Brookford Farm: cheese, dairy, grains, vegetables, meat. Chris Meister, Phone: (603) 742-4084; email; www.brookfordfarm.com/
Cardigan Mountain Soap Works: handmade soaps, lotions, lip balm, sachets, herbal products, looseleaf herbal teas, bugs away lotion spray, a few herb or vegetable plants. Lilly Glatz, www.cardiganmountain.com/
Cutting Farm: fruits, berries, eggs, honey, lotion, jams, jellies, beeswax candles, honey stix, baked goods. Susan and Keith Cutting, www.cuttingfarm.com/
Dan's Plants: plants, "potted" perennials. Daniel Drew.
Farm to Table Catering: unique breakfast and lunch offerings. Shawn Deegan, email.
Fruitcake Farm: lamb, vegetables, sheepskins, yarn. Marguerite Conley, Phone: (603)523-7013
Hazzard Acres Farm: USDA pork, maple syrup, baked goods, eggs. Donna Abair, email
Highland Lake Apple Farm: vegetables, tree fruit in season, small fruit, jams, jellies, fresh cut and potted flowers, honey, bee products, hard crust breads, fresh pies. Peter Zak and Mary Lloyd-Evans, Phone: (603) 735-5058; email
Huntoon Farm: pork, beef, chicken, eggs, baked goods, prepared foods, maple syrup, vegetables. Donna and Phil Sprague, Phone: 768-5579; Email; www.huntoonfarm.com/
InMaterial: lavender sachets, bath salts, neck wraps, linen water. Leaf bird baths. Tote Bags made from t’shirts. Deborah Jackson, Email.
Jordanz Jewelz: jewelry, chainmaille, jewelry display holders, bookmarks.
Santa's Farm: vegetables, beans, squash, corn, greens, eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers, peaps, peppers, etc. Fruit, apples, and berries. Eggs, hand-painted glassware.
Stevens Crafts: knitted items, airplanes and tractors made from aluminum cans, bird houses, tables and planters made from twigs. Henry and Annette Stevens, Phone: 603-731-0763; Email
Sugar River Crafts: needle-felted sculptures and ornaments, hand painted driftwood, recycled wood/boxes and stones: fish, flowers, landscapes. Needlefelting demonstrations. Kristen Riccardi, Phone: 603-863-8036, Email
Veterans Ecoworld Inc.: “Worm Pee”, vermicompost, red wiggler composting worms, flowers, vegetables, worm bins. Bill Woodger, Phone: 603-526-7818; Email; www.vetsecoworld.com/
Amy Fecteau: (7/6, 8/3, 8/31) handmade, hand-stamped greeting cards, and various other paper crafts. Email, Phone: 603-735-5855.
Emma Chase Designs: (6/22, 6/29, 7/20, 7/27, 8/17, 8/31, 9/7), artisan jewelry - necklaces, bracelets, earrings, plus painted wooden stools. Ruth Chase and Bernie Joly
Nana's Kitchen: (6/22, 6/29, 7/13) jams, jellies, mustards, relishes, pickles, baked goods - breads, cookies, cakes, brownies, bars - macaroni & cheese, cheese spreads. Denise Curtiss, email
Newfound Wool Works: (6/22, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 8/10, 8/24, 9/21, 9/28) processed wool, clothing and toys made from recycled fabrics. Custom designs. Phyllis Rockwell, http://www.newfoundfarm.org/woolworks/
P&S Country Crafts, LLC: (8/17, 8/24, 9/21) bat and bird houses, wood turned bowls, bird feeders. Paul Sodano Email, Phone: 603-744-2265, www.pscountrycrafts.com
Rocky Meadow Designs: (6/22, 7/13, 7/27, 8/10, 8/31), hand knit felted purses, wine cozies, bowls, pins & hair clips, unique shoe planters, and scrubbies. Diane Clay, email.
NON-PROFITS for 2013
Wilmot Historical Society: Curiosity Shop - Memorabilia and historic artifacts. www.wilmothistoricalsociety.org
Wilmot Library: (6/22, 6/29, 7/13, 7/20, 8/10, 8,24, 9/7, 9/21) books www.wilmotlibrary.org
Application Information and By-laws
Market Eligibility: Farmers, specialty food producers, bakers, artisans, and hot food vendors over age 18 from within the State of New Hampshire who produce the products they intend to sell at the Market are eligible to apply. Applications, information and guidelines, and by-laws are available on line and from: Wilmot Farmers' Market, POBox 385, Wilmot, NH 03287. or contact Mary Lloyd-Evans (603)735-5058: email.