Bridgton Farmers' Market
The summer market is held in the lot behind Reny’s every Saturday 8am–1pm, rain or shine, from the first Saturday in May–October. Bridgton Farmers’ Market has been proudly offering locally-grown produce, farm-raised meats, plants, baked goods, and high-quality handcrafted items to Maine’s Lakes Region residents and visitors since 1996. We accept EBT/SNAP, and certain vendors accept WIC and credit/debit. Winter market runs November–April, Saturdays 9am–12pm; location TBD.Parking Lot Behind Reny's, 151 Main Street, Bridgton, ME 04009Winter: TBD, MEBridgtonfarmersmarket.firstname.lastname@example.org
Lovell Farmers' Market
Year round on Saturdays from 10-1pm at 993 Main Street in Center Lovell, Maine. Offering organic sourdough bread, cookies, vegetables, garlic, chicken, pork, beef, maple syrup, seedlings, eggs, crafts and more.993 Main Street, Center Lovell, ME 04051
Mount Washington Valley Farmers' Market
June 29th - October 5th Tuesdays. The new Mount Washington Valley Farmers' Market will be held rain or shine at the North Conway Community Center from 4-7pm on Tuesdays from June 29th-October 5th. After Labor Day, the hours will shift to 3-6pm for the remainder of the season. Featuring a diverse offering of local produce, meats, honey, baked goods, prepared foods, and crafts. SNAP DOLLARS DOUBLED!North Conway Community Center, 78 Norcross Circle, North Conway, NH email@example.com
Tamworth Farmers' Market
Every Saturday morning from May 15th–March 26th, with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas weekends. Our hours are 9am to noon from May 15th through October 30th, and 10am to noon from November 6th through March 26th. We will continue to be an outside market all year at our COVID-19 location, the K.A.
Brett School at 881 Tamworth Rd in Tamworth. Come see our large group of diverse vendors selling vegetables, fruit, breads, baked goods, raw dairy, maple syrup, honey, plants, flowers, mushrooms, meat, jams, jellies, kombucha, fresh-caught seafood, goat cheese, ice cream, dog treats, artisan chocolate, crafts, iced tea, chai, wool, yarn, and much more. Rain or shine. We double SNAP dollars.K.A. Brett School, 881 Tamworth Rd,, Tamworth, NH 03886(603) 323-2392
Wakefield Farmers' Market
Wakefield Marketplace: Please join us celebrating our 25th season at the corner of Route 16 and Wakefield Road (153 sign). Agriculture and artisans offering farm-fresh produce and products, baked goods, juried handmade craft items, jewelry and original art. Over 30 vendors. Stop by to see the quality and diversity! Saturdays Memorial Day–Columbus Day 9am–3pm, rain or shine.Route 16 & Wakefield Road, Wakefield, NH 03887(603) 918-1021
Wolfeboro Area Farmers' Market
Summer - May 6th-October 28th, Thursdays, 12:30-4:30pm. Clark Park on South Main St. in Wolfeboro. Fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, cut flowers, plants, beef, poultry, eggs, goat and cow dairy products, baked goods, lamb, spices, gluten-free breads, fresh fish, mushrooms, honey, honey products, jams, jellies, spreads, dog treats, vegan ice cream, and maple syrup. Music and weekly community events. Rain or shine.
Winter - Every Saturday November 6th through December 18th. First and Third Saturday of the month January through April. 10am-1pm at the Brookfield Town House, 267 Wentworth Rd in Brookfield.
SNAP $$ DOUBLED at the market.Clark Park, South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894Winter: Brookfield Town Office, 267 Wentworth Rd, Brookfield, NH firstname.lastname@example.org