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Farmers’ Markets

Many area farmers’ market vendors will begin setting up their tents this month for the summer. The following list is alphabetical by town locations within our readership area. Call ahead or visit online to confirm hours of operation. Did we miss your market? Email us at editorfiddleheadnh@gmail.com.

Amherst Farm and Craft Market

Amherst Garden Center, 305 Route 101
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., year-round
(603) 465-1863

facebook.com/amherstfarmandcraftmarket

Handcrafted local products, meat, dairy, fresh eggs, greens, gourmet baked goods, jams and jellies, beer and cider and more.

Barnstead Farmers’ Market

Maple Street Church, 96 Maple St.
Saturdays, June 9 to Columbus Day weekend, 9 a.m. to noon.
(603) 269-2329

barnsteadfarmersmarket.club

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, jams and jellies, crafts, children’s activities, holiday special events. Rain or shine. SNAP/EBT accepted.

Bedford Farmers’ Market

St. Elizabeth Seton Parish, 190 Meetinghouse Road
Tuesdays, 3 to 6 p.m., early June to early October
bedfordfarmersmarketnh@gmail.com

facebook.com/BedfordFarmersMarketNH

Vegetables, fruit, flowers/plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, fish, meat, skin care, soaps, crafts. Weekly music and cooking demonstrations, children’s activities. SNAP/EBT accepted at individual vendors. Rain or shine.

Belmont Farmers’ Market

Belmont Ride Share, 798 Laconia Road/Route 106
One Sunday monthly, June to September, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

belmontnh.org/belmontfarm.asp

Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Live entertainment and demonstrations at each market. Confirm dates online.

Canterbury Community Farmers Market

9 Center Road, next to Elkins Public Library
Wednesdays, 4 to 6:30 p.m., June 6-Oct. 3
(603) 783-9043, canterburyfarmersmarket@gmail.com

ccfma.net

Open rain or shine (except thunderstorms), market accepts credit/debit/SNAP/EBT cards, local produce, fruits, meat, dairy, maple products, baked goods, ready-to-eat, crafts, live music, special themes, kids’ activities, leashed dogs welcome. 

Concord Farmers’ Market

Capitol Street
First Saturday in May to last Saturday in October, 8:30 a.m. to noon.

concordfarmersmarket.com

About 40 vendors of vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, baked goods, maple, meat, fish, honey, jams/jellies, condiments, mushrooms, pickles, teas, dog treats, pasta and sauces, nuts, popcorn, soap, lotions, wood products. SNAP/EBT accepted at the market. Rain or shine.

Contoocook Farmers’ Market

Contoocook Railway Depot
Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon, June through October
(603) 746-3749, tookymarket@live.com

facebook.com/ContoocookFarmersMarket

Fruit, veggies, meats, eggs, dairy products, seafood, jams, honey, syrup, artisanal breads, scones, granola, gluten-free and vegan baked goods, seedlings, alpaca products, soap and other body care products and more. Live music and special events. SNAP/EBT accepted. 

Derry Homegrown Farm & Artisan Market

1 West Broadway
Wednesdays, 3 to 7 p.m., 16 weeks starting June 6
(603) 548-3935, info@derryhomegrown.org

derryhomegrown.org

Locally grown produce, locally raised meats, eggs and poultry, organic and grass fed dairy options, and the highest quality prepared foods and baked goods along with quality handcrafted items from local artisans.

Dover Farmers’ Market

Chamber of Commerce, 550 Central Ave.
Wednesdays, June 6 to Oct. 3, 2:15 to 6 p.m.
marketmanager@seacoastgrowers.org

seacoastgrowers.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. SNAP/EBT/debit cards accepted at the market. Rain or shine.

Durham Farmers’ Market

Jackson’s Landing Park, 10 Old Piscataqua Road
Mondays, June 4 to Oct. 1, 2:15 to 6 p.m.
marketmanager@seacoastgrowers.org

seacoastgrowers.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Rain or shine. No market on Labor Day.

Exeter Farmers’ Market

Swasey Parkway
Thursdays, May 3 to Oct. 25, 2:15 to 6 p.m.
marketmanager@seacoastgrowers.org

seacoastgrowers.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. SNAP/EBT/debit cards accepted at the market. Music and events listed on the website. Rain or shine.

Farmington Farmers Market

Congregational Church lawn, corner of Central and Main streets
Saturdays, May to October, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(603) 859-2551

Promotes local business (within 100 miles and made or created by the vendor selling), budding entrepreneurs, musicians, artists and farmers. Rain or shine.

Franklin Farmers’ Market

Franklin Regional Hospital, 15 Aiken Ave.
Tuesdays, July to September, 3-6 p.m.
(603) 934-2060, ext. 8369, mlee@lrgh.org, www.lrgh.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, baked goods, meat, popcorn, special events. SNAP/EBT accepted.

Gilford Farmer’s Market

The Benjamin Rowe House, 88 Belknap Mtn. Road
Saturdays, June to September, 9 a.m. to noon
gilfordfarmersmarket@gmail.com

facebook.com/GilfordFarmersMarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts, music, face painting, demonstrations, Rowe House tours, educational exhibits. Rain or shine.

Hampton Falls Farmers Market

Hampton Falls Common, Route 1
Wednesdays, June to September, 2 to 6 p.m.
(603) 772-6963, jestafarm@aol.com

facebook.com/hamptonfallsfarmersmarket

Supports local farmers and small businesses to bring healthy local products to people of Seacoast communities.

Henniker Community Market

Henniker Community Park, 57 Main St.
Thursdays, 4 to 7 p.m., June through October
(603) 568-1562, hennikercommunitymarket@gmail.com

facebook.com/HennikerCommunityMarket

Locally grown food and high-quality homemade products, rain or shine, with live music every week.

Hillsborough Pride Farmers’ Market

Butler Park, West Main Street
Saturdays, June to September, 9 a.m. to noon
(603) 464-3500, gardensweet@tds.net

hillsboroughpride.org/farmersmarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, baked goods, meat, fish, crafts, periodic musical entertainment through the season. Rain or shine.

Laconia Farmers’ Market

Laconia City Hall. Beacon Street East
Saturdays, June 23 to Sept. 29, 8a.m. to noon
(603) 267-5326

laconiafarmersmarket.com

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, baked goods, maple, meats, honey, meat marinades, herbal products, crafts. SNAP/EBT/credit accepted. Rain or shine.

Laconia Main Street Outdoor Marketplace

Between Main and Pleasant streets
Thursdays, June 15- September, 3-6 p.m.
(603) 528-8541

facebook.com/LaconiaMainStreetMarket

Vegetables, breads, local meat, eggs, cheese, flowers, maple products, herbs, embroidery, soaps, jewelry, coffee, fruits, plants, knife sharpening, fermented vegetables, jams, dog cookies, tie dye, crafts, treats and prepared foods.

Lee Farmers’ Market

Old Lee Fire Station, corner of Mast Road and Recycling Center Road
Thursdays, May 31 to September, 3-6p.m.
(603) 659-9329

facebook.com/leefarmersmarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, fish, goat cheese, honey, crafts. Rain or shine.

Manchester Community Market:

Victory Park, 105 Concord St.
Thursdays, 3 to 6:30 p.m., June 21 to Oct. 4
(603) 860-5248, manchmarket@gmail.com

mcmnh.weebly.com

Vegetables, fruits, flowers, plants, maple, baked goods, dairy, meat, fish, hone, prepared foods, jams and jellies, dried herbs, body care items and soaps. EBT/SNAP accepted. Rain or shine.

Merrimack Farmers’ Market

526 Daniel Webster Highway
Wednesdays, June 13 to Oct. 10, 3 to 6 p.m.
(603) 759-2737, merrimackfarmersmarket@gmail.com

facebook.com/merrimackfarmersmarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Rain or shine.

Milford Farmers’ Market

300 Elm Street, located across the street from New Hampshire Antique Co-op.
Saturdays, June 16 through October 13, 10 a.m. to 1p.m.
(603) 345-0860, awcolsia@gmail.com

milfordnhfarmersmarket.com

Vegetables, fruit, flowers and plants, maple, dairy, baked goods, meat, fish, honey, eggs, dried beans, poultry, duck, baking mixes, granola, potatoes, skin care. SNAP/EBT accepted.

Nashua Farmers Market

Main Street Bridge, 65 Main St.
Sundays, June 17 to Oct. 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(603) 883-5700

downtownnashua.org/farmers-market

facebook.com/NashuaFarmersMarket

Vegetables, meats, honey, baked goods, prepared foods, crafts, entertainment, yoga instruction. Rain or shine. SNAP/EBT accepted.

New Boston Farmers’ Markets

Town Common, corner of Route 13 and Meetinghouse Hill Road
Saturdays, June 9 to October, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(603) 487-2102, karina@greentwiatacres.com

facebook.com/NewBostonFarmersMarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, baked goods, meat, honey, BBQ sauce, herbal teas, skin care products, wool items, soap, jewelry, music on the gazebo. Rain or shine.

Open Air Farmers Market of New Hampton

Townhouse Road
Saturdays, June 9 to Columbus Day, 9 a.m. to noon
(603) 968-9530, openairmarketnh@gmail.com

openairmarketnh.com

Vegetables, fruit, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, crafts, music, sandwiches, special events. Rain or shine.

Antique Alley Regional Farmers’ Market

442 First NH Turnpike, Northwood
Fridays, June 22 to Sept. 7, 4 to 6:30 p.m.
Aarfm2017@gmail.com

facebook.com/antiquealleyregionalfarmersmarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts

Penacook Village Farmers’ Market

95-97 Village St.
Mondays, early June through August, 4-6:30 p.m.
(603) 770-3226, info@penacook.org

facebook.com/PenacookVillageFarmersMarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts, live entertainment. SNAP/EBT accepted. Rain or shine.

Fresh Chicks Local Outdoor Market

Monadnock Community Hospital, 452 Old Street Road, Peterborough
Mondays, May 7 to October, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

facebook.com/Fresh-Chicks-Local-Outdoor-Market-197721703591717

Vegetables, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Rain or shine.

Peterborough Farmer’s Market

Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm St.
Wednesdays, May 2 through Ocotber, 3-6 p.m.
peterboroughfarmersmarketnh@gmail.com

facebook.com/PeterboroughNHFarmersMarket/

Vegetables, plants and herbs, eggs, baked goods, meat, homemade products, occasional music. Rain or shine.

Portsmouth Farmers’ Market

City Hall, 1 Junkins Ave.
Saturdays, May 5 to Nov. 3, 8 a.m. to 1p.m.
marketmanager@seacoastgrowers.org

seacoastgrowers.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts, special events. SNAP/EBT/debit cards accepted. Rain or shine.

Lamprey Farmers’ Market

Raymond Town Common, Church Street
Thursdays, June to August, 3-6 p.m.

facebook.com/lampreyfarmersmarket/

Vegetables, fruits, dairy, maple, baked goods, crafts, summer concert series. Rain or shine. SNAP/EBT accepted.

Rochester Farmers’ Market

Rochester Common
Tuesdays, June 12 to Sept. 25, 3-6 p.m.
(603) 817-6030

rochesternhfarmersmarket.com

Seasonal veggies, baked goods, honey, soaps, beef, poultry, pork, eggs, plants, cut flowers, fruits. Rain or shine.

Salem Farmers Market

Salem Market Place, 224 North Broadway
Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., year-round
(603) 893-4000, info@salemnhfarmersmarket.org

salemnhfarmersmarket.org

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, prepared foods, honey, cheese, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, jams and jellies, crafts, events. SNAP/EBT accepted. Rain or shine.

Seacoast Community Marketplace

Scamman Farm, Route 108, Stratham
Saturdays, June to October, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(603) 686-1250

facebook.com/seacoastcommunitymarketplace

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, jams, handmade products, crafts, kids’ activities. Rain or shine.

Somersworth Farmers Market

Goodwin Community Health, 311 Route 108
Mondays, June to September, 3-6 p.m.
(603) 994-6357

scphn.org/somersworth-farmers-market

facebook.com/SomersworthFarmersMarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, fish, crafts, music, local restaurants, nonprofits, children’s table. SNAP/EBT/debit cards accepted. Rain or shine.

Warner Area Farmers’ Market

Warner Town Hall, 5 Main St.
Saturdays, May to October, 9 a.m. to 1p.m.

facebook.com/warnerareafarmersmarket

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, vegetable starts, maple, baked goods, dairy, meat, mushrooms, honey, jams and jellies, tea, soap, basketry, crafts, music, mid-summer garlic harvest party. Rain or shine.

Meetinghouse Farmers’ Market

Washington Town Common
Saturdays, end of May to early September, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(603) 495-0095

facebook.com/Meetinghouse-Farmers-Market-233846373357532/

Vegetables, fruits, plants, maple syrup, eggs, jams and jellies, baked goods, crafts and more.

Weare Farmers’ Market

Gazebo in Center Park
Fridays, early June to early October, 3 to 6 p.m.
farmersmarketweare@gmail.com

facebook.com/Weare-Farmers-Market-543694352318270

Spring vegetable and herb transplants, greens and seasonal vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs, raw honey, fresh and dried Shiitake mushrooms, meats, fruit, corn, eggs, handmade soaps and balms, specialty foods.

Wilmot Farmers Market

Wilmot Flat Town Green
Saturday, June 23 to Sept. 29, 9 a.m.-noon.
(603) 938-2416

wilmotfarmersmarket.com

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Rain or shine. SNAP/EBT/debit cards accepted.

Wolfeboro Area Farmers’ Market

Clark Park, 233 S. Main St.
Thursdays, May 31 to Oct. 4, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
(603) 539-8134, wottonfarm@gmail.com

wolfeboroareafarmersmarket.com

Vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants, herbs, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, fish, lobster, honey, jams and jellies, prepared foods, dog treats, vegan ice cream, mead, coffee, olive oil. SNAP/EBT accepted. Rain or shine.