Jenness Farm Annual Holiday Open House, November 24 – December 1

Jenness Farm Annual Holiday Open House
77 Garland Road, Nottingham, NH
Friday, November 24 – Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012
10 am – 6 pm each day

Join us at Jenness Farm for our Annual Holiday Open House starting Friday, Nov. 24th and going right through Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. PLEASE NOTE: this year we will NOT be open every day from the day after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve. We are open our regular store hours of Wednesday-Sunday, 10am – 6pm. HOWEVER, the store will be open on Monday, December 24th for last minute shopping from 10am – 4pm. And now that you are sufficiently confused…let’s move on….

Get in the holiday gift giving spirit with a hot cup of mulled cider and homemade cookies to snack on while you browse our large selection of ALL HANDMADE bath and body products. We will be offering tastings of the many jams and jellies we carry in the store along with samples of goat milk cheese. In store specials will be happening during the open house as well, and if all that wasn’t enough…you’ll receive 10% off you entire purchase (excluding food products)!

Don’t miss out….the in store specials and 10% discount end at the end of the day on Saturday, December 1, 2012.

Also….so important…..during this holiday season and all through the year….SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES….or they will go away. We couldn’t do this without your support…THANK YOU!

For more information or directions to the shop please call 603-942-8051 or email

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