Come in from the cold at the Winter Farmers’ Market!
As the song says, “Oh the weather outside is frightful!” Ah, January in New England. Let’s be optimistic and call it “bracing.” No matter how you phrase it, winter now seems to have kicked it up a notch. But instead of hibernating, come out to the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market on Saturday, January 12th in Exeter for an amazing opportunity to feed your body and rejuvenate your soul. At the market, you’ll find the makings for wholesome winter feasts, along with unique products that nourish the body, the earth, and the local community. Heartfelt thanks to our local food producers whose efforts make fresh food available in these cold and snowy months, and to our many consumers who help sustain their businesses year-round. So when Saturday rolls around, come out of your cave, unwrap a few layers, bask in the warmth of the companionship of family and friends, and enjoy great local food, live music, fun activities for the kids, and more!
- Lamb is the featured food of the day — Coppal House Farm, John Crow Farm, Patridge Farm, Popper’s Artisanal Meats, Riverslea Farm, and Top of the Hill Farm will all be bringing our featured food, lamb, to our January 12th market. Drop by the Seacoast Eat Local table and pick up some recipe cards!
- Kids Activities with a Scavenger Hunt by Cooking Matters and crafts with Screamers Cafe will entertain kids while parents shop!
- Non-Profits at the Market — The Rockingham Planning Commission will be on hand to discuss important land use topics in the area; be sure to stop by and find out what a great resource they are, with tons of information!
- Food donations will be collected by the St. Vincent de Paul Society Food Pantry, fresh foods welcome!
- Live music at the market with Jeff Warner!
- Composting for all disposables — EcoMovement Consulting and Hauling will be helping us close the loop between food and soil fertility at our markets!
About the Location
Exeter High School is located at 315 Epping Road, Exeter, NH. Follow Route 101 to exit 9, then Route 27 west 1.8 miles. Here’s a map!
For more information: www.seacoasteatlocal.org