Westminster Farmers' Market
Know local farms; Know great food
11th Annual WESTMINSTER FARMERS’MARKET
2019 Vendors (some will be arriving later in the season)
Vendors at the 2019 Market (some will be arriving later in the season)
Beadin in Eden, Kathy Burgess-Fumicello, colorful gemstones in the creation of jewelry
Bee Nice Farm, Mary Varteresian, honey
Westminster’s own: Brookside Family Farm, Vee Lashua, produce
Westminster’s own: CircleLife, Cynthia Gauthier, skin food
David Morrison, knife sharpening
Five Loaves Bakery, Connie Collugy and Darren Collugy, artisan breads
Giacomos Gourmet Granola, Jim and Laurie Del Garbino, baked goods
Greenwood Hill Farm, Tom and Andrea Colyer, merino wool knitting yarns, blankets, lamb meat
Mike’s Bird Houses, Michael Cygan – Bird houses, bird feeders, bat houses
Westminster’s own: ML’s Greenery in Motion, ML Altobelli, vegetable and flowers seedlings, herbs
Pease Orchard, Robert & David Pease, fruit, produce
Pinky's Yard Art, Ellen Blackie, lawn ornaments
Plain View Farm, Keith and Debbie Tetreault, alpacas, crabs
Westminster’s own: Quilts and More, Patty Hurd, maker of kitchen craft items. Homemade fudge.
Rachel’s Everlasting, Rachel Gonzalez, produce, smoothies and more
Red Barn Cookies, Serena Jones, Cookes
Rice’s Roots Farm, Conor Rice, high-quality, organically grown vegetables
Westminster’s own: Rouleau Family Micro-Farm. Lorna and Marc Rouleau, produce, berries, eggs
Westminster’s own: Sargent’s Kitchen, Karen Sargent, salsa kits, tomatillos, baked goods.
Westminster's Own: Shizen, Atsuko Harding: Handmade soaps and lotions, beeswax ornamentsSchultz Farm, Sam and Carey Schultz, Richard Schultz, produce
Shagbark Farm, Tom West, seasonal jams, jellies and syrups.
Skip’s Jelly, Skip Walker, pepper Jelly
Sweet Pumpkin Farm, Donna McGrath, produce, lotions, crafts.
True Calling Farm, Forest Wilber and Amber Bahn, produce, herbs, cut flowers
Westminster’s own: Wind Eagle Farm, John and Bonnie Cook, organic feed, grass fed poultry, pork, and beef. Prepared meals specializing in chicken pot pies and pulled pork
Woodland Ridge Farm, Philip and Beth Anderson, fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers