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Summer is in full swing, and the market is bigger than ever! Brier Road Guitars will be bringing beautiful handcrafted instruments. Back by popular demand, the ABC pop-up sale will offer a selection of gently used clothingNick Wright is back, with leeksiris rhizomes, and pear chips. And of course, summer veggies, fruits and flowers are in abundance!

Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:

Local Farmers
•Diggers Bend Farm – lettuce, kale, collards, chard, summer squash, basil, cilantro, radishes, turnips, arugula, broccoli, pork, eggs, goat’s milk soap
•East Mountain Farm – locally pastured ground beef, poultry, sweet and hot sausage, bratwurst, chorizo, andouille, pork chops, pork tenderloins
•Nick Wright – iris rhizomes, leeks, rhubarb, herbs, more

postStop by on Saturday and enjoy the sounds of marimbas, keyboard, and flute from our live music tent as you try delicious prepared foods, browse artisan crafts and fresh produce, and check out the new ABC Sale Pop-Up booth! Windswept Farm is back, bringing sweet corn, blueberries, and more, and gorgeous cut flowers abound!

Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:

Local Farmers
•Blair Farm – Bedding plants, spinach, loose leaf lettuce, radishes, cucumbers, summer squash, eggs, basil plants
•Dancing Bare Soap – organic, vegan, fair trade soap infused with local and seasonal herbs and florals
•Diggers Bend Farm – radishes, turnips, salad greens, lettuce, kale, collards, beets, braising greens, pork, eggs, goat milk soap
•East Mountain Farm – locally pastured ground beef, poultry, sweet and hot sausage, more

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Our farmers will bring an abundance of fresh produce to the market this week, including cherry tomatoes, summer squash, turnips, beets, and more! Pick up a beautiful basil plant from Blair Farm and you can make fresh pesto anytime you like.

Stick around for a while to listen to our special lineup of live music this Saturday! Favorites from last year, Rosin the Beaux will be performing from 9 to 11, and don’t miss the lively Celtic music of Duo Eamon from 11 to 1. See you there!

Here’s a full list of Saturday’s vendors:

Local Farmers
•Sweet Brook Farm –local maple syrup, maple candies, maple roasted nuts, alpaca socks and yarns, granola
•Bear Meadow Farm – dry and semi-dry hard cider, cider vinegar, bars of beeswax, assorted honeys and honey candies
•Blair Farm – Bedding plants, more

Screen Shot 2016-06-30 at 1.58.01 PMIt’s an exciting week in town, as the Williamstown Theater Festival opens its season! Be sure to stop by the market this Saturday before the matinee to listen to live music, eat delicious food, and browse our vendors’ wares. Bring your kids for some fun outdoor activities with local Tinkergarten leader Jodi Easton!

Sean at R&G Cheese will be selling an assortment of artisan cheeses, including Orange Ginger Cheese, Fresh Mozzarella, and Goat Cheese with fig, honey, or cranberry!

If you plan on breaking out the grill this weekend, stop by East Mountain Farm’s booth for Kim’s wide selection of locally pastured meats, including sweet and hot sausage, steaks, chorizo, ground beef, chicken, and pork tenderloin. Our farmers will bring a variety of early summer veggies, more

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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:

Local Farmers
•Bear Meadow Farm – dry and semi-dry hard cider, cider vinegar, bars of beeswax, assorted honeys and honey candies
•East Mountain Farm –locally pastured ground beef, more

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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.

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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:

Local Farmers
•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, more

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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:

Local Farmers
•Blair Farm – Radishes, leaf lettuce, spinach, eggs, bedding flowers, and veggie seedlings
•Diggers Bend Farm – Kale, radishes, spinach, Bok choi, more

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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!

CollageThe 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.

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