Wilmot Farmers Market

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 2017 FULL- AND PART-TIME VENDORS AND PRODUCTS
FULL TIME VENDORS

Boston Hill Farm: a wide variety of vegetables in season, jams, jellies, herbs, and berries in season. Wool yarn and other products. Nadja Hebert, (603)735-4084, Email.

Cardigan Mountain Soap Works
: handmade soaps, lotions, lip balm, sachets, herbal products, looseleaf herbal teas, bugs away lotion spray, a few herb or vegetable plants. Lilly Glatz, (603)744-6688, Facebookwebsite.

Cutting Farm
:
 eggs, pork, honey, lotion, small fruits, jams, jellies, beeswax candles, maple products. Susan and Keith Cutting, (603)763-3239, Email, Facebook

Double Z Ranch
: cannolis, Italian cookies, muffins, coffee, iced tea, blueberries. Marie Polizzi, (860)235-2429, EmailFacebook.

Emma Chase Designsartisan jewelry: necklaces, bracelets, earrings. Planned absence 8/26.
 
Ewe and I Farm: yarn and roving, hand knits, goat milk soaps, lotions, vegetables, flowers, eggs. Planned Absence 9/30.   Cindy Yeager, (603)927-4518; Email; website.

Good Enough Farm: greens, celery, squash, kale, radish, carrots, peas, corn, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, eggplant, cilantro, parsley, peaches, pears, apples, berries. Sean Sullivan, (410)279-2614, EmailwebsiteFacebook.
 
Hibernating Artist
notepads, notecards, prints, puzzles, mugs, fabric door hangers, sparkle pencils. Rosemary McGuirk, (603)748-2115, Emailwebsite.

Huntoon Farm: pork, beef, chicken, turkey (Sept.), eggs. Baked goods: breads, pies, desserts, pastries, donuts, cookies. Prepared foods: entrées, meat pies, salads.  Donna and Phil Sprague, Phone: (603)768-5579; EmailFacebook.

  • Margaret Hoyle: washable wool socks, scarves, other seasonal items.  Planned absence 8/26.Margaret Hoyle, (603)744-2244, Email.


Two Mountain Farm: raspberries, blueberries, tomatoes, cukes, beans, lettuce/greens, beets, peas, squash, cut flowers, and more. Broilers, lamb, eggs. Planned absence 8/26, 9/16  Christine St.Clair, Facebook, Email.

PART-TIME VENDORS

Canterbury Plantation (8/12, 9/16) Potted herbs, annuals, vegetables Kevin Bragg, Canterburyplantation.com

Highland Lake Apple Farm: (7/8, 7/15, 7/29, 8/12, 8/26, 9/2, 9/16) jams, jellies, relish, cucumber pickles, apple butter, marmalades, chutneys, rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cider, cut flowers, currants, apples, honey and vinegar. Peter Zak and Mary Lloyd-Evans, (603)735-5058; EmailFacebook.

Nana's Kitchen: (, 8/19, 8/26) baked goods, jams, mustard, relish, cheese spreads & dips, mac & cheese. Denise Curtiss, (603)526-7320, Email.
NON-PROFITS

Wilmot Historical Society: (Jul 1, 8/5, 9/2) Curiosity Shop - Memorabilia and historic artifacts. Emailwebsite.

Jehovah's Witnesses:
 Bible-based free literature. John Mulhern, website


Application Information and By-laws

Market Eligibility:
Farmers, specialty food producers, bakers, artisans, and hot food vendors over age 18 from within the State of New Hampshire who produce the products they intend to sell at the Market are eligible to apply. Applications, information and guidelines, and by-laws are available on line and from: Wilmot Farmers Market, PO Box 385, Wilmot, NH 03287.

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