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Tuesday Market- October 24- Rain or Shine!

 

There’s no denying it, the weather for Tuesday Market is looking pretty wet this week. That won’t stop our vendors from packing up, heading over, setting up and selling their goods throughout the afternoon. Pack your umbrella and plan a visit to the market. Maybe you won’t linger as long as usual but you’ll be glad to bring some fresh food home. You’ll also make our vendors’ day by supporting them and they’ll love you for it!

 

 

Rainy Day Special! Double (or maybe triple!) stamps on Loyalty Cards for our hardy customers who brave the rain!
You might know Kristin Nicholas as the friendly woman selling lamb for her family’s farm, Leyden Glen, at market each week, but did you know that Kristen is a talented and well-known artist? She just wrapped up a successful pottery sale a few weekends ago. You can follow her blog to see what she’s been up to and Kristin will be selling some of her pottery pieces at the market for the rest of the season. Kristin’s bright and beautiful pottery would be a great gift for a loved one (or yourself!). 
We have quite a collection of Lost and Found items at the market tent, including LOTS of water bottles. If you think you may have forgotten something at the market, stop by to check this week and next. On November 7th we will offer all of the items for free to anyone who’s interested in them and after that everything will be donated. 

All these folks will be at Tuesday Market on 10/24:

Hungry Ghost Bread
Botanica
Beets and Barley
Old Friends Farm*
Leyden Glen Lamb
Cricket Creek Farm
Red Fire Farm*
Sage Meadow Farm
Laughing Tomato Pizza
Hart Farm*
Red Barn Honey
Grace Hill Dairy
Justamere Tree Farm
Crabapple Farm*
Wingate Farm*
Apex Orchard
Park Hill Orchard*

And music throughout the afternoon from Rachel Leader and Grow Food Northampton’s own Ellena Baum!


*HIP Accepted
 

Tuesday Market happens every Tuesday until November 7th.
1:30-6:30 p.m.
Downtown Northampton. Between the Parking Garage and Thornes.

 

 

 

 

 

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