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A is for Apple & B is for Berry - Wednesday, Sept. 18th

A is for Apple & B is for Berry Week!


Come to the Canterbury Community Farmers Market on Wednesday September 18 from 4 – 6:30 p.m. and check out the yummy fruity things available from our vendors. Orchard fruits are in full swing and warm, delicious baked goods made with those fruits welcome in the cooler weather.




Vendors News

Below is just a tiny sampling of what our hard-working vendors have to offer this week. Be sure to walk all the way to the back of the Market so you won't miss any of our sweets, produce, and crafts!


Blakeney’s Bakery – Try their delicious apple caramel scones this week! Their yummy batards, boules, scones and pretzels will also be available.


Lofty View Farm – Yummy fruit pies that you must try! Check out their home brewed fruit sodas and lemonades as well.


Marsh Meadow Bison – B is for BISON too! Canterbury’s own bison farm has bison burgers, steaks, roasts and stew meat. These delicious proteins can be enjoyed with all kinds of later season fruits.


Meadows Pond Soaps – A is for Activated Charcoal! Janet has detoxifying soaps and face masks made with activated charcoal. Check out the rest of her collection of homemade soaps, lotions and balms, including CBD balms.


Sanborn Meadow Farm – Arugula, mixed greens, kale, chard, collards, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, shallots and fresh-cut herbs. Their table is over flowing!


24 Karrot Baking – Apple cinnamon muffins and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies to welcome in the fall season, mmmmmm! 24 Karrot will also be with us each week for the next three Markets.


READY TO EAT -- Check to see what ready-to-eat goodness is available this week! There is no reason to be hungry at the Market!! Brookford Farm will be serving their fresh grilled cheese with a side of their own delicious kraut, Lewis Farms will be serving up something creative, fresh and tasty, and Cafe Mustard Seed will warm you up with the spicy goodness of Southern India cuisine. Remember, you can always make your own picnic of fresh bread, cheese, fruit, and relish and find a spot to nosh at one of the picnic tables near the music.


Salty Rose -- Ask for a sample of Pepita Mylk made with organic pumpkin seeds. Ask if there are any lattes available this week, because if there are, you will want to try one!


READY TO EAT -- Check to see what ready-to-eat goodness is available this week! There is no reason to be hungry at the Market!! Brookford Farm will be serving their fresh grilled cheese with a side of their own delicious kraut, Lewis Farms will be serving up something creative, fresh and deelish, and Cafe Mustard Seed will warm you up with the spicy goodness of Southern India. Remember, you can always make your own picnic of fresh bread, cheese, fruit, and relish and find a spot to nosh at one of the picnic tables near the music.

Live Market Music


This week is the last in our “Music by Paul” series, with live music by Paul Warnick.

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