Interested in selling your goods at the market? Please read our rules and regulations and fill out the applications form below.
*2019 Vendor guidelines:
• Non-profits, bake sales, leaflet-ers / information tables pay the regular vendor fee at the discretion of the management committee ($15/day or partial/full season).
• Elementary school-aged kids selling something they’ve made or selling something for school fundraisers pay no fee (unless they are selling commercial products).
• Middle-high school students pay 10% of the day’s proceeds, up to $15 per day.
• Any kids’ booth that is really being run by adults or selling products largely made by adults pay the regular vendor fee.
• First-time vendors who would like to return can apply their first $15 fee toward a half- or full-season fee.
(This list will be updated regularly.)
- Barbara and Eric Goodchild of Barberic Farm – Frozen lamb, ready to bake fruit and meat pies, pickles, jam, jelly, marmalade, fruit sauces, popcorn, hops, eggs, vegetables, wool and wool products including fleece, roving, yarn, hats, etc. May be bringing ice cream and frozen yogurt. [email@example.com]
- Lisa Davenport of Davenport Maple Farm – We offer delicious maple products, including: maple syrup, maple candy, maple spread, maple granulated sugar, and maple coated nuts. I also have locally taken photo notecards. [firstname.lastname@example.org (413) 625-2866]
- Daniel Greene of Good Bunch Farm – Wide assortment of vegetables and plants for sale [www.facebook.com/goodbunchfarm]
- Margaret Olin of Margaret Olin – Healing Therapies – 15 minute seated bodywork sessions: modalities include CranioSacral Therapy, Acupressure, ZeroBalancing, and energy work. [www.livingessencehealingarts.com]
- Robin Creamer and Laura Timmerman of Sweet Morning Farm – Selling Vegetables, eggs, herbs, flowers, seedlings, pork, chicken, and duck. [email@example.com]
- Michael Freeman of Freeman Farm – A multi-generational farm in the hills of Heath: selling grass-fed beef and pastured pork; animals are not given antibiotics or growth hormones, and all meat is locally processed. [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Trevor Thurston of Hiro’s Greenhouse – “Hiro’s Greenhouse is here for the indoor jungle enthusiast, offering a variety of houseplants and plant accessories.”
- Sarah Neelon of Joy Farm – “Joy Farm is a celebration of color: flowers, beads and assorted crafts Our hope is that the colors bring joy to people throughout the area.” [Joyfarm413@gmail.com]
- Mary Jean Fitzpatrick and David Lagakos of Kastania Olive Oil – Selling Extra Virgin Olive Oil from their familial village in Greece, Mediterranean sea salt, Kalamata olives, dried oregano, and soap. [www.kastaniaoliveoil.com]
- Nancy Palmgren, with Conway-raised vibrant, mature native plants, featuring: Bloodroot, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Wild Ginger, and Solomons Seal. (Nancy will be us at Market 24 May – 28 June!) [email@example.com (413) 625-6097]
- Melinda Nutter & Jonathan Pierce of Macle Designs – 100% handcrafted sterling silver and natural gemstone and mineral jewelry. Including pendants, earrings, & rings. Also selling minerals they have collected all over the U.S.A. [www.macledesigns.com]
- Asma Abdelmeguid of Asma’s Kitchen — selling Middle Eastern food (vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian, and meat dishes), such as hummus, babaganush, muskaa, falafel, shawerma chicken with curry rice, hawawshy stuffed with beef; plus sweets including rice pudding and baklava [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Dawn Haskins of Momma’s Homemade — making soaps, handmade body scrubs, lip balms, foot soaks, bath bombs, bath salts, and more. [email@example.com and on FaceBook, mommashomemade]
(This list will be updated regularly as more vendors join us for the 2019 season!)