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.
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:
Grant Family Farm
Long Hill Orchard
The Cannoli Corner
Mia’s House of Sweets
Marblehead Fish Market
Moran’s Dog Food
Story Teller Jewelry
Itty Bitty Chik
We have another gorgeous day in store for the market this weekend! Now is the time to get out there and take advantage of all the wonderful summer produce that our local farmers have to offer. The joy of summer cooking is the simplicity of the menu, let the ingredients speak for themselves! How about a fresh corn salad with sweet cherry tomatoes and basil? Or a nice piece of fish from golden cod alongside some grilled summer squash. All reasons to come by the market and stock up for a week of healthy & delicious eats! If you’re heading to the beach for the day, stop by on your way to pick up a pre-made sandwich from Swiss Bakers and some fresh pressed juice. Don’t forget to get your fresh chicken from Grant Family Farm!
This week our crafters will be Salem Soap & Itty Bitty Chick.
You can also find the Super Soccer Stars group at the market this weekend if you’re looking to sign the kids up for camp.
Vendors at the market this weekend will includeSwiss Bakers, Salem Spice, Alfalfa Farm, Grant Family Farm, Ackermann Maple Farm, All Fruit, Powerhouse Juice, Clark Farm, Moran’s Pet Food, Lanni’s Orchard, Mia’s House of Sweets, Long Hill Orchard, The Pickle Emporium, The Soup Guy, Golden Cod.
It looks like it’s going to be a cold one this weekend but that shouldn’t stop us New Englanders! Let’s get out there and take advantage of the fantastic items the farmers have this time of year. Warm up with some hot coffee & an apple cider donut and then pick up some squash to roast up for dinner and fresh fish or meat.
This weekend we’ll be doing pumpkin decorating with the kids as part of our October Halloweenfest celebration. We will be supplying all of the materials although you are welcome to bring your own pumpkin to decorate as well.
Looks like we are going to have another gorgeous fall day on Sunday! You’ll find a variety of fresh local apples at all of our produce vendors and apple cider donuts at the Cannoli Corner (they are worth a trip on it’s own).
This weekend we will have a Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater craft for the kids as part of our continuing October Halloweenfest. If you haven’t heard yet, we’ll be having a kid’s Halloween Costume Parade at the last market on the 25th, RSVP via our facebook event page to receive reminders about the event.
Only 3 markets left! We hope to see you out there!
It’s time to get those doorsteps looking festive! Stop by the market this weekend to stock up on pumpkins, gourds and other festive fall items. Grab some delicious baked goods and apple cider while you’re at it.
It looks like the rain might hold off for us but just a reminder that we ARE open rain or shine! Only 4 markets left this season, don’t miss out on all the fantastic local items available!
This weekend the town nurse will be giving out flu shots at the market this weekend, just bring your health care card with you.
We are still having our October Halloweenfest so there will be a pumpkin craft for the kids this weekend. If you didn’t catch it last week, make sure you mark your calendar for the kid’s Halloween Costume Parade on Sunday October 25th.
WELL, it looks like we might have another wet Sunday this week but we’re New Englanders! It just means it may not be a beach day but it will certainly be a Farmer’s Market day. Grab the umbrella and come down for some fun events and a great selection of goods from the vendors.
This week we will be having Pot-A-Plant or Herb event for the kids so bring them down and let them have some fun on a rainy day.
Rich Adams will be playing some music for us and Hope for Creativity will be our civic booth for the week, they are a non-profit providing homeless kids with creative outlets.
Some highlights from our vendors:
Piper Ranch will be bringing chicken in addition to grass fed beef and pork this week.
The Golden Cod will have smoked salmon, delicious monkfish and many other fresh catch choices.
Swissbakers will bring bread and an assortment of pastries, like a flaky croissant with Swiss chocolate center (I had one on opening day and I’m still dreaming about it). They also offer gourmet sandwiches made with their famous pretzel bread. http://swissbakers.com/sb/
The Pickle Emporium will be with us this week with an assortment of unique pickle flavors.
HYPE Fashions will be bringing a fashion truck to the market on Sunday. Add a bit of glamour to your farmers market experience! www.hypefashions.com
Salem Soapworks http://www.salemsoapworks.com/, MJB Woodcarving creations and Iris Designs decorative tiles will also add an artistic flavor to the market this Sunday.
WHERE: Swampscott Farmer’s Market, Swampscott High School
This Sunday the Swampscott Farmers Market will be hosting a pumpkin decorating event for the kids. We will supply the pumpkins and decorating supplies while they last. You are more than welcome to bring along your own pumpkin to decorate as well!
We hope to see you there on Sunday, soaking up what’s left of the market this season!!