Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Opening day at Wilmot, NH Farmer's Market 2008

http://www.wilmotfarmersmarket.com/ Every Saturday from 9 am to noon on the green in Wilmot. Rain or shine!! July thru the end of September. Come on out!!

The Wilmot Woodcarver-David Lorden-hand carved wooden items, small benches, stools, decorative boxes. Don't you just love his bear!
Two Mountain Farm-Kat Darling-flowers, produce-tomatoes, fruits, berries.
Ewe & I Farm-That's us!
Cardigan Mountain Soapworks-Lily-hand crafted soaps, lotions, bug repellant, teas, satchets.
Wilmot Public Library-non-profit organization selling fundraising items including magnets, books and totebags.
Russell Pottery-Steve and Sue Russell-hand thrown pottery.
Autumn Harvest Farm-produce. These folks are not longer a part of our market. :o(
The gazebo. Live entertainment every Saturday morning.
Nana's Kitchen-Denise Curtis-baked goods, jams, preserves.
Huntoon Farm-Phil, Donna and Dustin Sprague-baked goods, maple products, meats, produce.
Lori Fogg, our market manager. She who keeps us all together. (o;
Phat Phil's-Mary & Phil-awesome breakfasts, hot dogs, beverages. Even the dogs get their own water dish!
The Cutting Farm-Keith & Susan Cutting-honey, beeswax candles, lotions, honey stix, produce, berries, eggs, baked goods, jams.
Racoon Ridge Farm-meats, greens, mushrooms, eggs, fruits, produce, herbs, maple products.
Highland Lake Apple Farm-produce, honey, jams, pickles, flowers, apples, pears.
Bible Hill Farm-artisan breads, baked beans, eggs, produce, berries.

Fruitcake Farm-lamb, eggs, produce (Where our wonderful Horned Dorsets come from!!)
Emerson Colby-hand turned wood items and flatware.
Five Colbys Farm-fresh & dried hervs, produce, cut flowers, pumpkins, gourds, eggs.
P&S Country Crafts-bird and bat houses, feeders, decorative turned wood products, knickknacks.
Crozier & Crozier Orchids- orchids, plants, produce.
Sassy Satchels-Assorted size bags, totes, belts, hair bands.

I needed to go back to the car for my camera, which I forgot. Oh course it was after the market started and this is what I saw. Cars parked everywhere and lots of people with their children. And of course, the dogs.........

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