October 31 Chelsea Farmers Market


The Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market takes place from 8 a.m.- noon on Oct. 31 at the Palmer parking lot. This is the last market of the season! There will be a cooking demonstration and a free market basket giveaway as well.

Visit us at the winter market Nov 7 – Dec 19 at the Washington St Education Center, 500 Washington St. The Nov 7 market is now at the WSEC, outdoors in its parking lot. Market runs Saturday mornings, 9 am – noon.

*Thanks to Chelsea Update for content and pictures.

Below is a list of vendors expected to be there and what they might have for sale.

Kapnick Orchards: Several varieties of apples, pears, red and white potatoes, baked goods, nut butters, homemade fudge.
Goetz Greenhouse:
 Spinach, Curly Kale, Swiss Chard, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Fingerling Potatoes (Austrian Crescent, Purple puruvian, Red Thumb, French and Ozette ), Tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Pie Pumpkins, Winter Squash (Buttercup, Butternut, Acorn, Sweet Dumpling and Spaghetti ), Parsnips, Leeks, Brussel Sprouts, Beets, last of the season zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers and peppers. Limited supply of tomatoes. Fall Decorations: Carving Pumpkins, White Pumpkins and Cinderella varieties Indian Corn, Gourds, Mini Pumpkins, Mini straw bales.
Frog Hollar Farms: cabbage, peppers (hot and sweet), tomatoes, apples, radishes, onions, broccoli, potatoes, jars of salsa and preserves.
Heim Gardens: fall produce.
Stonehearth Breads:
 Artisan breads made from scratch with no preservatives including apple cinnamon, peach pecan, bacon cheddar beer bread, and German sauerkraut; pepperoni rolls and Reuben rolls, cookies, buns, brownies.
H and H Sugarbush: Maple syrup, candy, nuts, maple cream, maple sugar.
LA Baguette: baguettes, boules, madeleines, brioche.
Tasty Bakery: Vegan, gluten free, soy free, and low-glycemic baked goods including granola bars, brownies, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and berry bars.
Bordine Farms: Mums, dahlia bouquets in recycled containers.
Tantre Farm always has unusual offerings.
Tantre Farm always has unusual offerings.
Tantre Farm: Arugula, Beets (Chioggia, Red, Golden, Cylindra), Bok Choy, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Green Cabbage, Carrots (orange and purple), Cauliflower (Purple & Romanesco), Swiss Chard, Collard Greens, Garlic bulbs, Herbs (many varieties), Kale (Lacinato, Rainbow Lacinato, Curly, Red Russian, Siberian), Onions (red, yellow), Hot Peppers (cayenne, jalapeno, poblano, shishito), Sweet Peppers (red and green), Potatoes (Red, Yellow, Blue, Pink, and Fingerling), Pie Pumpkins, Daikon Radishes (white, green, and purple), Watermelon Radishes, Raspberries, Rutabaga, Spinach, Winter Squash (Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Jester, Kabocha, Carnival, Delicata, Spaghetti, Tetsukabuto), Tatsoi , Tomatoes (grape, cherry), White Hakurei Turnips
Rulig’s Produce: fall produce
Dave’s Honey: Raw Local Honey: 2 oz., 8 oz, 16 oz, 6 lb jars — Bee’s wax, Candles, Propollis, Bee Pollen and a fabulous Honey Health Drink.
Robin Hills Farms: arugula, fava beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, ground cherries, kale, leeks, lemon grass, onions, peas, radishes, salad mix, scallions, sorrel, chard, tomatoes, winter squash, herbs, mint, thyme, oregano, pumpkins, basil, sage, tarragon, rosemary.
Breakin Away Café: cookies, caramel corn, breakfast bars, cereal made from oats, nuts, seed and dried fruit, two snack mixes – one with nuts, dried fruits and M and M’s and the other is a Chex mix.
Carolyn Meyer: jam.

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