Reminiscent of the
market days of our forebears, our goal is to provide:
- A community building
- An opportunity
for residents to improve their nutritional intake
- Support for local
farmers to help them avoid selling their fields for development and
to keep a viable local food source.
is a Farmers' Market?
A Farmers' Market
is an adventure. There are always interesting and unexpected items.
It is also an education - you will undoubtedly learn something about
varieties of produce, what grows well, when, under what conditions,
and how to select, store and prepare them. Farmers love questions! Please
ask - it's part of the fun. We have a combination of organic and conventional
farms represented. Also there are educational booths, entertainment,
and craft vendors.
Come early. Our
market closes precisely at noon so our vendors can get home to their
families. Bring cash and your own bags.
of What's in season:
- 6 farms selling
a variety of locally grown produce and flowers.
- 6 specialty farms
selling herbs, a variety of meats, Asian veggies, and cheeses.
- 7 farms/vendors
selling homemade prepared foods (muffins, scones, pies, breads, jams
& jellies, pickles, prepared meals, etc.)
- 5 or more tents
hosting a rotating group of about 2 dozen craft vendors selling home
made items such as pottery, fine art, hand bags, dog biscuits, jewelry,
And at least
two each week:
- Musicians and
- Exhibits by local
groups interested in the environment, town departments and other local
Farmers' Market Volunteers:
- Colon, Jennifer
- Duvel, Bill
- Fowler, Steve
- Gessner, Charles
- Gotschall, Bob
- Gotschall, Day
- Hostetter, Dave
- Jacobi, Gene
- King, Francie
- March, Rita
- Morgan, Don
- Newburg, Rich
We can always use
volunteers & suggestions:
Call Don Morgan (781) 631-1243 email@example.com
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