Riverside Arts Market Opens Fourth SeasonMarch 6, 2012 4 comments Print Article
Following three successful seasons, the Riverside Arts Market reopened on March 3rd. The opening was celebrated with a parade, led by the Stanton Marching Band and Drum Line, and included RAM Founder, Wayne Wood; Channel 4 Meteorologist, Rebecca Barry, and Councilman Jim Love as guest speakers. Today, Metro Jacksonville shares sights and scenes from opening day.
Located beneath the sheltering expanse of the Fuller Warren Bridge structure and next to the beautiful St. Johns River. The weekly Riverside Arts Market features the work of up to 160 artists, musical entertainment, street performers, food vendors, and a fresh produce market! Come by foot, bike, car, boat, or Riverside Trolley. Admission and parking are free, and the fun is endless.
Riverside Arts Market (RAM) is a weekly arts & crafts market at 715 Riverside Ave. under the canopy of the Fuller Warren Bridge. RAM is open every Saturday, March to December 10am-4pm. For more information on RAM, visit:
Article by Ennis Davis
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