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Wolfeboro Area Farmers' Market

(Wolfeboro,NH)

The Wolfeboro Area Farmers' Market is gearing up for a new season. Since we have had an early spring, planting has already begun with spinach, lettuce, peas and broccoli in the ground. We have many returning vendors with vegetable, meat, honey, maple syrup and baked goods. We are looking forward to meeting the new faces of those who have applied and we are still seeking new vendors. Membership fees for applications received before May 15th are $15 and those after are $20. To receive vendor infomation please email: crookedpinefarm@hotmail.com All product sold at the market must be produced within 50 miles of Wolfeboro and are subject to approval by the Board of Directors of the Wolfeboro Area Farmers' Market. The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market will open Thursday, June 21, 2012 and will be open every Thursday from 12:30 - 4:30 until October 4th at Clark Park (233 South Main St.). Volunteers to help with vendor setup (11:30) are hugely appreciated. If you are interested and willing to lend a hand carrying boxes of vegetables, setting up tents, and other market setup tasks, please contact us at the crookedpine email address. If your schedule permits a weekly commitment, fabulous. If you can only squeeze in one hour in the middle of the season, it is equally appreciated. . Equally important to sourcing the freshest foods in town, the Farmers Market is also an opportunity for the whole family to come out and build a relationship with the people who grow and produce the food we eat. There is also a good chance you will bump into someone you know. Studies show that consumers have ten times as many conversations at farmers markets as they do at supermarket - an order of magnitude difference. As Bill McKibben says,"When you go to the farmers market . . . you're not just acquiring tomatoes, you're making friends." Come every Thursday to Clark Park between 12:30 and 4:30 to enjoy the harvest and celebrate community. We'll see you there.

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