Thu, 09 Jul 2009 13:56:03 EDTFull menu market providing fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, cheese, meats, flowers, natural sweetners, preserves and canned goods. Options of organic, sustainable and conventional grown products available. Patircia Verrill, 674-5903.
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 16:28:43 EDTThis season, the Great Falls Farmers and Artisans Market is pleased to be offering, at their Kennedy Park location, a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, naturally raised meats and seafood, local cheeses, bread, preserves and other dairy products. We will also be showcasing local crafts, restaurants and musicians. Come celebrate a richly diverse and rapidly expanding community! Danielle Scherer, 845 548 7514.
Mon, 15 Jun 2009 13:01:04 EDTOffering vegetables, herbs, farmstead and artisan cheese, fresh meat, eggs and soaps. Contact Lore Lipkvich 207-537-5673.
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 13:44:31 EDTThe Poland Farmers' Market is located in a great location on route 26 (Maine Street Poland, Me)in the Poland Crossing Shopping Plaza (near Dunkin Donuts)with easy access and great parking. Good diversity of products that continues to grow; full range of garden vegetables, apples, berries, baked goods, breads, and seafood and more to come. Ginger Pearl, (c) 740-5115.
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 15:13:01 EDTNewly-formed for this 2009 season, our market has a lot of diversity with 15 vendors offering products ranging from local produce to lobster rolls. Fridays, 3 pm - 6 pm. Rain or shine. Rebekah Yonan, 676-3356.
Mon, 04 May 2009 16:59:10 EDTWe have 16 venders and have been open for 15 years , we have everything and wonderful venders and customers . Helen Ramsdell, 207-452-2772.
Mon, 04 May 2009 16:54:42 EDTfresh local product, bake goods, seedlings,meat ,cheese flowers , jams jellies artisan breads , coffee, veggies, eggs, wool .etc Helen Ramsdell, 207-452-2772.
Mon, 04 May 2009 16:56:31 EDTLocal venders, farmers products and bakery itimes and meat eggs ,jams&jellies,flowers , seedlings ,honey , goat cheese& meat , soap, flowers and perenials Helen Ramsdell, 207-452-2772.
Tue, 21 Apr 2009 14:18:34 EDTA small market with huge potential! Vegetables, flowers, meat, soaps, breads, seedlings, herbs, fruits, pickles, relishes, jellies, jams, goat milk and much, much more! Mary McCaslin, 207-431-2118.
Thu, 02 Apr 2009 16:02:53 EDTWinter Harbor Farmer's Market features the freshest locally grown organic and naturally grown vegetables, fruit in season, farmstead and artisan cheeses, yogurts, meats, eggs, breads, and goodies!! We also have seedlings, perennial plants, yarns, tapestry handbags, spring wreaths, walking sticks, ceramic deco and all from very talented local artisans. Hope to see you there. Dress warm, We are on the coast and it can get a bit chilly. Lore Lipkvich, 207-537-5673.
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 14:51:40 EDTThis is the first full season of the Scarborough Farmers' Market after two successful trial run markets last summer. The Scarborough community is very excited about having its own Farmers' Market and we know the season will be a successful one. Please come support our new market this summer! Julie Bassett, 207-883-4893.
Tue, 17 Mar 2009 13:32:57 EDTWe are a talented, diverse group of farmers, artists, bakers and more. There is a wonderful selection to choose from, including locally grown meats, goat and cow products, soaps, smoked meats, fresh baked breads and bakery goods, wooden bowls and spoons, flowers, herbs, photographs, Mexican and Indian food to go, and the freshest local vegetables and fruits. We hope to see you there! Donna Birdsall, 207-374-5273.
Tue, 17 Mar 2009 13:27:06 EDTOur market offers not only fresh vegetables, seedlings and fruits, also cheeses, breads, desserts, pies, cookies, fresh cut flowers, chicken, beef, lamb, mushrooms and yarn. We have a children's activity table and often showcase local musicians. Why shop anywhere else? To get the inside "dirt" on the market, visit our website to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, featuring farmer profiles, recipes, upcoming events and coupons. Brady Hatch, 207 8826487.
Fri, 20 Feb 2009 09:42:33 ESTCome see what your neighbors have to offer! From fresh vegetables and fine art to gorgeous goat-cheese and great sushi! With so much more in between - usually accompanied by Live, Local Music - it's worth a visit. We may carry on into October, please call to find out our closing date. Jackie Pike, 326-0780.
Mon, 04 May 2009 17:07:01 EDTThere is a broad selection of greens, root crops, Asian vegetables, cucumbers, tomatoes, summer squashes, onions, corn, strawberries,raspberries, plums, etc. We have three produce vendors (two certified organic), a blueberry vendor, and a baked goods (breads, muffins, scones, soups, coffee, tea, lemonade) vendor. Craft vendors and specialty products may vary from week to week. We now accept EBT (food stamp program recipients). Martha Goodale, 207-525-3532.