Friday, June 22, 2012

Laconia Farmers Market Opens June 23rd

Laconia, NH – The Laconia Farmers’ Market opens on Saturday, June 23rd in downtown Laconia at the City Hall Parking Lot.  We have sixteen vendors from throughout the region selling a variety of, locally grown vegetables, garlic, herbs, fruit, berries, natural meats, seafood and delicious farmstead jams and jellies, baked goods, artisan breads and a selection of unique handmade crafts, soaps and art.
Join us for special opening day features:

Mystic Eye Creations from Franklin, NH, will be doing live demonstrations of wood turning and how their products are made. Daniel Podawiltz will be making kaleidoscopes, ornaments, key chains and various other gift items – even fulfilling custom orders on the spot and answering any questions you might have.

Bubble and Flame Soap Company, from Gilmanton, NH, providing fun and whimsical, handmade soaps, has a special – buy three, get the fourth free.

Shapleigh Island Lobster Company, from Portsmouth, NH, has an opening day special price on lobster, at $3.85 per lb.

In addition, we have a wonderful array of growers and unique specialty vendors this year.
Arbutus Hill Farm - Fresh local vegetables and herbs; Bill and Diane Brown - Maple products, seasonal vegetables and fruit; Brian Ramsey - Seasonal vegetables, berries and maple products; DeNutte Delights - High quality, handmade soy candles in mason jars; Eat Dessert First - Delicious homemade baked goods, chocolates, candies, cookies and sweet breads; Herbal Earth - Cut flowers, dried herbs and herbal products;; Nadja Hebert - Organic vegetables, herbs and berries and homespun yarn; Rustic Raven – Baked Goods; Still Seeking Farm - Organic vegetables, blueberries, maple syrup, soap, beeswax candles, homemade baskets; The Bread Peddler - Homemade artisan breads; The Dog Door Bakery - Wholegrain hand-mixed and hand-cut treats dog biscuits.

Come out and experience our beautiful outdoor market and enjoy the local flavor. “Live Free, and Eat Local”

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