Come down to the Stonington Farmers Market this Friday from 10AM to Noon. Hang out in beautiful Stonington and have lunch. Then if you’re headed off island, be sure to stop by the Carolyn Caldwell art studio to take advantage of this special offer benefiting our own Island Heritage Trust. What a great way to kick off your Labor Day Weekend 2014!
Flavored dipping oils, hydroponic tomatos, basil, and buffalo mozerella are to be found at Haight Farm at the Stonington Farmers Market this Friday from 10AM to Noon. Courtenay Haight samples his dippers with pieces of Tinderhearth Bakery bread. You’ll love it drizzled over pasta, too.
Be sure to stop by the Poland Family Farm tent at the Stonington Farmers Market this Friday from 10AM to Noon while you’re shopping the best farmers market in Maine on Labor Day Weekend 2014.
Proof positive that Poland Family Farm raises its animals humanely. Kids, too!
The “Big M”….
Come to the Stonington Farmers Market from 10AM to Noon this Friday because it is the best farmers market in Maine. You’ll have a grand ol’ time. Or a granola ol’ time. Lucy’s Granola is in the central aisle.
This is a gorgeous piece of art by Melissa Greene, also the proprietress of Yellow Birch Farm. Missy’s ceramics are included in the Smithsonian Museum of Art and this one is being raffled off to raise money for the Island Heritage Trust. You all have seen both of these vendors at the Stonington Farmers Market on Fridays from 10AM to Noon. There’s still time to get in on the raffle! See below:
Just a few more days to get your tickets!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to support Island heritage Trust and have your chance at winning a one of a kind ceramic pot by local and nationally known artist Melissa Greene.
Tickets can be purchased by credit card, cash or check. Call or stop by the office before this Friday at noon to purchase them in time!
Pot can be viewed in our Nature Shop.
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Radishes come in many shades. Find your favorite color at the Stonington Farmers Market this Friday from 10AM to Noon.
These pics are of Morgan Bay Farm radishes on the center aisle.
Get your home made yummy pies from Apple Blossom Bakery at the Stonington Farmers Market from 10AM to Noon on Friday. ‘Nuff said!
This upcoming Friday will be your last chance of the summer to catch Ann Flewelling and Charles Read of Farview Farm at the Stonington Farmers Market. It’s still August but it’s also Labor Day Weekend signaling the last hurrah for many of our seasonal vendors. Charles is just about sold out of his hand turned wooden boards but Ann’s book “A Moment of Water” can be purchased year round. Find out more at our market on Friday from 10AM to Noon.
As they say ever so ominously on Game of Thrones, “Winter is coming…” but you don’t need to fear winter if you’ve got the right gear. Come to the Stonington Farmers Market from 10AM to Noon on Friday to get some lovely hats and scarves made in Maine by Salty Spinners. The yarn used in these whimsical wonders comes from angora rabbits and silkworms. Find out more this Friday.
Summer’s bounty includes a gorgeous array of flowers from Sweet Grass Studio. Iana Cranewing can be found at the Stonington Farmers Market this Friday from 10AM to Noon.