Old Rochester's Winter Farmers' Market



Visit us every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, from 10:00am- 1:00pm inside the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Gymnasium from December 9th- April 28th for our local Farmers' Market.


See you at the Market!

Monday, June 11, 2012

June 12, 2012 Old Rochester Farmers' Market

Farms
Allen Farms, Westport, MA Certified Organic
Allen Farms brings a variety of greenhouse greens, herbs, and potted herbs and tomato plants.
Cervelli Farm, Rochester, MA Conventional
Cervelli Farm will have their delicious strawberries, lettuce and vegetable starts.
Engelnook Farm, Rochester, MA Pesticide-Free
Eggs, Narragansett Creamery Cheeses, and meats available for order can all be found at the Engelnook tent.
J.H. Beaulieu, Fairhaven, MA Hormone-Free
Humanely raised, hormone free meats are available from Beaulieu Farm.  Stop in to see what cuts are available today.
Bakers
Gail's Goodies, Mattapoisett, MA
Gail bakes all day on Tuesday to bring you a wonderful assortment of fresh bread, muffins, scones, delicious treats and prepared food items as well.

Great Cape Baking Co., Barnstable, MA
With a wide variety of fresh baked breads, you are sure to find a bread that suits your tastes.
Value Added Foods
Al has been busy this winter cooking up some new jam and jelly recipes.  Go on and try a sample at his tent.
Mama Stella's, Osterville, MA
Mama Stella's is back with their addictive vegetable and meat seasoning.  If you haven't tried it yet, get in the know and try a sample.






Simpson Spring, Easton, MA
Joining us this year is Simpson Spring.  They make their own sodas from water they source from their spring.  Bottled spring water is available, too.
Additional  Necessities

Chrissy Ann Ceramics, New Bedford, MA
It is the end of the school year, and we all need teacher gifts.  Stop on Chrissy Ann Ceramics to find that perfect thank you gift.

Go Fetch! New Bedford, MA
Go Fetch! offers market-goers high quality dog treats made from real foods.  Hand-made dog beds are also available.
Would you like to support the Sippican Land Trust?  How about lowering your water bill by using rain water to water this summer?  You can accomplish both of these at tomorrow's market.  The Great American Rain Barrel Company will join us with their rain barrels.  For each rain barrel they sell, $10 will go to the Sippican Land Trust. 

So Many Stitches, New Bedford, MA
Local seamstress Debbie Prince joins us with her one of a kind, handmade childrens clothing. 
Willow Grove, Fall River, MA
Back with her lovely soaps, the Willow Grove product line has expanded with body lotions, salt scrubs and other great body care products.  Another great idea for teacher gifts.





We are all looking forward to seeing you at the market.  Enjoy a beautiful afternoon getting your shopping done, enjoying the music of Harper and the Minstrel, and check out the llamas and baby chicks.

See you soon!

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