York Winter Farmers’ Market

Nine Saturdays from November 2017 – March 2018 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
November 18, November 25, December 9,
January 6, January 20, February 3, February 17, March 10, March 24

Opening Day Raffle – November 18

Stop in to shop on Saturday Nov. 18 and enter to win great prizes!
All prizes are donated by the Winter Market Vendors. Drawing will be held at 12:45 pm.

NEW  LOCATION

Located Inside York Region Chamber of Commerce – 1 Stonewall Lane, York

Sponsored by:
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Local farmers, specialty food producers and crafters will sell their fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods, cheeses, homemade goodies and so much more!

In the event of inclement weather: if the roads are too unsafe to travel and the market is cancelled, a cancellation alert will be posted on this website by 7:00am on the day of the market. If there is no alert, expect the market to be open.

For everyone’s safety & comfort, the market is a smoke-free and pet-free space (except for service animals).

No soliciting or surveying by any political, religious or other special cause groups or individuals is permitted at the market.

Market Managed by:
York Region Chamber of Commerce

Winter Vendors

Please Note: The Winter Market location has been changed to inside York Region Chamber of Commerce – 1 Stonewall Lane, York, ME 03909

At the market, you can expect to find these locally grown & handmade products…

Root veggies, greens, herbs, meats, seafood, eggs, honey, syrup, jams, cheeses, yogurt, Lebanese dips and breads, pies, cookies, bars, pickles, rubs & sauces, maple goods, pastries, granola, breads, coffee, teas, apple cider, yarn, knit goods, greeting cards, bags, candles, dog treats, photographs, wood goods, jewelry, scarves, soaps and salves, stoneware pottery.

 

2017/2018 Winter Market Vendor List:

Barrell Homestead Kitchen
York, ME 03909
BBQ Sauces, Salsas, seasoning blends, English muffins, corn bread, scali bread, pancakes, bagels, rolls, sweet breads, blondies
Participating:  Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Brownie’s Barkery
Ogunquit, ME 03907
www.browniesbarkery.com
All natural dog treats, select USA made dog toys, hand etched dog inspired glassware
Participating: Nov 18, Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 24

Chef’s Cove
Eliot, ME  03903
Baked goods and coffee
Participating: Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Enzo’s Workshop
Plympton, MA 02367
Stenciled signs using reclaimed wood and old shutters
Participating: Nov 18, Jan 20, Feb 17

EPOCA
Haverhill, MA 01830
Contemporary jewelry illuminating natural beauty and history of Baltic Amber, accompanied by minimal presence of sterling silver, 22K Gold over Silver and other natural stones
Participating: Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17

Green Parrot Woodworks
York, ME 03909
newworldparrots@yahoo.com
Wood goods of all sorts, cutting boards, jewellery boxes, lazy susans, clocks and more
Participating: Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9

He Be G-Bees
Northwood, NH 03261
hebeg-bees.com
All natural, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, body wash, deodorant, soap, linen spray,disinfectant spray,hand sanitizers, candles, massage oils/rubs, body oils, lip balms, bath scrub, dog treats, dog and cat toys, pet shampoo, paw balm, flea & tick spray, sunscreen, insect repellent, anti-itch spray, aroma therapy jewelry and heat pads
Participating:  Mar 10, Mar 24

Hubba Hubba Foods
York, ME 03909
hubbahubbafoods.com                                                                                                Hand crafted, small batch spice blends, including rubs, dipping oil spice and salad    dressing mix.  When it comes to cooking, the thrill is in the spice!
Participating: Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10

Janet Dugdale
Kittery, ME 03904
Locally photographed note cards, and sea themed ornaments
Participating: Dec 9, Feb 3

Jennifer & May Hoover                                                                                              York, ME 03909                                                                                                   Christmas ornaments made by hand, “sweater friends” stuffed animals, lavender &   balsam sachet, shell crafts, “flowers by donation”                                         Participating: Nov 18, Dec 9

Joelle Guerard Silversmith
York, ME 03909
Handcrafted silver jewelry mostly inspired by nature
Participating: Dec 9, Feb 3

Karimah’s Kitchen
Exeter, NH 03833
www.karimahskitchen.com
All Lebanese dips and prepared food (hummus, baba ghanaij, tabbouleh, etc), baked goods (pita bread, zaatar bread, spinach & cheese pies), Pastries (baklava, date pastry and more)
Participating: ALL DATES – Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Maine Herb Farm
South Berwick, ME 03908
All organically grown fingerlings and round potatoes, garlic, winter squash, kale, beets, onions. Spring: spinach, leafy greens, kale and locally, handmade herbal products
Participating: Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 10

Maine Saltwater Creations
Portland, ME 04103
www.mainesaltwatercreations.com
All Gluten Free. Seafood cakes, small meals, fresh wild caught fish when available. Seafood cakes & meals are sold frozen
Participating: ALL DATES – Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Pies Pickles & Potions
North Berwick, ME 03906
sdbaking@gmail.com
www.thedirtymoose.com
The baking part: Crumble top pies, warm from the oven, whoopie pies, hand pies & some cookies, bars & those little cakes with a whole lot of frosting, pickles and jams made from local produce. The lotion part: Unscented skin care products
Participating: ALL DATES – Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Pork Beach Sauce Company
Cape Neddick, ME 03902
www.porkbeachsaucecompany.com
Barbecue sauces: apple, blueberry, Caribbean heat, cranberry, coconut lime, honey mustard, jazzy peppers, pomegranate, pineapple mango & sesame orange, steak rubs 
Participating: Nov 18, Nov 25, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 4, Mar 10, Mar 24

Riverside Farm (2 booths)
North Berwick, ME 03906
www.riversidefarmstand.com
Beets, carrots, salad greens, kale, onions, shallots, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, swiss chard, basil, donuts, relishes, honey, fruit spreads, parsnips, etc
Participating: ALL DATES – Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Sarandipity Soap Company
Berwick, ME 03901
All natural soaps, body butter, sugars scrub, shower soap, shampoo, lip balms, bath salts, bath bombs, soap dishes, wash cloths, soap sweaters, gift sets
Participating: ALL DATES Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17, Mar 10, Mar 24

Top of the Hill Farm
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
topofthehillfarm@metrocast.net
Beef, pork, lamb, maple syrup, eggs, apples, winter squash
Participating: ALL DATES – Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 117, Mar 10, Mar 24

YBME Creations
York, ME  03909
Lamps, macrame, mittens, photos of York County
Participating: Nov 18, Nov 25, Dec 9

Winter Farmers’ Market Applications

Nine Saturdays from November 2017 – March 2018 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
November 18, November 25, December 9,
January 6, January 20, February 3, February 17, March 10, March 24

Please Note: The Winter Market location has been changed to inside York Region Chamber of Commerce, 1 Stonewall Lane, York, ME 03909

2017 – 2018 Farmers’ Market  Winter Application – Agriculture

2017 – 2018 Farmers’ Market Winter Application – Prepared Food

2017 – 2018 Farmers’ Market Winter Application – Crafters

2017 – 2018 Winter Farmers Market Rules

Not sure which category you are?

  1. An Agricultural Vendor: a vendor who sells food, fiber, plants or flowers and value added agricultural products that were grown by the vendor. (In other words, products from their land or livestock.) Each agricultural vendor must sell at least 75% of the daily sales of their own products but can supplement with other food, fiber, plants or flowers from an outside source to not total more than 25% of daily sales. This is only to supplement what they are not able to offer.
  2. A Prepared Food Vendor: a vendor who sells ready to eat food or drink prepared by the vendor in a home or licensed community kitchen. Food vendors are encouraged to source ingredients from local farms and businesses.
  3. Craft Vendor: a vendor who sells items that do not qualify as agricultural or prepared food and that are hand crafted by the vendor in his/her home or shop. Acceptance is limited and determined by the market manager. Products must be in keeping with the tone of the market. Photos or samples must be submitted by new crafters.

About Our Sponsor

 

Summer Farmers Market Sponsor When Pigs Fly

Founder Ron Siegel started When Pigs Fly Bakery in March of 1993. After running his own restaurant and working at a restaurant in Boston in the 90s, Ron decided to enter the bread-baking business and practiced baking loaves out of his home. When he was ready to start, Ron rented a small space in Wells, Maine and brought samples to local stores and restaurants. On the first day of business in 1993, he baked 80 loaves of bread.

While visiting from California in May that year, Ron’s brother Andrew thought the bread was so good that he switched careers from accounting to bread baking and joined Ron in May of 1994. During the next six months, Ron and Andrew worked 20-hour days mixing, rolling, baking, slicing, bagging, and delivering When Pigs Fly bread, trying to keep up with the growing demand. During the summer of 1994, they hired their first employee. Soon they outgrew their oven and relocated the bakery to their hometown in York, Maine. After a year and a half at the new location, it was time to move again. This time they purchased a larger tract of land in York and built the bakery to be expanded if needed. And this site remains the location of When Pigs Fly Bakery today…

When Pigs Fly bread is all natural, with no added fats or preservatives. Although the bakery now produces over 12,000 loaves on busy days, the baking process has not changed from the first batch of 80 loaves baked over 15 years ago. All varieties are mixed from scratch each day using unbleached flour milled to our specifications. All other grains and flours are natural. Onions are roasted, potatoes are peeled, and other ingredients are prepared. Today there are 60 employees working almost around the clock to provide you with the freshest bread possible. You can order your choice of bread online, or visit any of the five stores or other  retail locations to purchase your favorite When Pigs Fly varieties.  www.sendbread.com

Special Thanks to our Summer Market Raffle Sponsor www.liquiddreamssurf.com

 

About our Winter Market Sponsor

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SIS Bank is a full-service bank committed to providing excellent service to individuals, families and businesses with all the 24/7 services the “big banks” have.  SIS is proud of its commitment to giving back to the communities it serves while enjoying a long history of helping families and businesses achieve their financial goals.  SIS is headquartered in downtown Sanford with 9 locations including the seacoast areas of Wells, York and now in New Hampshire on Islington Street in Portsmouth.  For more information, go to www.banksis.com.

 

Contact

York Region Chamber of Commerce

1 Stonewall Lane, York, ME 03909
Phone: (207) 363-4422 • Fax: (207) 363-7320

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