The Winter Market will be open this Saturday, April 4th from 10am-2pm.

 

Please see below for a detailed update and check back often for updated information. If you are unable to make it to the market, we encourage you to continue to visit your local farmers. Most have roadside stands, offer curbside service, even sell online. If your favorite vendor is not on this LIST, you can also search under each market for a list of the vendors that participate at each location. Please reach out with additional questions or if you need help contacting a vendor. Thank for your continued support of the market!

 

COVID-19 UPDATE / April 2, 2020:

Last week we filed an appeal with the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) in order to keep the market open. The ACCD approved our request to remain open under “modified operational conditions”.

We have instituted several protocols to keep everyone safe and they are as follows:
-Only food vendors (including hot prepared food) are allowed to vend at the market at this time.
-We ask that all customers use the north entrance to the building so that we can monitor how many shoppers are inside at a given time. If we feel there are too many in the building we will make customers wait and let one in when one exits.
-Booths have been rearranged to allow for more room for vendors and shoppers.
-Signs have been posted regarding physical distancing and hygiene.
-High touch areas like door handles will be regularly cleaned during the market.
-Live music has been canceled until further notice.

 

The market hosts over 50 vendors, selling everything from fresh salad greens all winter to locally-grown apples and cider all the way through til spring!

VIEW VENDOR MAP

With a seasonal variety of produce, local grass-fed meat, eggs, artisan cheeses, freshly baked breads, jellies & jams, maple products, honey, CBD products, delicious hot foods, wine & spirits, artisan crafts, and live music rounding out the mix, the market is a great place to shop, eat, and visit.

Interested in becoming a vendor?
Interested vendors for the Saturday Winter Market should fill out the Vendor Application.

AlpineGlo Farm LLC

Fresh farmstead Goat cheeses. Sauces in vanilla and cinnamon flavors Craft items: shopping bags made from recycled feed bags, Fabric baskets, magnets and holiday ornaments

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Brookside Estate – The Farm

100% Grass fed/Grass finished belted Galloway beef: Raw Honey; Produce: Veggies and fruit in season Crafts & Plant starts ART- by Michael Masterson

Caledonia Spirits

Bar Hill Gin Tom Cat Gin Bar Hill Vodka Gift Packs Raw Honey Branded items (rocks glass, t-shirts, hoodies)

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Chelsea Square

Handcrafted Glass Bead Jewelry and accessories: necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pins, charms, hairsticks and bookmarks. Handcrafted felt accessories: scarves, jewelry home accessories and art

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Deer Myth Jewelry

Handmade small-batch/one of a kind polymer clay jewelry. Made with high quality sterling silver and brass, as well as antique charms and findings.

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Felted Forest

Whimsical, forest-inspired creatures crafted by the needle felting, Gnomes, sheep, rabbits, mushrooms, and seasonal items including Santas, pumpkins, leprechauns, and more.¬† Needle felting is the technique of taking un-spun wool and jabbing (poking) it with a special barbed needle to … Continued

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Filthy Farmgirl Vermont

100% natural handmade soaps Dish Cloths and soap dishes

Firebird Glass Design

Kiln- made Glass Jewelry including necklaces, earrings, rings, hair accessories, bracelets and purse hooks. Handmade paper Gift boxes

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Grace Glass

Hand Blown Formed glass, Drinking Glasses,Bowls Pitchers,Hanging Glass Balls, Marbles, and Terrariums.

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Hand Crafted by Eric Oesterle

Wood Products, Butcher Blocks, & Cutting Boards

Human Touch

Sterling Silver Jewelry 100% Hand cut, hand shaped, hand hammered and soldered. Earrings, Necklaces, Rings and Bracelets

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Jordan Marvin Woodworking

Wooden kitchen utensils, spoons, salad servers, bowls, coffee scoops Ladles, live edge cutting boards from wood milled locally

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Maya Zelkin Pottery

Pottery, fermented vergetables, salsa verde, and corn tortilla and tomales

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Mimi’s Creative Clay

Pottery, plants, photographs

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Mountain View Bison

Raised and Harvested in Rutland Vermont Bison Meat: Chili, Meatloaf, Burgers and jerky Eggs: Chicken, Quail and Duck eggs Whole duck, quail, pheasant Venison Pies: from our own fruit trees Crocheted hats and scarves

PatriArts802

Rustic mirrors, wine racks, American Flags made out of reclaimed wood, heirloom quality wooden cars.

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Scrumph

Handsewn bags, pillows, quilts, toes, scarves, hats. Seasonal & other sundry items from recycled fabrics and textiles

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Seams Perfect

Hand sewn and knit items including felted Boiled Wool Bag.Hipster Bags, Pot Holders, chair/couch bags, aprons, quilts crocheted items. Handmade books, pottery by my daughter Rachel and much more….. I also offer drop off/pickup for sewing repairs, hemming and zippers

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Spring Lake Ranch

Maple Syrup, Granola, Pesto, Yarn, Pottery. and other crafts

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Squier Family Farm (fka:Breezy Meadows Orchards)

Greens, Vegetables, Eggs, Canned Goods, Rice, Flowers, Woodland Crafts, Note Cards

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Susan Leader Pottery

Hand-thrown and Hand Decorated Functional Pottery

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The Creative Hub Vermont

Hand sewn felt coasters, magnetic decor for your home, office or business. Fudge and cupcakes too!

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The Quilted Jardin

Quilted Art. Fabric Pictures

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Valley View Builders

Handmade small tables made from mahogany and cambara wood. Unfinished or painted black Summer 2018 – David will be vending the first half of the Summer Market

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Whaleback Vineyard

Wine, fruit in season, eggs and slate products

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