{Event} Pumpkin Decorating October 19th


WHEN: Sunday October 19th, 10-1

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!!


Celebrating National Farmer’s Market Week!


If you needed yet another reason to come out to the Swampscott Farmer’s Market this weekend, how about the start of National Farmer’s Market week? August 3rd – 9th has been declared National Farmer’s Market Week!

We are so happy and grateful to see the market thriving every weekend after all the hard work we put into planning! Most of all we would like to thank all of our fantastic farmer’s and vendors for helping this market grow and for helping us provide this service to the community!

We love seeing all of your smiling faces every weekend,we hope you’ll be able to make it out this weekend to show our vendors how much you appreciate them and to keep this beautiful market running for years to come!  The market is run by a dedicated group of volunteers and we want the market to succeed just as much as you do so we’re always open to your comments & suggestions.  You can always stop by our booth on Sundays or write us a note through the “contact” section on our website.

We’ll see you on Sunday!!

1st Indoor Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market!


We’re excited to announce that we’ll be hosting our first Thanksgiving Market this year!  Make your table stand out by serving fresh local meat, produce, wine and baked goods this year!

WHEN:  Sunday November 24th, 2013  10am – 1pm

WHERE:  Swampscott High School Atrium (inside main entrance)


Long Hill Orchard will be providing fresh local turkeys for sale at the Thanksgiving market but make sure you get your orders in soon!  You can place an order this weekend at the farmer’s market or send them an email.  They are also taking orders for stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, apple sauce and bulk vegetable orders.

Piper Ranch will be at the market with a variety of grass fed meats including their homemade charcuterie which would be perfect for Thanksgiving appetizers.

Worried about perfectly seasoning that turkey?  Leave it up to the professional and talk to David Bowie from Salem Spice.  He’ll guide you through all of his unique spices including specialty salts and peppers.


Alfalfa Farm Winery will be selling their delicious wines at the market, pick some up to have with dinner or serve one of their famous fruit wines with dessert.


Grant Family Farm and Long Hill Orchard will be bringing a bunch of fresh fall vegetables like butternut acorn squash, delicata squash, butter cup, blue hubbard, spaghetti squash, broccoli, cauliflower, potatoes, carrots, parsnips, brussel sprouts, cabbage, celeriac, onions, kale, collards, chard, apples, pears and much more.


If you’ve tried any of Eventide‘s delicious baked goods at the market this year, you know that Meg is one talented baker!  Don’t stress and spend hours baking pies this year, leave it up to the professional!  She will be taking orders for pies at the Farmer’s Market or just send her an email at megpaine@hotmail.com.


Big Sky Bread will be baking up lots of fresh loaves for you to serve to your guests.  Just pick up a few loaves at the market and then pop them in the freezer for a few days to keep them fresh until Thanksgiving.

In addition to these amazing food vendors, we will also have some crafters joining us so you can get your Christmas shopping started early! MISAAD will be joining us, they make hand-turned wooden pens, decorations, ornaments & doll accessories.  You can also come pick up some unique holiday cards or hand crafted ornaments from Peach Tree Cards.  Or a beautiful piece of artwork by Seascape Creations is the perfect gift for anyone on your list.

Help us make this special market a big success so it can become a Swampscott tradition for years to come!

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