Tuesday, January 13, 2009

NUVO story and your weekend plans

Dear fellow Really Really Free Marketeers,

The story on the Really Really Free Market is now live on Nuvo.net - specifically right here, http://www.nuvo.net/news/article/really-free-market-earth-house - and we think it's quite awesome, representing the RRFM as the ownerless, communal event that it is. Big thanks to Christopher Newgent for doing the work on the story. We aren't sure if it will be a print story as well, but we'll all find out tomorrow. Regardless, we are very appreciative for the exposure. Go check it out and share it with your friends!

Further, we are mind-readers. We know exactly what is going to go through your mind this Saturday.

You'll be thinking. "Golly G is it freezing out! I mean, it's officially Indiana winter cold. Not just cold, but longjohn's, under tights, under a snow suit, under a hazmat suit just to get the mail cold." You'll also be thinking, "I can't take this anymore. I've been cooped up for days now in fear of my fingernails falling off due to exposure in the winter air for more than 3 nanoseconds. I want to go somewhere!" Then you'll check the weather and realize it's actually a balmy 32 degrees! It's not dangerously cold at all! Although you won't want to throw on your speedos and lounge out by the White River, the temperature will be endurable enough that you can make it past the mailbox and into your car this time. So, come Saturday, this is what you do...

Get up somewhat early, put on your warmy clothes, make it to the car (fingernails intact) and drive on down to 25th and Central for the Indy Winter Farmers Market - www.indywinterfarmersmarket.blogspot.com - from 9:00 to 12:30. It will be warm inside. Get some coffee.

When you are finished there, go grab a bite to eat for lunch, then head on over to the Really Really Free Market at 237 N. East Street from 2:30 - 6:00, held inside the beautiful, warm and beautifully warm Earth House. Seriously, it'll be toastier in there than the Stay-Puft Marshmallow man after the Ghostbusters got a hold of him and crossed the streams. It's gonna be awesome and we'd love to have you along.

So there you go, your Saturday morning and early evening are taken care of, courtesy the RRFM instigators. What you do after 6:00 is up to you, though we hear some mean scrabble games take place in the Broad Ripple area.

Just a handful of days away from RRFM awesomeness. Gather your goods or your friends or your friends goods and we'll see you Saturday!

- RRFM instigators

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