Though we still have 2 farmers markets on the green left we are gearing up for our November Autumn Market. This year the Autumn Market will take place at the Buckland Shelburne Elementary school on November 20th from 11am-3pm.
If you are interested in selling your baked goods, veggies, meats, honey, crafts, creations, books, prepared food . . .anything, please print, fill out and send in our 2016 Autumn Market vendor form.
Feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Today we will be reveling in the beauty of autumn and indulging in all things apple. Come by today from 2-6pm for some cider, (free) apples, cider doughnuts and other delicious confections from Hager’s Market. We would love to see you on this “Cider Day.”
This Friday, the 30th, is customer appreciation day. We want to thank all of our customers, especially the loyal ones that come by every week for their groceries, treats and relaxation.
Stop by between 2-6:30pm to pick up a free special gift. Sample some vegetables and other goodies. Say “hi” to your local farmer and stay for some sweet tunes from Lauren Feinstein.
Trail Toc Diner’s Bonnie Brown will be with us on September 9th, with her award-winning chili plus delectable brownies and muffins! She’’ll be at the market again on October 7th with her chili and her Apple Peanut Butter Pie!
A little about Trail TOC Diner:
Trail Toc Diner — Home-style cooking, where everything is homemade but the bread and the french fries. Open 5:30 – 3:00 serving breakfast every day. Daily specials, plus a $5.99 breakfast changes every day.
“Our chili is an award winning chili with the International Chili Foundation. And our original “Apple Peanut Butter Pie” is an award winner as well. You won’t find it anywhere but at Trail Toc Diner.”
The diner is located in the Arrowhead Shops on Rt. 2, five minutes from Greenfield or Shelburne.
In addition to the advertised guest vendors, musicians and acrivities for children’s day we also have:
Charlotte the Contortionist
Charlotte Bunta was fascinated by circus from a young age. She is a contortionist and an aerialist. She currently trains at New England Center for Circus Arts.
M & G Kettle Korn will be bringing their special pre-popped kettle corn.
“Enjoy a sweet and salty treat that’s actually good for you. Our kettle corn is made with GMO free corn, corn oil, sugar and salt. It is peanut and tree nut free, soy and dairy free and cholesterol free. It has nutritious fiber and only 160 calories per two cup serving.” http://www.mgkettlekorn.com/
Today is fiber day at the market. Stop by and make a felted ball with Barberic farm, learn about natural wool spinning and dying from The Garden of Edith or do a little shopping for a cute new top from Taproot Threads.
In addition to all things fiber, we have our market staples like veggies, baked goods, meat, body work ad maple.
It’s a beautiful day on the green!