At the Market – Saturday, August 14 9am-1pm

This week, Patrick Gray & friends return from 9-11am with upbeat tunes inspiring market goers to sing and dance along, followed by Jared Polens on the hammered dulcimer from 11am-1pm. Find a bountiful assortment of ALL LOCAL veggies, berries, cheeses, meats, syrup, baked goods, flowers, plants, and artisan crafts. In case you’ve missed our new vendors for 2021, be sure to visit the folks at Big Sky Berlin Farm, Fringe Farm, and the Artisans of Thornliebank Road – all of whom you can meet on Saturday. A reminder we match Senior and WIC coupons 100% – look for the yellow and orange signs at produce booths!

At Saturday’s market, you’ll find:

LOCAL FARMS

Bigfoot Farm – Pesticide free, low-till veggies, herbs, plants, cut flowers

Big Sky Berlin Farm – Organically grown, low-till cut flowers, as well as annual and perennial plants

Blair Farm – Locally grown annuals, veggies, and free-range eggs

East Mountain Farm – Rotationally grazed beef, pastured pork, and poultry

Fringe Farm – Sustainably produced veggies, herbs, and flowers

Peace Valley Farm – Pesticide-free veggies and herbs

Sweet Brook Farm – Maple syrups and maple cream, beef products, grilled to order grass-fed burgers

Talus Wood Farm – Organic veggies, herbs, eggs, berries

LOCAL PREPARED FOOD VENDORS

Chris’s Kitchen – Assorted baked goods, masks, batik quilted table runners

Earth Sky Time – Wood-fired breads, hoomoos, pesto, veggie burgers (frozen)

R&G Cheese Makers – Hard and soft cow and goat cheeses

LOCAL ARTISANS

Artisans of Thornliebank Road- hand-crafted artisan crafts in wood, resin and paper

Berkshire Mountain Pottery – Stoneware mugs, bowls, platters – all lead free and microwave and dishwasher safe

Crow Hill Farm – Art kits, cards, knit items

Memphremagog Studios – Jewelry made from ethically sourced silver, etched wine glasses, silk scarves

Peterman’s Boards & Bowls – Cutting boards, platters, bowls, wooden accessories

Yarnwork – Knit, crocheted, felted clothes for adults and children as well as crocheted stuffed animals

LOCAL INFORMATION BOOTH

Williamstown Rural Lands –  a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving and maintaining forests, fields, farms, and natural habitats of the Williamstown region. WRL folks will be at the market to distribute information regarding local trails and open lands to explore in the Williamstown area!