map 05/21/22

Highlights for Saturday, May 21st

  • Compean & Sons is starting this week with their popular spring array of hanging baskets and garden & bedding plants plus produce.
  • Get out your knives and scissors, lawn mower blades, and whatever else needs sharpening this time of year.  Better Edges is back to hone your blades and put them in good working order.
  • JP Parker Flowers starts their season this Saturday with buckets of fresh cut peonies to fill your home with beauty and fragrance.
  • Look for Guacamole & More this week on the north row with new ready-to-eat offerings like tostadas and fruit cups and of course fresh guacamole & chips!
  • The BRVA will be be selling entries in the Annual Canal Duck Race at their tent next to the information booth. They won’t be at the Market next week and the race is the following week.
  • Shop the Women@Second Clothing Sale after you’re done shopping the Market. Gently used clothing for women, men, and children for sale with all proceeds going to fund grants for outreach programs in Indianapolis and beyond.
  • Apricot Sun is out this week, but will join us next week, 5/28, off-schedule. Wildschool Market is also out this week. La Chinita Poblana is out due to staffing. And Maplewood Farm is out for bottling day.

See our alphabetical Summer Vendor List for all our vendors and their regular schedules and offerings including the part-time vendors for this Week #3.
Check the vendor map (above) each week to see where all your favorite vendors will be located (including their regular schedules), or scan the QR Code on our website or at the Information Booth at the market.

WHAT’S COOKING: Rockin’ Radishes
Radishes are abundant at the Market throughout much of the season, but if you’re like me, you may have wondered what to do with them. Our friends Alex and Sonja at A Couple Cooks have come up with some great ways to add crunch and pizzazz to your meals with radishes. Get the recipes.



Dukes of Django
Drawing on the styles of Ellington & Reinhardt, Dukes of Django (Mario Joven & friends) play rousing, up-tempo swing. Come listen to them play while you shop this Saturday! (located to the left of the entrance)

Whobilados play a mix of traditional tunes and originals blending multi-part vocals, with varied instruments, for their listenable music. (located next to the dining pavilion)



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