Great news! This week we’ll have Peace Valley Farm’s early sugar snap peas, in addition to a wide array of fresh herbs and veggies – including lettuces, radishes, spinach, cucumbers, kale, collards, scallions, parsley, and rainbow chard – from our other local farms!
The market is also a perfect place to grab a delicious lunch! Robin Lenz will make you an amazing grilled cheese sandwich, or you could eat a yummy burger, chicken teriyaki, Portabella mushroom or lobster roll from Hobson’s Choice.
Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:
Starting this week, you can view special photo profiles of four of our farms: East Mountain Farm, Peace Valley Farm, Sweet Brook Farm, and Diggers Bend Farm! We will be adding more of these profiles in the future for all of our vendors, but check out the new page on our site to see pictures of our farmers, their crops, and their animals.
Enjoy the beautiful summer weather and stop by the market for lunch on Saturday! Treat yourself to something sweet while enjoying live music under our umbrellas. Both Chris’s Kitchen and Robin’s will have mouthwatering baked goods, including brownies, cookies, scones, banana bread, and more! Fresh produce this week includes cucumbers, collards, radishes, kale, chard, lettuce, and spinach. And we have lots of bedding flowers and veggie starters for your home garden!
Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:
•Diggers Bend Farm – radishes, lettuce, kale, collards, spinach, braising greens, goat milk soap, pork, and eggs
•East Mountain Farm –local pastured burgers, poultry, sweet and hot links, bratwurst, chorizo, andouille, pork chops, pork tenderloins
•Peace Valley Farm – Six types of lettuce and rainbow chard
•Sweet Brook Farm –local maple syrup, …
Welcome to Williams alumni/ae and families who are here for Reunion weekend! Be sure to stop by the market on Saturday from 9-1 for a delicious meal, fresh produce, and beautiful hand-crafted items. We’re excited to have Dancing Bare Soap at the market for the first time this season! Dancing Bare offers organic/vegan/fair trade soaps infused with local botanicals.
Heritage Artisans is bringing back free knitting clinics this weekend! Bring a knitting project you’re having trouble with and you can enjoy a private lesson. These talented artisans will also be demonstrating spinning techniques with their own alpaca fibers. Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:
Saturday promises to be a glorious day to stroll along the market, where you’ll find fresh-picked produce, local specialty maple syrup products, jams, baked goodies, and artisan work in wood, stoneware, silver, yarn, and basketry. A warm welcome to all graduating Williams College seniors and families who will surely enjoy soaking up the sights and sounds of beautiful Williamstown!
The second market of the 2016 season is this Saturday! This week features early produce and beautiful locally crafted products. Some highlights include original and colorful artwork from Alison Kolesar, Goshen Stone wine racks and candle holders hand crafted by Alan Webster Jr., and live music! Stop by from 9am-1pm.
We’re thrilled that our 2016 market season has begun! Please join us on Saturday 9am – 1pm for a festive market at the base of Spring Street, where you’ll see many familiar faces from last year, as well as exciting new vendors. One newcomer is Sean O’Connor, owner of R & G Cheese Makers of Troy, who brings an extensive array cow and goat cheeses…chevres – including garlic/herb, honey, and maple/chipotle, ripened goat camemberts – including blackbert and trufflebert, and selected mozzarellas and hard cheeses. Sean is happy to share his passion for cheese-making as well as offering free samples of all varieties. Sean will be joining us all season – let’s extend him a warm welcome!
We’re extending our market season one week to include this Saturday, October 17th. Our region has been spared an early frost, so abundant late summer produce – including cherry and beefsteak tomatoes – is still arriving. Apples and pears are sweet and plentiful, chestnuts ready for roasting, and pumpkins all set for carving or pie-making. Hope to see you there, at our final market of a fantastic 2015 season! Here are Saturday’s vendors:
•Peace Valley Farm – gourmet fingerling potatoes, lettuce, cherry and foxy lady beefsteak tomatoes, arugula, Asian greens, spinach, beets, kale, red onions, peppers, German thyme, Swiss chard, bok choy, scallions, basil, parsley, chives
•Shaker Hill Orchard – apples and more apples!
•Bear Meadow Farm – dry and semi-dry hard cider, cider vinegar, assorted honeys for stocking up for the winter!
•Blair Farm – eggs, onions, chestnuts, maple syrup, …
We celebrate glorious fall foliage with a festive market! Summer harvests of tomatoes, lettuce, and flowers continue, with assorted winter squash, brussels sprouts, and radishes adding to the mix. Pears, plums, and of course apples galore. Find artisan woodworkers featuring bowls, cutting boards, napkin rings, and salad paddles at Peterman’s, knitters’ boxes, tables, and benches at Beach Woodworking, plus guitars, mandolins, and ukuleles at Berkshire Stringed Instruments School of Lutherie – all utilizing locally sourced woods. Fresh baked breads, scones, shortbread and fruit galettes at BabyCakes and Breads, plus grilled-to-order lunches by Hobson’s Choice Restaurant round out a perfect autumn outing. …
The market season is still in full swing – at least through Columbus Day! Looking to stock up on honey? Two vendors, Bear Meadow Farm and Busy Bee Business, will bring this locally extracted delicacy. Our produce farmers continue to harvest a full array of tasty late summer fruits and veggies as well as potatoes and winter squash. Find pumpkins, gourds and decorative corn at Windswept and Blair Farms and new pumpkin spice goat’s milk soap at Diggers Bend Farm. East Mountain Farm is well-stocked with locally pastured frozen meats. Our artisans will bring their expertly crafted work in wood, silver, yarn, paper and stoneware. Here’s a listing of this week’s vendors and their offerings: