Monday, July 29, 2013

Last Friday at the Market

This past week we had great weather for the market.  Hartland Farm to School was helping to sell fresh cut herbs grown by the Hartland Farm to School and the Hartland Kidz Klub.


And a brand new vendor showed up out of the blue with totally entertaining and awesome hand painted magnet art.  It is fun for kids of all ages.  Whether you are taking a car ride, sitting in an office, or standing at your refrigerator you will be entertained.  Plus, they are beautiful.

 

It just goes to show, you never know what awaits you at the market.


Can't wait for this week's Children's Market. Its going to be a good one! We are going to be tie dying so bring your white or buy our market T-shirt. Get ready for salsa making, slip and slide, and more!

And don't forget to bring used kids clothes to donate to our Children's Clothing Swap.  Go home with some great clothes that are brand new to you.

Its all right here at the market.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

What's going on at the Market?

Summer is in high gear and gardens and farms are producing boat loads of great produce. Don't miss your chance to get your hands on local food straight from the people who grew it.

This week at the market vendors expect to bring:

  • beans
  • basil
  • broccoli
  • chard
  • chives
  • cucumbers
  • greens
  • lettuce
  • peas
  • peppers
  • potatoes
  • radishes
  • scallions
  • zucchini

That's a long list of great things to eat.

Also, we'll have Hartland Farm to School at the Community Booth helping to raise awareness and appreciation for our great vendors and farmers' markets state wide.

Plus, support local youth gardeners and purchase a bundle of fresh cut herbs from the Hartland School Garden and the Children's Garden at the Hartland Community Garden!

Last but not least, at the market this week, you can pick up dessert from Batter Desserts, fresh baked bread from Green Mountain Flour, and a variety of eggs from duck eggs to rainbow eggs to jumbos.  Its all right here at the market.  See you there!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

This week at the Market

This week, beat the heat with a trip to our market.

Don't feel like cooking?  You can make a delicious, healthy dinner with offerings from our market without turning on the oven.


  • Pick up a loaf of oven baked bread and pesto from Green Mountain Flour.  
  • Pair it with a salad of field fresh greens and green beans from Oak Wood Farm
  • Take home a tasty pastry for dessert from Shae Leigh Country Canning and while your visiting check out their deals on pickles and preserves.  
  • Or eat dessert before dinner and cool off with one of Shae Leigh Country Canning's ice cold sorbet.  
  • Looking for a good summer read for yourself or the kids?  Stop by Kids Books and Parents Books to browse the selection of used books or DVDs.
  • Finish off your trip to the market with a stop by the Community Booth to learn how to build your very own rain barrel.
See you at the market.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Have you ever wanted to make your own rain barrel to collect water? Interested in learning?


This week at the market you can learn how to make your very own rain barrel.  You'll be able to talk to someone who has done it before and see a finished product.  We will have tools, instructions, and photos for you to learn from.  You will know everything you need to in order to get started on your won rain barrel project.  The only thing left will be for you to get your hands on a barrel.

Its all right here at the Hartland Farmers' Market.




Thursday, July 11, 2013

This week at the Market

This week, swing by the market for some fresh dinner ingredients or pack a picnic and plan on dessert from the market.

Don't forget the Library's showing of Les Miserables (2012) version at 7:00.

Be on the look out for:

  • Green beans and lettuce from Oak Wood Farm
  • Freshly baked bread or a yummy pesto from Green Mountain Flour
  • Fresh herbs from Contented Butterfly Farm
and who says you can't have dessert before dinner?

Treat yourself to:
  • Berry tartlets or chocolate chip cookies to die for from Batter Desserts
  • Refreshingly cold and delicious homemade sorbet from Shae Leigh's Country Canning
Don't forget our talented craft vendors too.  Its all right here at the market.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

We had so much fun at the Children's Market

Thanks everyone who came out to help us kick off our first ever Children's Market.  It was a great success, lots of fun things going on, delicious food, and a great turnout at the market.  We will definitely do it again.

Here are a few pictures but check out our Facebook page to see the whole album.


Thursday, July 4, 2013

This week at the market

This week at the market swing by to pick up some weekly produce or stay for a while and enjoy fun for the whole family at the Children's Market.

What to look for:


  • Oak Wood Farm's pea shoots, they a delicious, I've been eating them in all my salads.
  • Duck eggs from Contented Butterfly Farm, something a little different and super tasty
  • Maple Baked beans and cold drinks from Shae Leigh Country Canning
  • Pizza fresh from the oven from Green Mountain Flour
  • A great selection of used Children's books from Kids Books and Parents Books
  • And so much more
It's all right here at the market.  

And don't forget about all of the special kids activities that will be going on too at the Children's Market.  All children will receive 5 tickets upon arrival to use at our Children's Market.

Bring you child's outgrown clothing to swap for something "new to you" and receive one ticket for use at the children's market per article of clothing.


Monday, July 1, 2013

Children's Market this Friday

At the market this Friday we are holding our first ever CHILDREN'S MARKET at the Hartland Farmers' Market.  There will be crafts, games, and face painting for kids, smoothie making with a bicycle, and much more!

Stay for dinner and grab a fresh oven fired pizza from Green Mountain Flour.  Look for other special offerings from vendors as well.

We are also running a children's clothing swap so bring those out grown clothes and swap them for new ones.

Click the link on the left side of the page to see our event flyer.

Its all right here, at the Hartland Farmers' Market, this week, July 5th from 4pm - 7pm at the Library Fields, Rt. 5, Hartland.