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RRFM Rivderside on Sat Dec 31 posted by RRFMriverside
Near the theater, boat house and small playground @ Fairmount Park, 2601 Fairmount Blvd., Riverside, CA
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Napa Really Free Market

Napa's Free market is every last Sunday of the month. Check out this video! Next Free Market July 31st, 2011!


Location: Veterans Memorial Park

Corner of Main St. and Third St. 

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No money. No Barter. No trade. Everything is FREE!

The San Francisco Really Really Free Market (RRFM) meets the Last Saturday of Every Month in Dolores Park near 19th St and Dolores St. (except in the rainy season (Dec, Jan, Feb) we meet at an inside venue) Bring usable items, food, skills and talents to give for the sake of giving.
Public Transit: (Muni) J-Church and Bus #33
Get directions here. Add to calendar: Yahoo

To join our email list, send an email to rrfm-announce-subscribe [at]
You will receive 1-2 emails a month regarding any news, updates, location changes and event reminders. Feel free to contact organizers for help and info at

Start Your Own RRFM:
There are RRFMs sprouting up all over the country. One day we would like to see all of them linked up together on this site. Until then, use a search engine to find one in your area. If there isnt one, start your own! Its so easy! Just find a place, set a date and spread the word!

Using This Website:
This website is designed for your participation. To contribute to it, you must first register which is very easy to do! Click the "register" link at the top of this page. Answer the security question (which helps keep spammers out, and real people in). Then choose a username and password. At this point you also have the option to fill in any profile information. Click "submit" and you're done! Log in using the username and password you just created. Now you can post pictures, topics for discussion & free calendar events.

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About the RRFM

Because there is enough for everyone

Because sharing is more fufilling than owning

Because corporations would rather see landfills overflow than anyone get anything for free

Because scarcity is a myth constructed to keep us at the mercy of the economy

Because a sunny day outside is better than anything money can buy

Because "free trade" is a contradiction of terms

Because no one should have to do without food, shelter, entertainment, and community

Because life should be a picnic, but it only will be if we make it happen

Have you ever picked up something you found on the sidewalk? Or saved your neighbor from throwing away something useful?

A Really Really Free Market is like a potluck for whatever you want to give or take away. Have you ever brought one dish to a potluck and gone away with a full belly and a balanced meal? Everybody brings something and goes away with more.

We all have skills, ideas, objects, smiles, talents, friendship, excitement, discussions, and many other things to share. If we bring them all together at the Really Really Free Market, we can provide more balanced and full lives for everyone.

As a community we have many more resources than we do as individuals. If we share our resources we won't need to buy as many new ones. This uses fewer of the Earth's resources, and fewer of our working hours, leaving us more time to devote to ourselves and our communities. Here you don't need neither money, nor loans.

Would we all work forty hours a week at one job if we didn't feel we had to? What if instead we worked at improving our individual skills and talents and shared them with each other? We would all spend more time doing things we enjoyed.

The Really Really Free Market is an attempt to put these ideas into practice for four hours every month.

Please help us keep the Really Really Free Market a 100% FREE and non-commercial event just like train games or candy crush game from this game site Friv-Games! Once a month, let's come together and forget about trading, bartering and money. Leave the business cards at home and remember the joy of giving for the sake of giving.

Help us keep Dolores Park clean. If no one takes what you brought, please bring it home with you.

Last edited by kirsten on 2007-02-27 12:29:17