Stockings, Turkeys & Gourds at Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market

The first of the Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Markets is tomorrow from 9 to 1 at the Stone Church offering market goers an array of holiday eats and crafts.
Funky holiday stockings - Ho Ho Heels
, fabric wine bags and decorative stemware coils will be at the Newmarket Farmers' Market tomorrow and at the December 19th market. Pam Chaffee has been sewing and crafting since childhood and is putting her talents to work for this holiday season.
Watch for her Ho Ho Heels in the December issue of NH Magazine.
Three pastured turkeys will be available tomorrow from Peter Allen's Newfield's Own farm in Newfields. These fowl are unique to the the Seacoast area offering pastured poultry, truly grass fed. His pastured fowl are raised outside in small groups that are protected by large bottomless pens which are moved daily onto new ground. The shelters protect chickens and turkeys from predators, while allowing exercise, small groupings, fresh air and green forage.
Unique birdhouses and ornaments created from the gourds Ted and KelLee Larson grow at their Wadleigh Falls Road property in Newmarket will be displayed for market goers perusal. Always evolving, Ted's techniques have ranged from undertone stains to splatter painting.

The Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held every third Saturday of the month through March at the Stone Church where fresh and organic food choices are offered. For more information, contact Jill Leavenworth, market coordinator.

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