Indoor Thanksgiving Market, November 19th

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it’s time to think about what to serve your guests!

We’ll be hosting our 5th annual Indoor Thanksgiving Market on Sunday November 19th, 10-1 in the Swampscott High School Atrium. If you haven’t joined us in the past, it isn’t one to miss! Stock up on fresh local vegetables and goodies to bring to the host or to serve up to your guests.

Long Hill Orchard will have farm fresh turkeys available for pick up for those that order them. Please see their order form for more details, just let them know you will be picking them up at The Swampscott Farmer’s Market.

You can also order a turkey through Grant Family Farm by following this link to their website.
Contact Mia’s House Of Sweets to place orders for pick up at the Thanksgiving market and place pie orders for pick up at Town Hall. You can email her at mia@miashouseofsweets.com.
Seaview Farm will have meat orders available for pick up at the Thanksgiving Market, contact them at seaviewfarmrockport@gmail.com.

In addition to our food vendors, we will be featuring a variety of talented local crafters so you can peruse their handmade goods and get a start on your holiday shopping.

Make sure to get your knives sharpened before Thanksgiving this year! National Sharpening will be attending the market so bring your knives to get them ready for carving that Turkey.

Vendors joining us at the market…

  • Ackerman Maple Farm
  • Alfalfa Farm
  • Clark Farm
  • Lanni’s Orchard
  • Long Hill Orchard
  • Grant Family Farm
  • Seaview Farm
  • Deano’s Pasta
  • Patty’s Guacamole
  • Mia’s House of Sweets
  • K Cakes/Tony Lena
  • Lightning Coffee
  • Postcard Coffee
  • Moran’s Pet Food
  • McMahon Foods
  • Salem Soap
  • Made with Love
  • Fishy Face Creations
  • Pour Your Art Out
  • Dory
  • Donna Bagattella
  • Mimi’s Crochet Shop
  • Michelle Valle
  • Marblehead Animal Shelter
  • For the Love of Swampscott
  • Swampscott Historical Society

We’ll see you there!

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Halloween & Touch A Truck at the Farmer’s Market!

Sadly, we’ve reached the end of our outdoor market season. This Sunday, October 29th will be our last outdoor market of the season. We want to thank everyone for a fantastic year! We’ve had a lot of great feedback on the new location and we appreciate you sticking with us while we work out the kinks of getting settled in a new location.

We’re looking forward to our annual Halloween celebration at the market this weekend. We will be holding the kid’s Halloween Costume Parade starting at 11:00 AM. Goody bags will be provided to all those that participate.

In addition to our Halloween parade, we will be holding a touch-a-truck event for the kids!

We hope to see you there!

Please stay tuned for more information on our Annual Indoor Thanksgiving market which will be held on Sunday November 19th this year.

The Market This Weekend, Sunday October 15th

Only a few more regular markets left of the season! Make sure you get out and enjoy it while you can. Pick up some colorful squash and apples while enjoying a cup of coffee and a delicious baked good.

Our last outdoor market this season will be Sunday October 29th, our indoor Thanksgiving market will take place the Sunday before Thanksgiving, November 19th.

Vendors joining us at the market this weekend…

Mia’s House of Sweets
Clark Farm
Moran’s Pet Food
Neighbor Brigade
Long Hill Orchard
Swiss Bakers
Grant Family Farm
Boy Scouts
Salem Soap
Great Woods & Crafts
Seaview Farm
Lanni’s Orchard
K-Cakes
McMahon’s
Lightning Coffee Roasters
Deano’s Pasta
Alfalfa Farm
National Sharpening
Swampscott Youth Hockey
West River Creamery
Pat’s Guacamole
Marblehead Fish Market

 

 

ATTENTION: New Location For Sunday October 8th!

Please not that the market WILL be open on Sunday but due to the Classics By The Sea car show, we will be altering our location slightly. Instead of being on the outer lawn, the market will be wrapped around the town hall closer to the building. Please see the map annotating the location.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday for a festive day of shopping at the market and participating in the classic car show!

{Event} Touch-A-Truck this weekend July 23rd

Join us this Sunday and bring the kids for a fun Touch-A-Truck event with Swampscott’s Finest! We’ll also have one of our biggest markets of the year so far with a number of new and exciting vendors joining us!

The knife sharpener will be at the market this weekend as well.

Vendors this week include…

Clark Farm
Grant Family Farm
Lanni’s Orchard
Long Hill Orchard
Seaview Farm
Little Grasshopper
Ackermann Maple Farm
Alfalfa Farms Winery
All Fruit
Deano’s Pasta
Fish Market of Marblehead
Moran’s Dog Food
Salem Spice
The Cannoli Corner
Mia’s House of Sweets
Lightning Coffee Roasters
Postcard Coffee
Swiss Bakers
Pat’s Guacamole
Dave Matthews Pottery
Jim Roberts Wood
Kab’s Barefoot Books
Made with Love
Nancy Wolinski Jewelry
National Sharpening
Salem Soapworks
Simplicity Apothecary

Musician: Tony Gallo

Civic: Hope for Creativity, Girl Scout Troup 62035

 

The Market This Weekend, Sunday June 25th

It looks like we have another beautiful day in the forecast for Sunday, we look forward to seeing everyone at the market!

We will have National Sharpening at the market this weekend so bring down those dull kitchen knives to get them sharpened. There’s nothing like trying to cut a fresh Farmer’s Market tomato with a dull knife.

For music we will be featuring the talented Molly Pinto Madigan.

Our kid’s craft will be making red, white & blue bracelets & necklaces. We will have corn hole & giant jenga for the whole family to play.

Vendors this week include:
Clark Farm
Grant Family Farm
Lanni’s Orchard
Long Hill Orchard
The Cannoli Corner
Mia’s House of Sweets
Postcard Coffee
Swiss Bakers
K Cake
McMahon Foods
All Fruit
Deano’s Pasta
Marblehead Fish Market
Moran’s Dog Food
Salem Spice
Story Teller Jewelry
Salem Soapworks
Itty Bitty Chik
Mizlizzee
National Sharpening

We’ll see you there!

Opening Day! Sunday June 11th!

We look forward to seeing everyone on opening day, this Sunday June 11th. Don’t forget to mark your calendars or follow our Facebook event to get a reminder. We’ll be in our new central location on the Town Hall lawn.

To learn more about who will be joining us this year, visit our vendors page. You’ll find quality local produce, fish, eggs, bread, baked goods, wine, spices, coffee, pickles, maple syrup, fresh pasta, pet food & much more!

We’ll see you there!