The turning of the leaves and nip in the air has us all looking ahead and preparing for winter! That includes searching for the perfect spot for the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market.
After four years of an outrageously successful run at our former home on Route 3 in Tilton, we’re looking for a new home in the area. We’re grateful to the good people at AutoServ for their generosity and help during those years; we couldn’t have done it without them.
Finding just the right spot that offers easy access, lots of parking and plenty of space (approximately 12,000 square feet, indoors) is a challenge, but some good possibilities are out there!
It’s too soon for an announcement, but please stay in touch so you’ll hear the news first! You can subscribe to this site, and like us on Facebook, and you won’t miss a beat.
In the mean time, enjoy this beautiful fall season and your own preparations for winter. We’re doing our best to make sure that the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market is an important part of your winter plans!
Oh, and if you know of that perfect spot, call Joan O’Connor at 603.496-1718 or email her today!
As the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market winds up another great season, and with spring (sort of) coming our way, we’re all looking forward to a warm, fun summer. For this season, though, the Tilton Farmers’ Market will not be a part of that fun summer—we’re taking a break for the season. Don’t worry, we’ll be back next winter for sure! Thank you all for your support of both the summer and winter markets! See you soon!
Opening day of the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market is set for Saturday, December 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For the 2014-2015 season, we’ll be open on Saturdays, every week through the end of March, and we’re expecting more than 50 vendors this year! Visit our winter market website and sign up for updates! See you in a few weeks!
This Friday, September 26, we’ll close out the Tilton Farmers’ Market summer season with a gloriously beautiful, early fall day, lots of farm-fresh goodies, local tunes and friendly faces. What a wonderful season it’s been!
We were honored last month to be chosen by Governor Maggie Hassan as a site to sign into law New Hampshire’s new farm to plate legislation, and to generally acknowledge the value farmers’ markets bring to the state. At the same time, Market Manager Joan O’Connor was presented with a United States Department of Agriculture Certificate of Appreciation for her years of work in support of New Hampshire farmers markets. Wow! What an honor! Congratulations, again, Joan!
Many, many thanks to our fine vendors, loyal customers and many friends of the market for making this such a successful season. Special thanks to Grace Cohen, Mike Munhall and Dawn Forde for their help with all kinds of things this summer, as well as market helpers Michael Caplan and Garrison Gage. Many hands made for light work!
This effort doesn’t stop just because it’s the end of September. We’re rolling along full steam, planning for the ever-popular Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market, set to open on Saturday, December 13. But first—don’t miss the last SUMMER market of the season! We’ll be here, sending summer away in style, Friday, September 26, 3 to 7 at the Tanger Outlets. See you at the market!
With three weeks to go, the Tilton Farmers’ Market is still in full gear. It’s hard to beat the beautiful vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meats, artisan food products and crafts that we offer every Friday, so don’t miss out! There’s a crispiness in the air that hints of fall, and the sun is shining bright. A perfect day for a farmers’ market!
Music adds so much to a farmers’ market, and we’ve been so lucky to feature some of the region’s best musicians this year. Today’s music will be provided by guitarist Brad Myrick. Brad Myrick has a wide-ranging style—primarily jazz and rock, and his path has taken him around the globe and now back to New Hampshire, where he grew up. Stop by and enjoy the show!
Please spread the word that the Tilton Farmers’ Market will continue to be open through the end of September. We’ll take a short break, before opening the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market in December, so stay tuned for more news on that!
See you at the market!