What’s at market this week AND Farm Concert

Farm Concert February 19th

Former farm apprentice and musician Max Godfrey returns to the farm for a very special performance on Friday, February 19th. Mark your calendars!

Join The New Millennium Jelly Rollers for an evening of raucous music and belly-shaking hilarity!  Bagpipes will blare, fiddles will squall, mouth harps will wail, and the fields of Jenny Jack Sun Farm will resound in joyful noise.  This is more than just a concert—it’s a call-and-response group singalong, an epic portrayal of the human struggle against modernity, and a discussion of the role that traditional music can play in healing and invigorating local communities.  Bring a friend and come ready to cut loose and sing out!

Album Photo

Their self-titled debut album can be found at: https://newmillenniumjellyrollers.bandcamp.com/releases

Suggested Donation: $10 – $15.

BYOB. Light refreshments and snacks will also be available for a donation.

Doors open at 7. Show starts at 7:30

In Harris County for one night only!  This foot-stompin’ duo has been playing wild fiddle tunes, singing low-down blues, and inspiring general hilarity all over the eastern United States for one year and counting. The New Millennium Jelly Rollers is composed of Max Godfrey (former Jenny Jack Farm Apprentice) and Elias Alexander, who began making music together by trading off verses on worksongs and spirituals. Since then, their sound has grown to encompass everything from country-blues to old-time dance tunes and Skillet-Licker-style sketch comedy.

They’ve performed in barns, houses, grange halls, and churches all over New England, as well as distinguished venues such as Club Passim in Boston and The Jalopy in Brooklyn.

Check out the facebook page…. let us know if you are coming on there and share with friends!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1553050565016682/

What’s at the On Farm Market This Week:

We’re open 9-5 on Wednesdays as long as the crops keep coming in! (At least through January, and most likely February too).

The winter market is help yourself, so please bring cash or check for payment as we are not always in the barn to run a card.

This week, we’ll have Carrots, Spinach, Kale, Collards, Watermelon Radish, Mustard Greens, Lettuce, Parsley, Rainbow Chard, Sunchokes and Stone Ground Grits. We are out of all meat right now.

From the “Farmacy”….

Tinctures (Medicinal Extracts): Ginger, Turmeric, Elderberry, and Holy Basil. Also, Hibiscus/Mint/Lemongrass Tea.  Comfrey- Aloe Cream for minor wounds, rashes and burns. All medicinal herbal products are made here with herbs/plants grown here.

We ship the herbal products, so if you are out of town you can order these through our Etsy Shop

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This was a gift basket I delivered for Christmas, but you too can leave the farm with a basket just as beautiful! (minus the meyer lemon, we only had a few of those). Just BYOBasket :0

Come see us, stroll around the fields, see the chickens and pigs, and get some food that was carefully tended and freshly harvested by human hands.

Take good care,

Jenny + Chris

 

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2 thoughts on “What’s at market this week AND Farm Concert

  1. Jenny,

    Tom and I would like to join you guys for the Farm Concert. Please let me know how to pay – or do we just give the donation that evening?

    Thanks!

    Connie

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