Be sure to join us Saturday, March 25, 2023, 10am-1pm at the Moose.
The market has a couple more outdoor markets before we wrap up the season on October 22nd. If you’re a member of the market, feel free to join us for our annual meeting on 10/22, beginning around 1:30pm.
In November and December, we’ll be moving up to the Park McCullough Carriage Barn in North Bennington for our holiday markets. You can find us there on 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, and 12/17, from 10am to 1pm.
We’ve got great live music for the rest of the season! There will also be an Electric Vehicle event on October 1st!
September 17 – Adela and Jude
September 24 – Butchers and Thieves
October 1 – Hale Mt. Band
October 8 – Sky Alan
October 15 – Bittersweet
October 22 – Nate Martel
August 13 – The String Sisters
August 20 – Scott Forrest
August 27 – Jared Polens
We are thrilled to introduce a new event for this coming Saturday, celebrating local authors and books. You’ll be able to talk to local authors, buy books and have them signed, and shop our great regular vendors for local products!
Our June musicians are:
June 4 – Battenville Jazz Workshop
June 11 – D&D Duo
June 18 – Lee Paquin
June 25 – Butchers and Thieves
Our last indoor market is on April 16th. We will have the same amazing vendors that we usually have at 650 Main Street, with music by Dave Kellner. This will be the last market where you can pre order on Eat from Farms.
Mark your calendar for May 7th, which is the opening day for the outdoor market season! We are thrilled to be back at the Deer Park this year, from 10am to 1pm every Saturday until October 22nd. We operate in rain or shine—hopefully, these April showers will bring May flowers, but even if it doesn’t, we’ll be there! Stay tuned for more about our 20th Anniversary Season!
…indoor markets, that is! The market is gearing up for a spectacular 20th anniversary outdoor season, beginning on May 7th. We have lots of special events and new things planned. Do you want to be involved? You can join as a member or sponsor. Or, volunteer your time, and help us out. We can’t wait to see you this Saturday, April 2nd!
Did you know that eggs have a season? They kind of do! When the days get longer and there’s more light, chickens begin to lay more prolifically than they did over the winter. Free range birds are able to eat the tender green shoots that are coming up through the melting snow. It’s the perfect time to make an omelet! You can stock up on Saturday, the 19th. Several of our vendors have eggs: Hilltop Farm, Threat Neutralized Bakery, Firefly Farm, and Golden Acres Farm!