This is the list of vendors that will be at our market this summer. Please view each vendor's website separately to learn more about their products and services. We try to keep this list as up to date as possible.
Pasture-raised, organically-fed, whole chickens, eggs, pork (in winter), celiac-safe, gluten-free baked goods, organically grown vegetables and microgreens, upcycled products.
Paul Gareau, 409-2871
NY Style Homemade Bagels.
Sheryl Tedford, 344-3390
Various tomato and pepper varieties, corn, squash, herbs.
Biliana Mihaylova, 617-839-6829
Blakeney’s Bakery (Contoocook)
Artisan breads, boules, baguettes, batards, limpas, ciabattas, scones, cookies, soft pretzels.
Brenda & David White, 496-4306
Canterbury Alpaca and Llama (Canterbury)
Fawn and Mahogany Alpaca rovings for spinning and Sheep fleece for crafts … (like snow balls for making Snowmen).
Pat Peck , 267-7698
Handmade bath soaps, lotions, bath fizzies (aka bath "bombs"), dish soap, and
laundry soap, lip balm.
Vicki Chase, 731-7653
Fruit and Berry Wines and Chaga Mushroom Tincture.
Peter Austin, 731-4563
High quality, one-of-a-kind leather goods.
Diane Louise Paul, 531-1405
Pork, beef, and chicken.
Noah Dumont, 393-0123
Fen Ridge Farm (Loudon)
Tyler Moser, 267-8929
Fresh cut flowers, vegetables, and greens.
Minata Toure, 706-748-1468
Orchard and field fruits, vegetables, honey, cider donuts, fresh cider (in season). Asparagus, blueberries, and apples also available at the Canterbury Country Store (in season).
Harry Weiser, 783-4248
Hannah’s Gifts can be purchased at the 3 local Osborne Agway’s;
Hooksett, Concord or Winnisquam. Linda can be contacted for Memory Mittens. If you have a sweater from a loved who has passed or just a personal sweater, Linda can make a special
pair of mittens or sometimes several pairs.
Lettuce, mixed greens, root vegetables, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, onions, garlic,
herbs, microgreens, and eggs.
Jacob Midura, 657-0194
Julia’s Array (Canterbury)Essential oil products (after sun spray, bug bite relief rollers, scented rollers, lavender burn and hand cream), shirts, signs, framed art and other beautiful craft items.Julia Barton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Liliana Flower Farm (Loudon)
Potted perennials, annuals, vegetable 6-packs.
Anna Carlson, 568-1644
Marsh Meadow Bison (Canterbury)
Bison meat, bison tallow soap and other related bison products. Available at the
Market or call the farm.
Katie or Wally Archer, 783-0083
Soaps, lotions, shampoos, lip balms. Also available at the Canterbury Country Store.
Janet King, 227-9989
Miss Catherine’s Threads (Franklin)
Hand spun wool yarn, hand knitted hats, scarves, mitts, etc.
Catherine Goodmen, 934-6561
Wine, dessert toppings, smoked pepperoni.
Alfred Duguay and Amy Pitman, 254-6051
All natural small batch dog cookies.
Bonnie Cobb, (302) 249-4274
NH Certified organic maple syrup, maple candy, maple cream, maple sugar, raw honey
from our hives, and cut flowers.
Jill McCullough, 783-4712
Herbal teas, dried and fresh herbs, fresh and dried flower bouquets.
Ellen O’Donnell, 706-2424
Old Ways Traditions (Canterbury)
Wooden bowls, totes, toys and pegboard.
Dave Emerson, 783-4403
Petals in the Pines (Canterbury)
Fresh-cut floral bouquets and designs from our gardens (seasonal); leaf stem bird baths,
planters, Lazy Susan’s. Botanical-themed silk scarves. Swedish almond cakes.
Donna Miller, 783-0220
Piper Brook Sweets & Treats (Wilmot)
Cakes-loaf/layer; international treats-German, Italian, Mexican, Cuban, Scottish, etc; gourmet marshmallows & s'mores kits; homemade corn tortillas.
Adele Moffatt, 760-610-3975
Purely Wholesome Farm (Loudon)
Raw goat milk, handcrafted raw goat and cow milk cheeses, fresh homemade butter, goat milk soaps and lotions and other products.
Dennis Schaefer, 988-4109
Roving Vines Farm (Chichester)
Arranged native wildflower, perennial and annual flower bouquets. Build your own flower
Caitlin Hoffman, 568-9695
Organic saffron and saffron infused raw honey, saffron extract, saffron teas, saffron tinctures, saffron petal soy candles, saffron infused salves and masks.
Ashley Salvatore, 860-1490
Sweet corn and beef.
Nicole Glines, 833-1124
Alpaca products, homemade items, baked goods, herbs, dipping oils, vinegars,
mustards, and jellies.
Barbie Tilton, 783-9436 (Cell) 608-0012
Baked goods including scones, cookies, cake, pastries, etc.
Chelsea Amott, 856-1588
Warner River Produce (Webster)
Wide variety of winter vegetables, greens, microgreens, dried culinary/medicinal herbs and herb blends, apples, frozen blueberries, strawberries and plum tomatoes, dried plum and cherry tomatoes, raw honey, shiitake mushrooms, and chicken and (once in a while) duck eggs
Jim Ramaneck, 491-4203
Hand carved songbirds, Spirit Feathers and feather pins.
Wes Ripple, 934-6248
Maple syrup, cream, sugar, maple infused spices, maple & berry toppings, dryer balls, felted soaps, nesting balls for birds.
Nancy Mangs, 266-7898
Wild Bloom Beer (Henniker)
Beer brewed in NH using local hops & grain from Maine & NH.
Beth Ibitz, (860) 965-9135
Freshly roasted, sustainably sourced coffee beans, bags of roasted coffee, individual cups
of hot or iced.
Alysson McKeon, (413) 210-4372