The city’s farmers market is open again downtown.
This outdoor market is next to the police station at 40 Bailey Blvd. and is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until Labor Day.
Customers will find farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, honey, jams, meats, local wines, artisan cheeses, fresh breads, handmade soaps, doggie treats and other items. The market also features an assortment of live music, food demonstrations, and children’s activities.
Visit online at www.haverhillfarmersmarket.org or on Facebook under Haverhill Farmers Market. More information is available from Jeff Grassie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motorcycle run honors Brian White
The family and friends of the late Brian White will honor his memory tomorrow with the Brian “Mighty Whitey’’ White motorcycle memorial run and benefit.
The event will be at noon at American Legion Post 4, 1314 Main St. Motorcyclists will meet at RG’s Tavern on White Street for a 9 a.m. breakfast. Bikes will leave at 10 a.m.
The event will feature food, door prizes, raffles of items such as gift baskets, salon services, pet services and jewelry. There will also be live music.
Tickets are $10. Proceeds will be used to buy a headstone for White’s grave at Hilldale Cemetery.
So far, donors include Precision Hair of Hampstead, Colby Tanning of Hampstead, Windham Jewelers, Northstar Music Center, Zen Chi Massage , JP Butchers, Bean Towne, Lindt Chocolate, Billy’s Nails of Plaistow, Master Billiards, Flags on the Go, Simply Stunning, Leavitt’s Auto, Stillwell’s Ice Cream, King Graphics, Pet Supply at West Gate Plaza and Mill Pond Tavern in Salem. Personal donations include Red Sox tickets, craft baskets, stained glass and wine baskets.
Recapturing memories of home
The public library will host a three-part program aimed at older adults called “Remembering Home” in partnership with Historic New England.