2017 Market Off to a Sunny Start

The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market had a sunny (mostly?) and successful (totally!) opening day last week for its 16th summer market. With 30 vendors and counting, Clark Park was jam packed with local produce, meats, eggs, honey, cheese, dairy products, coffee, herbal products, lots of baked goods and even ice cream and lobster. Four-legged visitors…

The Boys Fresh Catch Brings Premium Fresh Caught Fish to Market

Something’s fishy at the farmers market these days! The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market is proud and excited to welcome The Boys Fresh Catch to the summer market. Gaelyn and Mark Plachowicz of Brookfield bring in their catch out of Gloucester, Massachusetts on the Donna Marie, their 40-foot Novi dragger. Have you discovered their delicious fresh…

Market Opens Tomorrow: Weekly Raffle for $75

The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market will open for the 2016 summer season TOMORROW — Thursday, June 2. The market will be open every Thursday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. through October 6 at Clark Park, 233 South Main Street, in Wolfeboro, rain or shine. We’ll open with 33 great vendors, and we’re still reviewing applications…

Smiling Sheep Farm Brings Wooly Warmth to Market

Hillary Chapin of Smiling Sheep Farm brings her wool products, handwoven blankets, sheepskins and fresh lamb to market every week. Located in Milton, New Hampshire, Smiling Sheep Farm raises and shows sheep, with a flock of about 50 sheep—mostly romney, with a few blue-aced blue-faced leicesters. Romney is a sturdy, calm sheep, which Hilary first…

Butternuts Offers Ready-to-Serve Yummy Foods

Sally Hunter brings the best of Butternuts’ prepared foods to market every week, so it’s a good idea to keep your weekend menu planning open! If you’re too hot to cook, or extra company drops by, Butternuts can help. Butternuts’ Good Dishes has been in business in downtown Wolfeboro for seven years, offering kitchen goods,…