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Sat., Nov. 16, INDOOR Market, 10am-1pm

The Indoor Market is located at the Canterbury Elem. School Gym,

15 Baptist Road, just up the hill from the center of Canterbury!

Have you missed us? Well, we have certainly missed YOU and the sunny Wednesday afternoons in the center! However, we are happy to say that you can find us INDOORS this coming Sat., Nov. 16 at the Canterbury Elementary School gym!

We encourage you to SHOP HERE FIRST and see how many delicious food items and creative crafts you can get at the Market before you venture out to the big box stores. We give thanks this harvest season to all of our supporters who make the effort to keep things local and SHOP HERE FIRST.

At the Indoor Market you will find many of your favorite summer vendors, plus a few new faces who join us in the colder weather...

Betty’s Kitchen and Bakery – Betty will have her whole wheat and seeded bread loaves (the ones she sold at the Canterbury Country Store).

Blakeney’s Bakery – Pre-ordered bread available for pick up at Sanborn Meadow Farm’s table.

Hazel Moon Botanicals – Hazel Moon combines intuition with science, creating Aromatherapy and natural skin care products in small batches. Balms, salves, lotions, and our ever-popular organic tea-infused lip balms will all be available. We will also have a selection of handcrafted accessories and playthings from Whimsical Roots for ages 0-99.

Jen Hopkins Wreaths – Fresh wreaths made in Canterbury by artist Jen Hopkins with local balsam & berries from the farm--colorful and festive sign of the season.

Julia’s Array – Essential Oil Products, Make Your Own Essential Oil Scent Roller, Coasters, Cards, Count Down to Xmas Signs, Fall Décor

Margaret the Sock Lady – If you are in need of some nice warm washable wool socks or need some new colors to add to your sock collection, come on Saturday as Margaret will not be at the December market. Socks make great gifts! All socks are guaranteed “freshly cranked” by Margaret!

Marsh Meadow – Bison roasts will be great for a special holiday dinner. Also available will be ground sausage, burgers, and freshly made bison jerky."

Melissa Greenawalt Art – Nature and nose photography as well as original hand-lettered illustrated signs. Stock up on cards and gifts for the holidays season!

Our Place Farm – Big selection of pork. New wool braided rugs and over 30 flavors of jam.

Petals in the Pines – Swedish Almond Cakes and Shaker Squash Rolls. Both freeze well if you want to save them for Thanksgiving. Mini-pumpkins and gourds decorated with dried flowers great for Thanksgiving table centerpieces, leaf stone bird baths, hand-stamped & dyed silk scarves, and wool fringe Christmas trees.

Red Fox Farm – Stock up on relishes, garlic scapes, pickles, and fruit spreads. For some items, this will be the last time they are available for quite a while as Daryl Hoitt/Red Fox Farm reshapes their farm business. Also, costume jewelry for sale.

Sanborn Meadow Farm – The final batch of kale and lettuce mix. Other greens (spinach, mixed, arugula) are dependent on what survives the Arctic blast and if it warms up enough to harvest by Friday. Lots of red and yellow storage onions and shallots, loose and in 2 lb. bags. Fresh sage bundles for your Thanksgiving turkey (weather dependent!).

24 Karrot Baking – Personal and full-size pecan pies, Armenian sweet bread, and slices of carrot cake in addition to the usual selection of treats. Also, a variety of low-carb, diabetic friendly treats. Accepting holiday orders at the market or any time before or after through our website

Also at the Market:

Warner River Produce (winter hardy veggies, dried beans, garlic, etc.)

Red Manse Farm (organic produce and salsas)

Fen Ridge Farm (specialty wine jellies)

North Family Farm (syrup and maple products, honey, woven pot holders)

Meadow Pond Soaps (soaps, salves, and balms)

Hackleboro Orchards (apples, winter squash, cider)

Old Ways Traditions (Shaker peg board, turned wooden bowls, cutting boards and more)

Friends of the Library (“Frontier” dried soup mixes)

Parker’s Chocolates (variety of solid, dipped, filled chocolates)

Canterbury 4-H

Capital City Sunrise Rotary (bird seed wreaths)

White Oak Dairy


**PLAN AHEAD: The next indoor Market is Saturday, December 14. Also at the CES gym, and also from 10am-1pm. Hope to see you at one or both markets! **

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