Market, that is!  First I have to make a stop at the DMV to get my license renewed.  I have to bring my birth certificate to get it renewed.  Thankfully, I have my birth certificate. 

I have not been to the Bizarre Market, but I have heard some good press about it. 

On Saturday, April 26th from Noon through 4, Chop Suey Books will host the annual Spring Bizarre Market, Richmond’s most eclectic arts & crafts & oddities sale. The Bizarre Market fills up Randolph Street with an average of 25-40 vendors who sell everything from paintings, knit clothing, retro clothing, prints, jewelry, photographs, haircuts, new shoes, bottles of water, and household goods. This particular market will focus on all of these items, but we are encouraging all Spring Cleaners to bring out yard sale and household products.
It is always free for vendors to set up, and we welcome anyone with legal items to sell. We do ask that each vendor donates 10% of the day’s sales to our selected non-profit, Books On Wheels. In return, BOW will be present with the bus, fixing bikes and giving away books.

If you go, I will see you there!