Living in a humid tropical environment, Haitians are well familiar with hot summers and warm weather. Unlike Haiti, for the most part, our weather here in the United States is not all warm year-round. Summer is often a time for outdoor activities and soaking up the sunshine we missed during the cold, winter months. For our friends here in New Jersey, one way to enjoy the sunny summer weather and spend more time outside is to attend the Robbinsville Farmers’ Market! Itiah Angels for Learning (IAFL) will be there, so this would be a great opportunity to learn more about the non-profit and its mission in improving the health and quality of life of the students at the École Mère Louise (EML) elementary school in Haiti. You can speak and meet with IAFL volunteers to find out ways to become involved and use your talents for a compassionate cause.
The Robbinsville Farmers’ Market will also have other vendors from the community. Vendors will feature a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, and other household items. The Robbinsville Farmers’ Market is also located in a beautiful park, so it would be a great place for you and your family to both visit and support the local community. There is something for everyone here!
The Robbinsville Farmers’ Market will be open every Tuesday from July 2nd to August 30th from 3:30-7:00 pm. The address is Miry Run 66 Sharon Road in Robbinsville, New Jersey. Come out to support IAFL and enjoy the wonderful summer weather!
Written by Serina Bernardo