From a press release:
“USDA Farmers Market at Night—whether you are walking to the nearby Smithsonian metro stop, running along the National Mall or pedaling home after participating in Bike to Work Day this Friday, it will be fun!
Live music from The Foolish Tooks—they toe the line between the musical genres of Irish and old time (with a dash of the strange thrown in for good measure).
Exhibitors, including Capitol Hill Bikes, Riide, City Sports DC, Rock Creek Conservancy, and the National Park Foundation, will share their knowledge and enthusiasm for exploring the trails around Washington, DC whether on foot or bike for pleasure, exercise or as a fun family activity.
The USDA Farmers Market at Night will include members of Union Kitchen, a local food business incubator, the DMV Food Truck Association, and a number of local growers, farmers and ranchers to offer market visitors cured meats, fruits and vegetables, cut flowers, cheese and dairy, and baked goods—all perfect for an evening picnic on the National Mall. (List of May 15 vendors/exhibitors below.)
What: Walk, Run or Ride to the first USDA Farmers Market at Night
When: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, May 15, 2015
(Additional night markets on June 19, July 17, August 21, September 21 and October 16)
Where: 12th and Independence Avenue, S.W., across from the Smithsonian Metro
At Every USDA Farmers Market at Night:
Bart and Sarah’s at Great Oak Farm
Talmar Gardens and Horticultural Therapy Center
At May 15 USDA Market at Night:
Sang on Wheels
Union Kitchen Members:
Banana Love Muffins
Spoil Me Rotten Dog Biscuits Co.
Capitol Hill Bikes
City Sports DC
National Park Foundation
Rock Creek Conservancy”
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