2013 Summer Markets
Crystal Spring Farmer’s Market
Crystal Spring is new for us and The Crystal Spring Farm is a 277 acre working farm owned by the Topsham Brunswick Land Trust. The market has 40 vendors and should be busy. It has been one of my favorite markets to shop at and I am honored to be in it. Most of the vendors are in the Brunswick Winter Market with me.
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The Falmouth Farmer’s Market
The Falmouth Farmers Market is one of the markets hosted by the Cumberland Farmers Market Association. Find us on Wednesdays 12noon – 4pm. Join us on our second year by the Gazebo in Twombly Park off Hat Trick Drive. Easy access off Route 1 or Depot Road. This year there are special events and entertainment planned. It is sponsored by the Cumberland Farmer’s Market Association which also has a market in Cumberland Center on Saturday mornings. The are a great group to work with and have been running markets since 1996.
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Great Falls is sponsored by the St. Marys Nutrition Program part of St. Mary’s Hospital. They have a wide variety of vendors and it is a busy market. The market located on the bank of the Androscogin River. The St Mary’s Nutrition program is sponsored by St Mary’s Hospital. In addition to the market the Nutrition Program also runs a food bank, community gardens , nutrion and cooking classes.
We have 3 winter markets for the 2012-2013 season
Please go to my calender page and verify the dates.
The Midcoast Winter Farmer’s Market Friday 1:oo- 6:00pm
Topsham Fargrounds Route 196 Topsham, Maine
Mid Coast Winter Farmer’s Market in Topsham biweekly beginning December 28th. A new market only a few years old. This is the first year they have been at the Topsham Fairgrounds. The vendors are people whom I have participated in other markets with. There are approximately 20 vendors. There is a good variety of products offered. Turkey, Fresh Produce, Coffee, herbs and spices, seafood, Breads, Beef, Goat, Jams, Jellies, pork, eggs, dairy and more!
Indoors in the Greenhouse at Allen Sterling Lothrop. We will sharpen knives and scissors while you shop. There will be twenty vendors with seafood, seafood, meat, dairy products, vegetables, crafts and more. I will sharpen while you shop. Bring your garden tools and have them sharpened for spring. Larger garden tools will have to be taken home and sharpened in our shop. This market is run by the Cumberland Farmer’s Market Association.
For more information visit, http://cumberlandfarmersmarket.org/ or
While there stop in at Allen Sterling and Lothrop and stock up on garden supplies for spring. They are Maine’s oldest seed company. In business over 100 years. They have a wide variety of seeds, garden tool and garden accessories. In season they have perineals, shrubs and seedlings.
We accept Time dollars from the Hour Exchange Portland at the Falmouth Farmer’s Market.
At Fort Andross
The Brunswick Winter Market is Maine’s largest winter market. 50 vendors selling farm products, local seafood, baked goods, crafts, entertainment and more. You can even get your knives and scissors and small garden tools sharpened while you shop. Bring your garden tools and have them sharpened for spring. Larger garden tools will have to be taken home and sharpened in our shop.
For more information http://brunswickwintermarket.weebly.com/ or
2012 Summer Markets were
Falmouth Farmer’s Market Wednesdays 12:00 to 4:00 pm. For more information go to my calender page.
Lewiston Farmers Market at the Bates Mill, Sunday mornings. For more information please go to my calender page.
Knife sharpeners are found in Farmer’s Markets all across America except Maine and New Hampshire. My business can be best described as “servicing tools used in the production and preparation of agricultural products.”a perfect fit for any Farmer’s Market.