What’s Fresh this Week – November 4

Welcome to the Indoor Market

We’re moving inside Proctors this week! Our location may be changed, but we still have all the best local produce, meat, and prepared food – over 70 vendors at the Winter Market! Come visit us indoors, and see our exciting new food court expansion into Key Hall, across the Proctors Arcade! Visit our website to learn more about our moveSee you Sunday!

What’s Fresh This Week

Cooper’s Ark: Fresh, whole chickens, fresh heritage chickens, stewing hens, and a few fresh turkeys. Order your turkeys for the holidays: raised on chemical free grain and pasture; $3.50 per pound.

Susie’s Climax Creations: We will have fresh whole chicken and duck eggs available; plus our various jams and pickled items.

Merry Hill Farm: Hand dyed and natural color alpaca yarn, alpaca roving in five natural colors for hand spinning and crafts; knit and felted items; knitting kits. Order your custom knits now for the holidays.

Quincy Farm will have more big juicy tomatoes, delicious carrots, and the best sweet potatoes money can buy! Plus our usual great baby greens, squashes, and roots!

Free Bird Farm: certified organic produce and pasture-raised eggs; spinach, beets, carrots, kale, and other cooking-friendly veggies.

Burden Lake Creamworks introduces a limited edition of Vetiver: smoky, spicy, stimulating, and tranquilizing; for men and women.

Barber’s Farm: Broccoli, tomatoes, and sweet corn frozen and packaged at the peak of summer.

Adirondack Flower Farm: Lots of maple goodies, including maple Os – maple cream between to chocolate cookies then dipped in chocolate; maple cake doughnuts, maple filled pop tarts, and maple meranges.

Mariaville Farm: Fresh chicken and eggs, Black Angus beef, duck, and pasture raised pork and lamb. Fresh Shiitake and oyster mushrooms.

Ali Herrmann: Featuring a variety of new, foliage inspired watercolors, vibrantly colored encaustics, and lots of handmade jewelry.

Painted Goat Farm has goat meat: ground, stew, boneless leg roast, boneless shoulder roast, loin chops, rib chops, osso buco, liver, breast.

RAD Soap: Chaga-Berry Day Cream: contains the highest level of antioxidants that protect skin against environmental damage and provides continuous support with the skin’s natural defense system and improves repair capabilities. This is THE essential for your skin’s maintenanc.Cafe NOLA will be bringing tender ribs of beef quickly braised then simmered with Abita Turbo Dog beer, carrots, celery, onions, and tomatoes served over dirty rice. Fresh squeezed lemonade; tea and flavored lemonade.

Truffle’s Cupcakes by Collette: Try one of our fall flavors like caramel pumpkin spice or Caramel apple filled apple cider; or one of our many other gourmet cupcakes.

The New England Fudge Co. is back with almond butter crunch, gourmet fudge, peanut brittle, and wintergreen patties.

Pixie’s Preserves: Introducing our new flavor of autumn, a blend of apples and cranberries.

Variety Vendors

  • Susie’s Climax Creations
  • Earthstone candles
  • Adair Vineyards
  • Ali Herrmann
  • Syth/Cid Pottery
  • Earthly Remedies by Erin
  • Skinner’s Sugarbush
  • Truffle’s Cupcakes by Collette

Programming

Market Stage

10am-2pm Running the River

Lower Level

10am-12pm Emily Litwin

12pm-2pm Rick Sacchetti

Key Hall

10am-12pm Roots of Change

Children’s Activity

11am-1pm: Jen and Abigail twisting balloon creations

1pm-2pm: Flutterbug the Clown

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