The market runs rain or shine every Saturday from June 26 to September 25
Bog Mountain Pottery (Chris Gerhart): Pottery: Functional ware/Stoneware.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 814-923-2648
Away from market July 24 and July 31.
Dragonfly West Design (Mare West): No salt seasoning & dip mix, Paper Earrings with matching notecards, Book about Richard Potter (America's first famous ventriloquist and magician who settled in Andover, NH), gemstone bracelets, silver earrings, Lemon Verbena Tea, and FREE samples to try of several dips (prepackaged for takeaway). Also hand-stitched ornaments, yarn scarves later in the season. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 603-671-7613
Pre-orders accepted with pick-up at the Market. Away from market July 3, Aug 7, Sept 4.
DSigns by DS (Diane Seamans) and RJM Woodworks (Ronald MacLean): Hand-dyed silk scarves, eco-printed scarves and upcycled, printed clothing, photographs and note cards, fiber art, and hand-crafted wooden utensils, vases, boxes, letter openers, backscratchers and more.
Pre-orders accepted with pick-up at the Market. Away from Market July 31.
Ewe & I Farm (Cindy & Jerry Yeager): Wools - raw to roving to yarn to hand knit goods, dryer balls, hand knit/crotcheted face & dish cloth/scrubbers, soap, lotion, cat toys, sugar scrubs, vegetables & flowers (when available), gnomes, moth & mouse repellants. Email: email@example.com
Huntoon Farm (Phil & Donna Sprague): Beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple syrup, baked goods (breads, pies, cookies, whoopie pies, pastries, danish, cakes, assorted desserts), prepared foods (entrees and sides, meat turnovers & pies, salads, pizza dough), minimal amount of fresh vegetables & herbs.
Pre-orders accepted with pick-up at the Market.
Off A Bit Farm (Laura & Tom Kilkenny): Goat Products: raw milk, aged cheeses, yogurt, meat, goats milk soaps. Chicken eggs, duck eggs, seasonal vegetables, greens, herbs and fruits. Lip balms made from our own infused oils. Handcrafted castile soap. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-orders accepted with pick-up at the Market. Away from Market July 3.
Tara Farm & Bakery (formerly known as Angie's Bakery - Angelika Stephens): Breads, pies, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, quiche, salads, eggs. Email: email@example.com,
Pre-orders accepted for breads and baked goods with pick-up at the Market.
Windswept Farm (Tim Gallagher): Foods grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, greens and green beans, asparagus, root crops, squashes and pumpkins, sweet corn, garlic, leeks, onions, kale, cucumbers, herbs, berries, granola, and more.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 603-734-2748
Pumphouse Farm, LLC (Carolina Harvey)(July 24, August 14, 21, September 4, 11, 18): Cut flowers - mixed bouquets and single-stem bunches primarily including: zinnias, cosmos, dahlias, sunflowers, lisianthus, amaranth, scabiosa, snapdragon, stock, aster, bachelor's button, nigella, and various types of filler/folliage. Mixed decorative gourds.
Wilmot Historical Society (July 24th Market): Collectibles such as jewelry, kitchen gadgets, old linens, some furnishings, curiosity and what-nots, old tools.
Wilmot Garden Club Perrenial Sale (Sept 18th or Sept 25th): Annual perennial sale of freshly dug, locally grown, potted perennials and gardening accessories.
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