Last Outdoor Market

Market Logo

Saturday – October 25

Route 5 South, Norwich VT

9 – 1

Vermont Farmer Market Association

Member Vermont Farmers Market Association

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This is Our Last Outdoor Market of the Year

Come celebrate the close of another wonderful season outdoors at our RT 5 site. We’ll have a full cast of characters that will fill your shopping bags and make your morning memorable. The colors are still quite stunning so head on out and help close out our season with a little live music, a cup of hot cider, and full shopping bags.

Winter Markets at Tracy Hall

Winter Markets will start on the 15th of November. Make sure to pick up a flyer with all the dates. Here’s a preview.

November 15  &  November 22

December 6  –  Holiday Market  & December 20

January 10  &  January 24

February 14  &  February 28

March 14  &  March 28

April 11  &  April 25

Harvest Share – Help your Neighbors in Need

Some of you may have noticed a van from Willing Hands arriving at the end of market each week. They distribute free, wholesome food to our neighbors in need by picking up donated food, primarily fruits and vegetables, that might otherwise go to waste. They deliver this food to local human service organizations and collaborate with them to provide nutritional education. The Norwich Farmers Market is partnering with Willing Hands to promote the purchase of food for distribution. You now have the opportunity to purchase food that will be collected near the manager’s shed and will add to the volume of food shared. In the future we’ll try to create a needed list of items that you’ll be encouraged to buy for donation. Look for the red crates near the shed. Thanks

Willing Hands

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We’ll have over 50 vendors every week bringing the best that each season can offer as well as prepared foods, baked goods, and a wide variety of arts and crafts.

The market is a place for connections  —  to your food, the seasons, your neighbors and your community. Get connected.

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Live Entertainment

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Russell, Thomas, Feeney

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How Local?

Everything that is sold at the Norwich Farmers Market is made or grown in one of the four counties surrounding the market. Grafton and Sullivan counties in New Hampshire and Windsor and Orange in Vermont supply us with over 110 vendors. That means that your vegetables have been picked fresh for market, some coming from the fields on Saturday morning. Many of the baked goods started the morning in the oven and some of the crafts are created while you’re shopping.

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Looking for a quick gift? Why not get a bunch of Farmers Market tokens? They’re sold as $5 coins that can be used at the Norwich Farmers Market year round. They don’t take up much room, don’t expire, and always fit.

Gift Certificates are available in any denomination.

Come join us for a Saturday tradition. Get there early to pick up everything that you’ll need for a weekend of gardens, grills, and picnics. Bakers, weaver, carvers, and potters all conspire to make your time at market memorable.

Make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter right here on our web page.

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Here are some photos from the Quechee Area Camera Club. They spent a morning at market in June and took some Spectacular PhotosContact Lisa Lacasse for arrangements to use the photos.

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Did you realize that we have over 110 vendors – all right here from Grafton, Sullivan, Orange and Windsor counties? We have over 50 vendors each week during our outdoor markets. Some are your perennial favorites but some only come occasionally.

You can find a list of vendors on our web page at

Vendors & Links.

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Look for our new cotton Reusable Market Tote now on sale.

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EBT and Debit cards are welcome

Spread the news – Info about EBT

Credit cards can be used with some vendors as well.

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Outdoors through the end of October

Market Logo

Saturday – October 18

Route 5 South, Norwich VT

9 – 1

Vermont Farmer Market Association

Member Vermont Farmers Market Association

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Time to Fill the Pantry

Canning pickles and beans, pressing apples and making applesauce, freezing corn and every other kind of veggie, pumpkins in the mudroom closet, squash under the beds, potatoes in their bins, all kinds of meats in the freezer. If you’ve forgotten anything for winter it’s not too late to get everything you’ll need at market.

Where else can you shop and have lunch all while experiencing the full color and crispness of Fall? We’ll be at our RT 5 site with live music and over 50 vendors until the end of October.

Winter Markets at Tracy Hall

Winter Markets will start on the 15th of November. Make sure to pick up a flyer with all the dates. Here’s a preview.

November 15  &  November 22

December 6  –  Holiday Market  & December 20

January 10  &  January 24

February 14  &  February 28

March 14  &  March 28

April 11  &  April 25

Harvest Share – Help your Neighbors in Need

Some of you may have noticed a van from Willing Hands arriving at the end of market each week. They distribute free, wholesome food to our neighbors in need by picking up donated food, primarily fruits and vegetables, that might otherwise go to waste. They deliver this food to local human service organizations and collaborate with them to provide nutritional education. The Norwich Farmers Market is partnering with Willing Hands to promote the purchase of food for distribution. You now have the opportunity to purchase food that will be collected near the manager’s shed and will add to the volume of food shared. In the future we’ll try to create a needed list of items that you’ll be encouraged to buy for donation. Look for the red crates near the shed. Thanks

Willing Hands

- – – – -

We’ll have over 50 vendors every week bringing the best that each season can offer as well as prepared foods, baked goods, and a wide variety of arts and crafts.

The market is a place for connections  —  to your food, the seasons, your neighbors and your community. Get connected.

- – – – -

Live Entertainment

OldTimeMusic-fiddle-250px

- – – – -

How Local?

Everything that is sold at the Norwich Farmers Market is made or grown in one of the four counties surrounding the market. Grafton and Sullivan counties in New Hampshire and Windsor and Orange in Vermont supply us with over 110 vendors. That means that your vegetables have been picked fresh for market, some coming from the fields on Saturday morning. Many of the baked goods started the morning in the oven and some of the crafts are created while you’re shopping.

- – – – -

Looking for a quick gift? Why not get a bunch of Farmers Market tokens? They’re sold as $5 coins that can be used at the Norwich Farmers Market year round. They don’t take up much room, don’t expire, and always fit.

Gift Certificates are available in any denomination.

Come join us for a Saturday tradition. Get there early to pick up everything that you’ll need for a weekend of gardens, grills, and picnics. Bakers, weaver, carvers, and potters all conspire to make your time at market memorable.

Make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter right here on our web page.

- – – – -

Here are some photos from the Quechee Area Camera Club. They spent a morning at market in June and took some Spectacular PhotosContact Lisa Lacasse for arrangements to use the photos.

- – – – -

Did you realize that we have over 110 vendors – all right here from Grafton, Sullivan, Orange and Windsor counties? We have over 50 vendors each week during our outdoor markets. Some are your perennial favorites but some only come occasionally.

You can find a list of vendors on our web page at

Vendors & Links.

- – – – -

Look for our new cotton Reusable Market Tote now on sale.

- – – – -

EBT and Debit cards are welcome

Spread the news – Info about EBT

Credit cards can be used with some vendors as well.

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Outdoors through the end of October

Market Logo

Saturday – October 11

Route 5 South, Norwich VT

9 – 1

Vermont Farmer Market Association

Member Vermont Farmers Market Association

- – – – -

Fall at the Market

Pumpkins, squash, mums, cider and apples.

Where else can you shop and have lunch all while experiencing the full color and crispness of Fall? We’ll be at our RT 5 site with live music and over 50 vendors until the end of October.

Winter Markets at Tracy Hall

Winter Markets will start on the 15th of November. Make sure to pick up a flyer with all the dates. Here’s a preview.

November 15  &  November 22

December 6  –  Holiday Market  & December 20

January 10  &  January 24

February 14  &  February 28

March 14  &  March 28

April 11  &  April 25

Harvest Share – Help your Neighbors in Need

Some of you may have noticed a van from Willing Hands arriving at the end of market each week. They distribute free, wholesome food to our neighbors in need by picking up donated food, primarily fruits and vegetables, that might otherwise go to waste. They deliver this food to local human service organizations and collaborate with them to provide nutritional education. The Norwich Farmers Market is partnering with Willing Hands to promote the purchase of food for distribution. You now have the opportunity to purchase food that will be collected near the manager’s shed and will add to the volume of food shared. In the future we’ll try to create a needed list of items that you’ll be encouraged to buy for donation. Look for the red crates near the shed. Thanks

Willing Hands

- – – – -

We’ll have over 50 vendors every week bringing the best that each season can offer as well as prepared foods, baked goods, and a wide variety of arts and crafts.

The market is a place for connections  —  to your food, the seasons, your neighbors and your community. Get connected.

- – – – -

Entertainment

OldTimeMusic-fiddle-250px

Etna Old Time String Band

- – – – -

How Local?

Everything that is sold at the Norwich Farmers Market is made or grown in one of the four counties surrounding the market. Grafton and Sullivan counties in New Hampshire and Windsor and Orange in Vermont supply us with over 110 vendors. That means that your vegetables have been picked fresh for market, some coming from the fields on Saturday morning. Many of the baked goods started the morning in the oven and some of the crafts are created while you’re shopping.

- – – – -

Looking for a quick gift? Why not get a bunch of Farmers Market tokens? They’re sold as $5 coins that can be used at the Norwich Farmers Market year round. They don’t take up much room, don’t expire, and always fit.

Gift Certificates are available in any denomination.

Come join us for a Saturday tradition. Get there early to pick up everything that you’ll need for a weekend of gardens, grills, and picnics. Bakers, weaver, carvers, and potters all conspire to make your time at market memorable.

Make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter right here on our web page.

- – – – -

Here are some photos from the Quechee Area Camera Club. They spent a morning at market in June and took some Spectacular PhotosContact Lisa Lacasse for arrangements to use the photos.

- – – – -

Did you realize that we have over 110 vendors – all right here from Grafton, Sullivan, Orange and Windsor counties? We have over 50 vendors each week during our outdoor markets. Some are your perennial favorites but some only come occasionally.

You can find a list of vendors on our web page at

Vendors & Links.

- – – – -

Look for our new cotton Reusable Market Tote now on sale.

- – – – -

EBT and Debit cards are welcome

Spread the news – Info about EBT

Credit cards can be used with some vendors as well.

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off