May 26-Oct 13
Carol Brown Way
On the corner of Route 5 and Carol Brown Way, just off I-91 Exit 4, in Putney, VT
The Putney Farmers' Market is open every Sunday, rain or shine, at the corner of Carol Brown Way and Route 5 in Putney. Shop for the season's freshest produce, hardy bedding plants, locally raised organic meats and eggs, farmstead cheeses, and a plethora of artisan crafts and handmade goods.
Regularly available products: Locally grown produce, meats, cheeses, eggs and dairy products. Organically raised garden starts and bedding plants. Jams, jellies, pickles. Artisan bread and baked goods. FSC-Certified forestry products (wood cutting boards, trays, etc). Handcrafted jewelry. Handmade body care products. Delicious prepared foods from a diverse mix of vendors.
Events: Youth Market Dates: June 5th, July 17th and September 4th. Performances by The Annies, June 26th, and in August (date TBA). Live music with the Paine Brothers String Band, and many other local artists, every week. Hands-on crafting demonstrations (weaving, sewing, repurposing) TBA. Stop by the Transition Putney table to find out more about our partner organization, and what they're doing in our community.
Vendors: Deep Meadow Farm, High Meadows Farm, Guerrilla Grown Produce, Lost Barn Farm, Hollyhock Farm, Taylor Farm, Vermont Shepherd, Ten Speed Farm, Wild Carrot Farm, Plymouth Artisan Cheese, Crooked Fence Farm, Centre Artisans, Higley Hill Farm, Sowing Peace Farm, Holton Farm, Itsy Bitsy Farm, Cai's Dim Sum, Vermont Dosa Co., Thai Hut, Imelda's Tamales, Ruby McAdoo, Stone of Wisdom, Ruth WPLK, Art Wandering, Shay's Woodcrafts, Patricia's Palmistry, Zoe Scott Massage, Plant Magic, Tomato Art and Design, My Mittens, Medicine for the People, OSo Fine Baked Goods, Tokyo Polkadot, Booshki, River Artifacts, Inkle Loom Weavings
Services: Weekly events, EBT cards accepted, Wheelchair accessible, Bus stop nearby, Parking available, Bathroom available
This listing was last updated on 05/10/13