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Patriot Day at Bounty of the Barrens Market

Even though the official season for Bounty of the Barrens Market is winding down, and even though it might be a bit wet, tomorrow is still going to present plenty of reasons for you to come out and join your friends and neighbors. After a few weeks of no live local music, the sweet sounds of Derek Oldenkamp's brass quintet will fill the air starting around 8:00 in the morning. The air will also carry the delicious aroma of sausage and biscuits and gravy by the Tubbs Family Farm folks. There will be coffee from the St. Andrews Episcopal Church team, and the usual rich palette of local foods that you have come to expect at the market. Rain or shine, come on down to be a part of the river of life in Glasgow. The season is winding down, so don't miss a minute of it



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