The 2019 Autumn Market

2019 Autumn Market Poster

Every year, the Shelburne Falls Farmers Market hosts a special Autumn market event.  Again this year, the market will be held on the weekend before Thanksgiving: Sunday, November 24th from 11:00am-2:00pm at the Buckland Shelburne Elementary School.

The 9th Annual Shelburne Falls Autumn Farmers Market will feature items from local farms, eateries, artisans, and churches. Items offered for sale will include: fresh produce, local frozen meats, fresh baked items, jams, jellies, marmalade, pickles, popcorn, wool products, plants, bodywork, maple products, leather work, local crafts, and a tea cup auction of local products. There will also be live music all afternoon: Pat & Tex LaMountain (11:00 – 12:30) and Tim Van Egmond (12:30 – 2:00).

Come catch up with friends and neighbors, have lunch, tap your toes to good music, and get your holiday fixings! Parking and admission are free.

The Shelburne Falls Farmers’ Market now is able to accept SNAP for all eligible products at the Market. Also, Good Bunch Farm and Sweet Morning Farm are able to process HIP benefits .

If you are interested in vending at this year’s Autumn Market, please email us at Shelburnfallsfarmersmarket@gmail.com and read and fill out our SFFM_2019AutumnMarketVendorForm and SFFM_AutumnMarket_RulesRegs_2019

Vendors at the 2019 Autumn Market currently include:

  • Barbara & Eric Goodchild of Barberic Farm — Selling frozen lamb, frozen ready-to-bake meat pies, jams, jellies, marmalade, fruit sauces, pickles, hops & popcorn; pumpkins, butternut squash, & eggs;  sheepskins, hats, hand-spun yarn, handtooled leatherwork, hand-forged fire pokers; frozen yogurt — [barbericfarm@gmail.com]
  • Lisa Davenport of Davenport Maple Farm – Selling maple syrup, maple candy, maple spread, maple coated peanuts, cashews, and pecans, maple granulated sugar, photo cards.  [davenportmaple@yahoo.com]
  • Daniel Greene of Good Bunch Farm – (Dan won’t be bringing veggies today, but will be here managing the Teacup Auction.)  [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 (salad greens, micro greens, spinach, winter squash, rutabagas, daikon, winter radishes, leeks, onions, brussels sprouts, cabbage, garlic), eggs, and pork (vegetables grown using organic methods; meat is pasture-raised & organically fed)  [www.sweet-morning-farm.blogspot.com]  [sweetmorningfarm@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, vinegars, dried oregano, and soap. [www.kastaniaoliveoil.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. [freeman360@verizon.net]
  • Sarah Neelon of Joy Farm Crafts  – “Joy Farm is a celebration of color and creativity.” Selling: handmade jewelry (including kid-sized bracelets), hand-made cards and holiday-themed items, and fleece scarves (perfect for children and sports fans!).  [Sarah.Neelon@gmail.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  [asmaabdou669@gmail.com]
  • Dawn Haskins of Momma’s Homemade — making soaps, handmade body scrubs, lip balms, foot soaks, bath bombs, bath salts, and more. [mommashomemadebiz@gmail.com  and on FaceBook, mommashomemade]
  • Carol Michelfelder of Taproot Threads — Offering original, hand-drawn designs printed on ethically sourced clothing for adults, kids, and babies: Selling shirts, sweatshirts, tops, skirts, dresses, pants, onesies, hats, bibs, bags [www.taprootthreads.etsy.com]    [taprootthreads@gmail.com]
  • The Women’s Fellowship of The First Congregational Church of Shelburne — Selling homemade baked goodies (including sweets, breads, pies, etc.), lunch (crockpots), and drinks (including coffee)
  • Hannah Jacobson-Hardy of Sweet Birch Herbals and Full Moon Ghee — Selling high-quality plant-based medicines that are locally grown and sustainably wild-crafted, plus ghee products [www.sweetbirchherbals.com]
  • Lillian Jackman of Wilder Hill Gardens — Selling organic dried Asian pears; apples; holiday greens for home decorating; balsam wreaths, swags & garlands; live rosemary plants for cooking and gifting [www.wilderhillgardens.com]
  • Maggie Haaland of Mossy Roots — Offering naturally dyed t-shirts, napkins, altar cloths, etc.; embriodered cloths; herbal salves and elixers for winter wellness (from local organically grown or gathered plants); hand-dyed greeting cards  [maggie_haaland@hotmail.com]
  • John and Laura Looman of Jolabrer Apiary — a Shelburne apiary, offering sweet fall honey, creamed honey, bee’s wax chapsticks (natural, or scented with wintergreen, lemongrass, spearmint, or lavender)  [Jolabrerapiary@gmail.com]
  • Jackie Churchill of Photos by Jackie, selling nature photos she has taken — cards and prints in a variety of sizes [lildog1978@yahoo.com]

This list will be updated regularly.