Old Rochester's Winter Farmers' Market

Visit us every Tuesday, from 3:00-6:00pm outside the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Gymnasium from June 19th- September 18th at our local Farmers' Market.

See you at the Market!

Monday, September 20, 2010

September 21st Old Rochester Farmers' Market

Besides the wonderful produce you have come to expect at the Old Rochester Farmers' Market, this week features storyteller extraordinaire Jackson Gillman from 3:45-4:45. Jackson's performances are captivating and humorous. Bring your children and take in a show, pet a llama, and get your grocery shopping done. What a fantastic afternoon.

To help you with your grocery shopping, there will be local farmers, bakers, and jam makers on hand. Fall arrives Thursday, and we will have mums, pumpkins, and gourds for your equinox celebrating.

This weeks market participants include:


Lucky Field Organics (Rochester) with their delicious organically grown produce and heirloom varieties.

Engelnook Rescue Farm (Rochester, pesticide-free) with farm fresh eggs, vegetables and fruit, Hannabelle's and Great Hill chesses, and as always, Macho the llama.

Dixon Farm (Rochester, mostly pesticide-free--just ask) with a delightful array of produce, pumpkins, grape vine wreaths, dried flowers and cranberries.

Cervelli Farm (Rochester, conventional) will, of course, have their famous corn and so much more.

Tripp Farm (Westport, conventional) will offer great deals on their always fresh produce.

Christine's Flowers (Rochester) will bring along a gorgeous array of mums at an incredibly reasonable price.


The Artisan Kitchen (Rochester) will have granola, bread, cupcakes, quiche, lemon squares. Check out what they have to offer before they sell out.

Great Cape Baking Co. (Marston Mills) will offer both loaves of yummy bread as well as quick breads.

Prepared items

Al's Backwood's Berrie Co. (Plymouth) brings along super sweet and yummy jams and raw honey.

Mamma Stella's (Hyannis) has their seasoning, as well as roasted pumpkin seeds--delicious!

Franky's Curbside Cuisine (Plymouth) with their homemade chowder and nitrate-free and conventional hot dogs.

Local Artisans

Knot Crazy brings along a wide variety of handmade items--bracelets, door stoppers, swings, and more. Stroll through to admire the craftsmanship.

See you at the Market!

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