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This is it! Last market of the season!

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Hey Market Friends —
Last Tuesday Market of the season! Come gather goods for your Thanksgiving table and your holidays. Come wish us all restful winters of planning for next year. Come use up your Tuesday Market tokens before you lose them in your piles of things. Come get some bulk bags of carrots, onions, potatoes, ginger, apples, etc… to store up. Or a gallon of maple syrup or a couple pounds of honey or meat for your freezer or beans for your pantry.
wild mass cranberries
Gluten Free Bakery will be      back for one last time with their biscotti and tea cakes and bread. Bug Hill will be back one last time with gift boxes and wild Massachusetts cranberries (yum!). Mycoterra will be there with their beautiful mushrooms.
Thanks for coming to market all season long. We’ll be back in late April ready to feed you.
And although they aren’t on Tuesdays, our TWO (we are so lucky!) great weekly winter farmers markets will start up soon.
Here are the details.

Northampton Winter Farmers’ Market

Every Saturday 9am – 2pm

November 15th through April 18th

Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School

30+ vendors most weeks

Accepts SNAP


Amherst Winter Farmers’ Market

December 6th through March 28th (except 1/17)

10am – 2pm

Amherst Middle School, 170 Chestnut Street

Featuring 35 vendors every market

Accepts SNAP

Finally, there were a great many new things at market this season that made us excited.
 red fire farm
Red Fire Farm joined the market.
gluten free bakeryTwo new bakeries, Tart and Gluten Free Bakery, brought popular, delicious baked goods of all kinds.
beets and barleyBeets and Barley brought yummy noodles and salads and cookies.
nuestras farmers
Rentas Family Farmers from Nuestras Raices Farm in Holyoke joined the market.
We made a stage that also happens to transport all market supplies.
bag share sewers
With the help of many, we started a bagshare program.
What will happen next?
See you tomorrow for the warmest day of the week.
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