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.

3 Bears Bakery

British & European Artisan Breads, Cakes, Pastries, Cookies, and Scones Chutneys and mustards

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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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Ana’s Empanadas

Empanadas using 100% local meats, Argentine Cuisine Churros, Mate tea, lemonade & blueberry cooler- savory drinks

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Chaga Moon

Chaga mushroom tea, tinctures. Chaga mushroom soaps, lotions, creams

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Evening Song Farm

Farm Fresh Vegetables, plant starts, shiitake and oyster mushrooms. Sauerkraut

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Grandpa Jim’s BBQ Sauce

BBQ Sauce, Salsa, Seasonings, Rubs, Wing Sauce, Hot Sauce, Chili Mix & Gift Boxes  

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Mediterranean Mix

Mediterranean Cuisine prepared foods!

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Peter’s Salsa

Mexican Cuisine: Salsa, Guacamole, Tamales, fresh Salads, Omelets, cornbread, salads, chili & soups Home made Desserts

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Spring Lake Ranch

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

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StoryTime Foods Inc.

Baked and processed foods, specializing in Armenian- based recipes, including fruit and chese-stuffed breads and Phyllo dough pocket pies, vegetable dips and spreads, pilaf, baklava, muffins

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The Vermont Spatzle Company

Fresh gluten free spatzle (German Egg Noodle) NO BOIL, NON GMO SPATZLE (pasta)

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Whaleback Vineyard

Wine, fruit in season, eggs and slate products

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Yoder Farm

Popcorn, Dry Beans, Apple Cider,and apple products, Honey, Vinegars, Vegetables & berries, Chicken and more

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