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Blues and Blueberries - Market News for July 24th

Blues and Blueberries! It’s blueberry season! Come to the Canterbury Community Farmers Market this Wednesday, July 24th at 4 pm and enjoy bluesy music, beautiful blue fruit, and fresh blueberry shortcake with cream.

Our local vendors also will have a good selection of produce, pasture-raised meats, garlic, dairy, eggs, maple and sweet stuff, fresh baked goods, flowers, and crafts.

This week, we will be collecting donations for Mary Ellen’s Basket, the charitable giving program of the market, accepting donations of cash, market tokens, or market goods for community families in need. Please help us live up to our motto “It takes a community to feed a community”!

Vendors News

Below is just a sampling of what our wonderful vendors will have this week:

Blakeney’s – Plain blueberry scones, dark chocolate blueberry scones, and blueberry blackberry raspberry scones. Plus an assortment of yummy flavored breads, plain baguettes and batards, and pretzels.

Meadows Pond Soaps – Unique soy candles featuring repurposed jars and containers. A wide variety of soaps and lotions too.

Our Place Farm – Fresh blueberry and triple berry jam plus other canned goodies.

Red Manse Farm - Lettuce, beets, scallions, squash, zucchini, and cucumbers, along with the usual maple syrup and canned goods.

Sanborn Meadow Farm – Greens including tatsoi, lettuce, chard, kale plus summer squash.

Warner River Produce – Jim will have blueberries and a wide variety of produce.

24 Karrot Baking - Blueberry lemon cupcakes made with fresh local blueberries in addition to the usual menu of cupcakes and coconut macaroons.

For a full list of vendors, please check our website:

Live Market Music

Live music this week provided by Audrey Drake! On her Facebook page, Audrey Drake, "has a unique style that will touch your soul with her angelic voice, excellent musicianship and heartfelt story telling. Reminiscent of Cambridge coffee houses in the 70's, listeners are transported to poignant moments in their lives of love, loss and joy."

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