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Get To Know Our 2021 Vendors

27 Teas - Margaret is a wealth of knowledge and started her NH based loose leaf company on the premiss of giving back. 27Teas donates a percentage of profits to sustainable clean water and sanitation solutions. Not only will you be buying the best teas, sourced from throughout the world, but you are helping to provide basic human rights to those in need. Visit their website

Apple Hill Farm - Chuck and Diane have owned their farm since February 1978. They grow apples along with hosting pick-your-own fields of currants, strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries in season. They also make pies and jellies in their bakery attached to their on-site farm store. Their farm truck also brings along peaches, a large variety of vegetables, apple cider, NH cheeses, milk and cider donuts. Visit their website

Averill House Vineyards - Owned and operated by the The Waite Family; founded in July of 2017, they are growing roughly 500 vines of 11 varieties. The first full production grape-to-glass winery located inside the Historic Ice district of Brookline, NH, the Waite's will be bringing wine to try and buy! Visit their website

Bagley Pond Perennials - A certified organic native perennial farm located in Warner, New Hampshire. Their goal is to provide  home gardeners with pollinator safe native plants that are not only beautiful and garden worthy, but also support wildlife, are well adapted to the local environment and are low maintenance. Visit their website

Bedford Sewing Battalion - Theresa Walker will be running a table at our market this year, representing the group of residents that have been sewing masks since this all started in March, and handing out free masks to any interested customers. They also welcome and accept donations of fabric and elastic material to aid in their mask making.

Bedford Veterinary Medical Center - Bedford Veterinary Medical Center is a brand new, state-of-the-art veterinary center dedicated to providing the highest quality veterinary care while treating their patients and clients with the utmost care and compassion. BVMC treats dogs, cats and exotic pets including rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, and more! Visit their website

Berkshire Gold Maple Syrup - Diane and Paul Phelps work together to bring locally made maple syrup, maple cream, candy and sugar to our market annually. Visit their website

C Spiczka Farm - A small New England farm operated and owned by Chad Spiczka, they are joining us from West Groton, MA bringing fresh produce, fruits and some fresh cut sunflowers. Visit their website

DJ's Pure Natural Honey - John Blake runs his honey business as a hobby to showcase his bee's and their remarkable honey and wax that they produce. John even sells a large variety of infused honey, honey sticks and comb honey. Visit their website

Everything Alpaca NH - Goldie & Jim run their alpaca farm in Brookline and bring their gorgeous alpaca made products to our market, and usually a member or two from their farm! Visit their website

Farmer Palmer Garlic - Dave and Paula Palmer plant, pick, and process all of their garlic by hand. Their garlic varieties are mixed together and slowly roasted to get a beautiful brown color and complex robust flavor. Their garlic powder and rocks are packaged in glass bottles to bring out the fresh flavor and scent with every grind. Their black garlic bulbs made from Purple Stripe and Rocambole varieties have flavors not available in other black garlic. Visit their website

Fresh Start Farms - Formed in 2011, Fresh Start Farms NH is a collective brand for immigrant and refugee farmers participating in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program, a program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success. They offer a CSA as well as bringing their own produce to our markets. Visit their website

G3 Baking - Bob Gehling, of Gehling's Gourmet Goodies specializes in yummy and tempting quick breads, yeast breads, corn breads as well as cookies, brownies, fudge and other pastries. Bob also brings a table full of gluten free items as well. Visit their website

Gilded Fern Farm - Family run farm in Contoocook, NH making artisanal cow, goat and sheep cheeses, yogurts, and Kefir drinks.

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Hoof & Feather Farm NH - Adam & Lauren run a small farm in Amherst, bringing to the market beef, pork, chicken, duck and chicken eggs. They also offer turkeys for Thanksgiving and occasionally duck eggs. Visit their website

Jennifer Lee's Bakery - Jennifer started her bakery when she was 17 years old, and after experimenting with many different flours, dairy free options, egg free options, and everything in between she finally was able to put out a line of products that was completely free of gluten, eggs, dairy, and nuts. She offers Top Ten Allergen Friendly products! Visit their website

Kitty Stoykovich Designs - In High School, Kitty joined a lapidary club in Florida and learned the art of stone cutting which naturally led to the desire to learn to set the stones. After college she moved to Atlanta, GA to study the art of jewelry design and became a Goldsmith and Silversmith, working as a jeweler for a high-end art and jewelry gallery for many years before moving with my family to New Hampshire. Come check out her gorgeous pieces, or maybe place a custom order for that special someone. Visit their website

Lakonia Olive Oil LLC - We are a fourth generation family farm with our history tied to the earth of Lakonia, Greece.  We are proud to offer our lovingly harvested products to you.  Single Estate, Single Variety EVOO, and Blended EVOO.  100% First Cold Pressed, and Unfiltered.   NO PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES of any kind ever!  Bottled in New Hampshire to State and FDA regulations.  Whether you're looking for Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil,  or Organic Kalamata Olives, We are your source.

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Laurel Hill Jams & Jellies - Owner Sue Stretch has been making jams & jellies since she was a young girl picking beach plums with her mother on Cape Cod. Laurel Hill gourmet jams and jellies contain no hidden extras, such as artificial colors or flavorings. The outstanding flavors come directly from using the best fruits and wines. The fruit jams & jellies and wine jellies are quintessentially New England, and are naturally gluten-free. Visit their website

New England Fishmongers - They are catching and selling sustainable seafood from their boat using traditional hook and line fishing techniques that ensure the highest quality fish with the lowest impact to the fragile ecosystem. With the numbers of small-scale fishermen dwindling in New England right now as a result of a consolidating industry, they believe in the importance of traceability and accountability in all seafood products. Visit their website

Rollin' In The Dough - Family owned and run bakery out of Franklin NH, specializing in pastries, breads, soups & sandwiches. For our market they bring down sheet trays of scrumptious goodies and their homemade loaf bread as well. Get there early to score a cinnamon roll before they are all gone! Visit their website

Roots Cafe & Catering - Amber and Josh Enright, will be joining us as new vendors this year, bringing coffee, tea, lemonade and prepared food items from their location in Hooksett. Their mission is to bring new life into a well known historical landmark by providing farm to table dining and quality food and service.  They also have a warm and welcoming space for local NH made crafts and foods. Visit their website

Sawyer Farm Solid Shampoo - Joining us from Gilford, Monica will be bringing her organic solid shampoo bars, a product inspired by her son Joseph who wanted to help reduce the waste from plastic bottles. Visit their website

Simple Pleasures Bakery - Kim owns and operates her own Microbakery, serving the region for over 25 years. She strives to offer top quality, always fresh products, including breads, cookies, pies and cakes. All of which are scratch baked!Visit their website 

Springs + Twigs - Rosalind started her company by making body butters when she was pregnant with her first child in 2007, after not being able to find the products already being produced that she needed. She will be bringing her deodorant, lip gloss, balms, scrubs, salves, tooth powder, mineral makeup, facial serums, lotions, bath bombs, bath soaks, candles and beard oils. Visit their website

Summerside Farm Market Lavender - Located right in Hollis, Bette is a part time vendor with us and bringing organic lavender in all different forms. She has fresh cut, bags of dried buds, potpourri sachets and much more. You can smell the fragrant lavender before you even reach her tent! Visit their website

The Seasoned Chef - Debbi McLain brings more than 25 years of food service experience to your table. Born and raised in New Hampshire,  she  grew  up  with  a  love  for  local, seasonal  cuisine. You will definitely want to check out her weekly menu and let Debbi do the cooking for a change! She will have prepared food options for you to take home and enjoy. Visit their website

The Tight Weave - Pam was a vendor at our market a few years back and will be joining us again this year with her handmade cotton potholders! She even has kits that you can buy to take home and make yourself! Visit their website

Victory Aquaponics - Gavin will be joining us for the first time this year, bringing his lettuce and leafy green products that are grown in his NH greenhouse using aquaponics. He is able to produce year round utilizing a few different methods of aquaponic systems. Visit their website

Woodman's Artisan Bakery - Bill will be joining us again this year with his European style Artisan Breads baked daily 100% from scratch. The variety of breads that he offers range from Country Boules to sourdoughs, flavored breads such as his Loaded Baked Potato sourdough, Cranberry Walnut, German Ryes, as well as Croissants, Pretzels, and more! Visit their website

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