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Wednesday, July 3 -- Beautiful Blooms

Come to the Canterbury Community Farmers Market Wednesday, July 3, and celebrate National Flower Week with our locally grown cut flowers, flowering plants and herbs. Call a friend or three, and we hope to see you at the Market!


Vendors This Week

Stock up with all kinds of local goodness for your 4th of July picnics and parties. This is just a sampling of what our wonderful vendors will have on July 3...

  • Blakeney’s – Shortcake biscuits for your holiday strawberry shortcake needs! Flavored breads, plain baguettes and batards, scones and pretzels.

  • Brookford Farm – Aged meats, cheese and krauts. Grilled cheese sandwiches made to order!

  • Café Mustard Seed – South India food to go. Take home some curry for dinner or enjoy your dish at the market while listening to our live music.

  • Canterbury Plantation – Kevin will be bringing a great selection of locally grown flowering plants and herbs for your outdoor garden.

  • Cookies and Cakes HOORAY! – Flower cupcakes! Plus flavored breads, cake push pops, cake slices, and matcha green tea gluten, dairy, sugar free vegan cookies.

  • Lofty View Farm – Fresh cut flower bouquets, flowery vanilla cupcakes, raw goats milk and goat milk feta from Purely Wholesome Farm.

  • Marsh Meadow Bison – Stock up on bison meat for summer grilling!

  • Meadows Pond Soaps – Lavender flowers and essential oils are used in her bar and foam soaps, Bug Off! and shampoos. Check out her selection of lovely homemade products.

  • North Family Farm - Fresh cut flower bouquets plus 2019 maple syrup, cream, sugar and candy. They will also be taking firewood orders.

  • Petals in the Pines – Donna will be back at the market, after an unexpected absence last week, serving up her famous Swedish Almond cake with strawberries and whipped cream. She will also have a “Bouquet Bar” of cut flowers so you can create your own bouquet. Plus leaf stone birdbaths, planters, hand stamped and dyed scarves, and flower coloring pages for the kiddos!

  • Sanborn Meadow Farm – Greens including mixed baby greens, arugula, lettuce, chard, beet greens, broccoli leaves, collards, scallions, radishes. Snap and snow peas!

  • Steve’s Original Sauces – It’s almost the Fourth of July so stock up on grilling sauces for your holiday BBQ’s! Steve will have NH Maple, Kentucky and Honey Sriracha sauces, plus barbecue seasoning.

  • Warner River Produce – Marigolds, purple gomphrena, strawberry fields gomphrena, mixed statice, orange calendula, Luna hibiscus and African blue basil. Plus a wide variety of vegetables and herbs.

  • 24 Karrot Baking and Tupelo Point Lavender will be back at the Market next week.

For a full list of vendors with their contact info, please check our website:


Music This Week by Dudley Laufman

LIVE music by Canterbury’s own treasure, Dudley Laufman, renowned contra and barn dance caller and musician. At age 88, Dudley is still fully engaged in a 70-year career as a dance caller throughout New England. He is a recipient of a 2009 National Heritage Fellowship awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts, which is the United States' highest honor in the folk and traditional arts. Listening to Dudley play is a slice of Americana more authentic than apple pie!


About the Market (just in case you forgot...)

  • Market runs from 4-6:30, rain or shine, in our traditional spot in the parking area and field next to the Elkins Library, 9 Center Road, Canterbury, NH.

  • If you are short on cash, you can use your credit or debit card at the Market Info tent to purchase wooden tokens accepted by all of our vendors and good at any Market this year!

  • Feel free to step inside the Elkins Library and check out their great book sale located inside the back door, right by the Market Info tent. Restrooms are available -- we try to be good neighbors so please help us keep them tidy!

  • Dogs are welcome at the Market, on leash only, and PLEASE be mindful of the heat! Cool water for hot dogs at the Market Info tent.

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