June 2, 2017 GFFM

The first Greater Falls Farmers’ Market of the season brings you some fantastic local vendors, bringing you the best foods Greater Falls has to offer.

A Homesteaders Cooperative Westminster, Vermont
This lively group of folks will offer a variety of locally produced and grown foods. This week, there will be an array of items to check out, including Next Generation Edibles’ Violet Jelly, Lilac Jelly, Orange Ginger Rhubarb Jam, Strawberry Rhubarb Jam (sweetened with honey), and Dilly Beans; The Peppertorium’s heat from Patrick’s line of hot sauces: Amber Paris’s handmade, all natural toys, wearables and home decor items; as well as Eventide View Farm’s eggs, herbs, and garden starts. Friend of the Market special: Buy (2) 6-pack garden start, get (1) 1/2 off.

Black Locust Farm and Sawyer Artisanal Walpole, New Hampshire
A family endeavor, Daniel and Kira will offer great fresh drinks, plants, shrubs, and cheese. Kira has some delicious drink recipes she’ll be mixing up to keep you refreshed at the market, while Daniel has been busy growing up plants, shrubs and trees to bring to market. Also, they will have their family’s Sawyer Artisanal Cheeses.

Daddy’s Girl Soap Bellows Falls, Vermont
Some of you will remember the lovely soaps Carol brought to market last season. This season, Carol will join us again with her handmade soaps that come in the most pleasant scents. As an added bonus, if you become a “Friend of the Market” Carol is offering a special–buy (1) 6 oz. bar of soap and get (1) heart shaped bar for 1/2 off.

Grandview Gourmet Westminster, Vermont
Wait until you try this amazing bread! You will start using exclamation points to describe it, too. Grandview Gourmet will offer an assortment of fresh baked traditional breads and unique artisanal breads, using Vermont’s own King Arthur Flour.

Harlow Farm Westminster, Vermont
Friday morning, they will be out in the fields collecting red, green, romaine and Boston lettuces; red, green and lacinato kale; as well as collards to bring to you at market. A local favorite for local and organic, Harlow Farm will be at the market to bring to you the colorful greens late Spring offers.

Joanna Alix Watercolors Bellows Falls, Vermont
Each week, Joanna will bring to us original watercolor paintings and notecard prints (in two sizes: 2.5″x2.5″ and 4″X6″) of wildlife & nature. Her work is so sweet and fun. A must see. Joanna will also be offering a Friend of the Market special.

Maple Mama Wendell, Massachusetts
Maple Mama is an organic hand crafted spritzer with pure maple syrup, no sugar, that comes in two flavors vanilla and coffee. Sounds delightful.

Our Place Bellows Falls, Vermont
Our Place does so much for our local community and stopping by this booth and buying a treat or two will help support them in all the philanthropic work they do. Just reading their offerings at this week’s market makes me want to be first in line to get one of each. Our Place will bring to the market, raspberry tarts made from local berries, peanut butter brownies and chocolate brownies, as well as assorted cupcakes.

Pete’s Stand Walpole, Vermont
So many people are thrilled to have Pete’s Stand joining us at the market. Great news for all the loyal Pete’s Stand shoppers, that they have another option for stocking up on the Stand’s wonderful produce. This local favorite will have kale, spinach and swiss chard at this week’s market.

Witness Oak Nursery Rockingham, Vermont
Looking for new edibles for your yard? Witness Oak has a unique collection of fruit bearing shrubs and trees for you to select one or two new additions. Not sure of what to grow in that certain spot in your yard? Talk with Devin–he is sure to have a great suggestion.

An evening of fun shopping. Complete with live music, opportunities for enriching conversations, and lots of local, local, local for you to support.

Hetty Green Park, 2 Church Street, Bellows Falls, Vermont

Building Community; Being the Change you want to See; Conversation; Music; Children’s Activities; Healthful Living; Sharing a Smile; Voting with your Dollar…

4-7pm, June 2nd through September 29th, 2017

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *