Use the links below in case you want to contact one of our great vendors. They may attend winter markets, or have farm stands, stores, or websites where you can visit and purchase from them in the winter season.
Farms, Orchards, Gardens, Kitchens
Arándano Farm / Gluten Free or Die Bakery (Belmont)
Gluten Free (celiac safe) baked goods. Micro greens. Organic-fed,
pastured chicken. Chicken/duck eggs. Pork, lamb/mutton.
Paul Gareau, (603) 409-2871
Big Trees Bread Company (Canterbury)
Sourdough breads and baked goods.
Bagels from NH (Northfield)
NY Style Homemade Bagels.
Sheryl Tedford, (603) 344-3390
Brookford Farm (Canterbury)
Raw milk, cheese, cultured dairy products,
lacto-fermented products, grass-fed meat,
eggs, organic vegetables. 250 W. Road, Canterbury.
Jodie Martinez, (603) 742-4084
Dumont Farms (Loudon)
Pork, beef, chicken, turkey. Pre-orders only.
Noah Dumont, (603) 393-0123
Fen Ridge Farm (Loudon)
Specialty jams and jellies.
Tyler Moser, (603) 267-8929
Fresh Start Farms (Concord)
Large variety of market vegetables. Plus a variety of culturally significant crops.
Emma Richmond-Boudowyns, (302) 803-7375, (603) 296-0443
Lindon Garlic Farm (Loudon)
Fresh garlic, garlic powder, garlic granules and chips. Value
added garlic products including garlic jams and honeys.
Don Womack, (603) 520-3342/ (603) 267-9017
Marsh Meadow Bison (Canterbury)
Bison meat, bison tallow soap and other related bison products.
Available at the Market or call the farm.
Katie Archer, (603) 848-5465
Nookies Dog Cookies (Contoocook)
All natural small batch dog cookies, plus a variety of hand-made
dog accessories including beds, bandanas, coats, etc.
Bonnie Cobb, (302) 249-4274
North Family Farm (Canterbury)
NH Certified organic maple syrup, maple candy, maple cream,
maple sugar, raw honey from our hives, and cut flowers.
Jill McCullough, (603) 783-4712 or (603)-496-1716
O’Blossom Farm (Deerfield)
Fresh flowers, teas, jams and relishes.
Ellen O’Donnell, (603) 706-2424
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, (603) 783-0220 or cell (603) 8322
Sanborn Meadow Farm (Canterbury)
Fresh eggs from hens eating organic soy-free feed and spending their
days on pasture. Eggs also available at the Canterbury Country Store,
and by honor system at the farm.
Kathy Doherty (603) 340-8955
Shamrock Hill Home Gardens (Center Barnstead)
Artisan yeast breads, jams/jellies, perennials and herbs.
Lizzie Dionne, (603) 305-3590
Sloping Acres Farm (Canterbury)
Sweet corn and beef.
Fiina Glines, (978) 877-6074
Sugar Bones Farm (Canterbury)
Maple syrup, maple sugar, maple fudge, maple "nerds."
Hardwood shavings (ash, oak, maple) for starting your
woodstove or charcoal grill. Blackberries in season.
Dale Cochrane , (603) 234-5067
Hand pies, pies, prepared soups/salads, cookies,
scones, other baked goods and savory items.
Chelsea Annett, (603) 856-1588
Turning Mill Farm (Canterbury)
Certified organic vegetables.
Andrew Messinger , (603) 573-8949
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, chicken and (once in a while) duck eggs.
Jim Ramaneck, (603) 491-4203
Wild Berry Farm (Sanbornton)
Value added maple products including berry and maple
fruit spreads, spices, dry mixes, fleece products.
Nancy Mangs, (603) 266-7898
Witching Hour Coffee / Witching Hour Provisions (Contoocook)
Freshly roasted coffee, individual cups of coffee. Refill of eco-friendly
laundry detergent, dish soap, and more.
Alyssa McKeon, (413) 210-4372
Crafters, Artisans, Photographers, Woodworkers
Canterbury Soapworks (Canterbury)
Handmade soaps, lotions, shampoo, dish soap, bath balms, lip balms.
Vicki Chase, (603) 731-7653
Diane Louise Paul Leather Artisan (North Hampton)
High quality, one-of-a-kind leather goods and metal works.
Diane Louise Paul, (603) 531-1405
Julia’s Array (Canterbury)
Handmade products including decor and essential oil products. Winter markets only.
Julia Barton (603) 783-6157
Kathie Fife Photography and Fabric Arts (Canterbury)
Focus on NH nature themes and historic preservation.
Fine Art Photography and handmade fabric art gifts.
Kathie Fife (603) 783-9334
Meadows Pond Soaps (Canterbury)
Soaps, lip balms, lotions, shampoo, bug repellents, CBD balms.
Sustainable, mostly organic, and local ingredients.
Janet King, (603) 227-9989
Miss Catherine’s Threads (Franklin)
Hand spun wool yarn, hand knitted hats, scarves, mitts, etc.
Catherine Goodmen, 934-6561
Old Ways Traditions (Canterbury)
Wooden bowls, totes, toys and pegboard.
Dave Emerson, (603) 783-4403
Suzanne Connor (Northfield)
Handmade, original fiber sea creatures.
Suzanne Connor, (603) 934-6248
Wes Ripple (Northfield)
Hand carved songbirds, Spirit Feathers and feather pins.
Wes Ripple, 934-6248
Additional Guest Vendors
Lakonian Olive Oil (Manchester)
Our oil comes from a fourth generation family farm located 12km south of Sparta, Greece, in the province of Lakonia. This gives our oil a Protected Geographical Indication. Single Estate, Single Variety EVOO, and Blended EVOO. 100% First Cold Pressed, and Unfiltered. No pesticides or herbicides of any kind, ever! Note: Our oil is Bottled in New Hampshire to State and FDA regulations.
Blakeney's Bakery (Hopkinton)
Blakeney’s was founded in the summer of 2013. Our goal is to produce high quality artisan breads in a variety of flavors, as well as other baked goods to our community and beyond. We use local organic ingredients whenever possible in all of our baking.
Granite Firefly Candle Company (Concord)
Each candle is individually hand poured and created in small batches. Because of this, there is an inherently unique quality to each one. Like snowflakes, no two are exactly the same. The wax is clean burning and non-toxic to people and pets. Granite Fireflies are long-burning, averaging 60-80 hours.
Winding Wicks Farm (Chichester)
Winding Wicks Farm has been raising Romney sheep for over 25 years, striving to raise the
highest quality breeding stock, fiber and lamb possible. Romney Sheep are dual purpose—meaning we raise them for both their meat and wool. Their meat products include lamb chops, steaks, ground lamb, leg roast and sausage. They will also be bringing wool hat and socks to the Market.
You can find Winding Wicks Farm at 275 Bear Hill Rd., Chichester, NH.
Sleazy Vegan Food Truck
We serve vegan, whole food plant-based, and gluten friendly meals but you don't have to be a vegan to enjoy great food from our food truck. All diets and ideals are welcome. We just want to feed you!