Last Blast of Winter
Breaking News: Local Business Giveaway
I am excited to announce that tomorrow at the Greenfield Winter Farmers’ Market we are holding a local business giveaway. You can win a gift certificate to the Greenfield Farmer’s Cooperative, World Eye Bookshop, The Brass Buckle or Plum. Stop by and enter to win, and share the news, there are enough prizes to go around!
Greenfield Winter Farmers’ Market
TOMORROW, March 1, 10-1
Take Silver Street to Kent Ave.
Parking for the market is on your first left.
Our FINAL Greenfield Winter Farmers’ Market is TOMORROW. Spring is on the way, but we still have a little time before you will see us on the town green. And I’m hearing rumors of another snowstorm coming in on Sunday. Time to be New England practical and stock up!
We’ve got our salad greens, fresh herbs, garlic, squash, turnips, parsnips, cabbage, meat products, goat cheese, honey, jam, maple syrup, cordials, bread, beautiful organic clothing, herbal beauty products, art, books, mohair gloves and more. It’s our last chance to get the best goods around until we meet again at the end of April–do not miss it.
So bring it on winter weather, we know spring is coming and we will not be discouraged. We’ll just hunker down with our Winter Market bounty and wait you out.
See you tomorrow.
*A big thank you to all who came out to kick off Winter Fare with us last month at the Market. Our Winter Farmers’ Market was the first in the state of Massachusetts and came to life via the volunteer creators of the Winter Fare. We are so fortunate that Winter Fare continues to work in tandem with the Winter Market and kicks off a rousing week-long celebration of local food on location with us at the Market. It was a spirited day of fun and sharing and a welcome refuge from the doldrums of winter. Thank you to Last Night’s Fun, who brought such warm atmosphere with their music, Hope and Olive, The Brass Buckle and The Cookie Factory who raised money for SNAP with delicious soup, the amazing workshop leaders, Aaron Falbe, Danny Botkin, Mark Lattanzi, Rachel Scherer and Leslie Chaison. Thank you to CISA, an organization that is the backbone of the local food movement. And thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers–those who planned Winter Fare, and those who showed up the day of and made every little detail possible.
As always, the market will be accepting SNAP benefits.
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Interested in being a Market Vendor? Below you will find links to the Greenfield Farmers’ Market application form and guidelines:
Click here for our operating guidelines
Click here for a Greenfield Farmers’ Market Vendor Applications 2013-2014
(Farm Credit: Red Fire Farm)