September 25th Canterbury Farmers Market News
Fall Frolic Week!
It’s Fall Frolic time at the Canterbury Community Farmers Market this Wednesday, September 25th from 4-6:30 pm. This week you will find lots of winter squash, potatoes, carrots, apples, and preserves. We welcome the CES 5th Graders who each year grow and sell pumpkins and gourds to support their field trip to Nature’s Classroom!
Below is just a tiny sampling of what our hard-working vendors have to offer this week. Check to see what ready-to-eat goodness is available this week! There is no reason to be hungry at the Market!!
Blakeney’s Bakery – Blakeney’s will be bringing caramel apple, apple cinnamon and pumpkin curry ginger scones this week. OMG Yummy! Also, they will provide the rye bread for Brookford Farm’s delicious grilled cheese!
Brookford Farm – Grilled cheese sandwiches are back! Plus all of their usual krauts, organic vegetables, and 100% grass fed dairy.
Meadows Pond Soaps – Janet has a new honeysuckle lotion that contains organic coconut, olive, jojoba, argan oils and shea and cocoa butters and Vitamin E. There will be a sample for people to try.
North Family Farm - Organic local maple syrup, candy and cream. Their limited edition of bourbon barrel aged syrup is one of a kind amazing! Also a variety of potholders that will help add color to your kitchen and assist you with all your fall baking! They make great hostess gifts instead of a bottle of wine.
Our Place Farm – Among the dozens of flavors of jam, Misty has 7 varieties with made with peaches! Pork shoulder roasts and newly completed wool braided rugs for the coming chilly nights.
Sanborn Meadow Farm – The last of the tomatoes! Plus greens, carrots, cucumbers, onions, shallots and fresh cut herbs.
Live Market Music
Mary Ellen's Basket Donations
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”!