Greenfield Farmers Market, Sat, Sep 24, 2022

Greenfield Farmers Market

Greenfield Farmers Market

Saturday, September 24, 8:00 am until 12:30 pm
Court Square, Greenfield, MA

Happy fall! Get ready for a fun-filled market this weekend. Visit Court Square to get your weekly farmer's market haul, enjoy music from local favorite, Rob Skelton's Pitchfork, and grab lunch from Cocina Lupita's food truck. Not only will you have all of your market favorites - we are joined by Greenfield Vintage Days! Starting at 9:30 and running every 30 minutes you can catch a Historic Trolley Ride from in front of Hawks and Reed. Starting at 10am, you can find “Greenfield History Pop-up” with exhibits by Greenfield’s Historic Commission and the Historical Society of Greenfield demos including flax spinning with Historic Deerfield and blacksmithing by Pierce Street Ironworks. Around 10:30am, the Vintage Tractor Parade will arrive at the Market and remain parked on Court Square for our market visitors to check out.

Please see below for the full list of vendors that will be at the market tomorrow:

  • Ahlbin’s Fire Cider is a tried-and-true take on this well-known traditional folk remedy. The recipe combines local raw apple cider vinegar with powerful ingredients, including raw local honey! The spicy, savory and slightly sweet Fire Cider is a perfect balance of bite, tang, and sweetness to satisfy your Fire Cider cravings. They will have samples!
  • Balky Farm is back! Just in time for the cooler weather, you can find handmade blankets, yarn, wool balls, wool items, sheep skins, felting kits, and quilts! Balky farm will also have lamb and goat meat for sale, perfect dinner on a chilly night!
  • Greenfield is so lucky to have farmers like Bostrom Farm, who brings fresh, grass fed beef, pork, and ham to our market every Saturday. Stop by for their select products, which may change slightly each week.
  • Stop by the Cocina Lupita food truck for El Salvadoran food and breakfast foods! Cocina will also be serving coffee!
  • Cootware Aparies and Twist, Dab, and Throw will join us with fresh, local honey, handcrafted ceramics, artwork, and jewelry.
  • Checkerspot Farm will join the market mid-summer with Native plants for private gardens: Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus, Bearded Tongue (several varieties), pussy toes, Virginia Strawberry, Wild Bergamont, Rose Milkweed, Purple Coneflower, blue-eyed grass, Bottlebrush grass, Inland sea oats, Allegheny monkey flower, Great lobelia, Cardinal Flower, Steeplebush, Nine bark, Columbine, Ironweed, New England Asters... and more!
  • David W Henion has been an active ceramic artist for twenty years and has been growing South African Succulents from seed, and other species from cuttings for years. You may have seen David and his succulents I in front of our his bakery in Amherst, “The Henion Bakery”. Now retired from baking, David joins the greenfield Market with hand make porcelain ceramics, rare plants, and succulents.
  • A one-baker micro-business, Hearthstone Artisan Bakery sources wheat and rye berries from family farms and mills whole grain flours fresh while making their sourdough breads.
  • Just Roots is a tenacious and equity focused organization with a goal to change the food system by creating equitable access to healthy, local food in Western Massachusetts, and working toward just, vibrant, and sustainable farm and food systems everywhere. At the market, you will find culinary herbs, vegetables, fruit, dry goods, and Just Roots merchandise! Vist their vendor page for the full list of products available.
  • Lyonsville Farm is a woman-owned 3 acre farm in Buckland. We grow a wide range of vegetables, flowers, and plants using organic practices. Raspberries, strawberries, herbs, vegetables, starts, annuals, perennials, fresh and dried flower bouquets, eggs.
  • PickNature is a small local shop that offers botanical jewelry and objects as an hommage to Nature. This year PickNature collaborates with woodworking friend, Alix, and will be offering an even larger selection of wooden items like spoons and mobiles.
  • Peter and PK Industries brings annuals, perennials, jams and jellies to the market each Saturday.
  • Sweet Pea Cottage Industries creates unique paper crafts and textile arts using both new and recycled materials. Her handcrafted cards and envelopes are treasured by many who send and receive them. MacDougall creates woolen hearts of various sizes, some with inspirational messages, and offers sock and woolen repair through her venture known as "Darn-it-all"!
  • Sunrise Farms is a 5th Generation family owned and operated Maple Farm in Colrain, Ma. Our Syrup is boiled in a state of the art electric Evaporator that is offset with renewable, zero carbon solar arrays right on the farm. We currently offer a full range of Organically Certified Maple Products including Maple Syrup, Cream, Candy and Sugar. Maple Syrup & rhubarb, fire wood, pumpkins, gift baskets, small tree saplings, maple candy, cream.
  • Underline Farm is a small-scale regenerative farm in Easthampton, Massachusetts producing pasture-raised meat and eggs using organic methods. At the Greenfield Market, youl will find frozen whole chickens and cuts.

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