Join us at our last Winter Farmers’ Market of the season, Saturday April 11

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It is hard to believe the Winter Farmers’ Market season is coming to a close! We are excited to invite you to our last market of the season at Exeter High School on Saturday April 11 from 10-2. It will be our Greens, Eggs, & Ham market with a Spring Greens Tasting, Information and Recipes to use a variety of available greens and eggs, which are both coming back into increased production with the longer and (slightly) warmer days. We’ll also be having a Spring Formal at the Winter Market and invite vendors and shoppers alike to come in fancy dress as we spring out of Winter.

ally ryan smallThe very talented duo of Alli Beaudry & Ryan Sandford will be back at the market to serenade and entertain. Patti Small of On the Edge Knife Sharpening will be back for out last market. Be sure to bring your kitchen utensils and garden tools for sharpening before getting back outside. At the Seacoast Eat Local Market Table you’ll find Certified Organic Seeds to start planning and planting for your own home grown produce this year. We’ll also have market totes, t-shirts, DIY books and more!

During the April 11 market we’ll have several guest groups joining the community to share about their work. Read more about their work below and be sure to visit their tables at market.

Bedrock Community Gardens is a 35 acre garden in Lee. The garden holds several open houses a year as well as community events, such as art classes, music in the garden, and yoga. The garden is also available for private tours and for use by school groups, gardening groups, etc.
Community Roots Farm Summer Camp is an organization dedicated to reconnecting children and their families to their community, their food, and the environment. They offer fun, educational, farm-based programs and summer camp for children as well as programs for the whole family.
NH Food Alliance efforts are aimed at strengthening the emerging and already vibrant food system network in NH, by working with existing efforts and initiatives, gathering information and data, and working to develop a shared agenda and vision for building a New Hampshire food system that works for all in New Hampshire.
Cornucopia Food Pantry will be collecting fresh food donations to support their pantry and provide fresh whole foods for are families and individuals in need. Consider picking up some extra veggies or eggs for donation. They currently serve over 1,500 customers, feeding over 6,000 people a year, not including their food basket program.

eggs monaSee you at the market!

 

 

 

 

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