Newmarket Farmers' Market Cookbook at Saturday's 10/3 Market

The Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held inside the Stone Church this Saturday October 3rd due to possible inclement weather.

A Newmarket Farmers' Market Cookbook will be available for the first time at this market for $1. The cover is an illustration of the market scene by local artist Michael Johntson. The cookbook consists of recipes from vendors and market patrons, making use of the ingredients offered throught the market season. Jill Leavenworth, the market coordinator, created this cookbook as a commemoration of the first Newmarket Farmers' Market season at the Stone Church.

This market day is the second to the last in season - the last being next Saturday October 10th. Due to the success of the market and the importance of providing a venue for local farmers, and offering local, fresh, organic food choices to the community, the market will continue throughout the cold weather months every third Saturday - November through March inside the Stone Church. November 21st will be the first Saturday of the cold weather markets offering food and music inside.
This Saturday two bands will be gracing the stage in the Stone Church giving market goers tunes to shop by.

Seacoast troubadour Michael Tero accompanied by guitarist Sean Yadisernia from the band Northern Roots (audio/video) will be playing original folk/Americana. For more information, email Sean.

Codfish Aristocracy (audio) is an acoustic three piece combo hailing from the New Hampshire Seacoast. Founded on the notion that "sometimes it must be the bourbon," they aim to be the band "grooving on the emerging rubble."

The Newmarket Farmers' Market is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Stone Church parking lot through October 10th. The weekly vendors offer fresh and organic food choices.

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1 comment:

KelLee said...

wonderful site - great work Jill et al :)

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