Nov 14 2012

Holiday Farmers’ Market

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and many more holidays just after, are you ready?  Come to the  Hunterdon Land Trust Holiday Farmers’ Market at 111 Mine Street, 9 am to 1 pm this Sunday November 18th for all  your holiday needs.

Get your Thanksgiving turkey from Griggstown Quail Farm. You can even call ahead to reserve most of your Thanksgiving meal from soup to pie! Check out Griggstown’s website for details.

Bridge on Horseshoe Bend Road by Penny Carlson

Bridge on Horseshoe Bend Road by Penny Carlson

There will be loads of options for getting an early jump on your holiday shopping:

Pick up art inspired by the natural world created by local artists. Not only will you get a great gift for the nature lovers in your life, you’ll also be supporting  the Hunterdon Land Trust – it’s like two gifts in one!

NJ Audubon will have their birdhouses, feeders and locally grown bird seed, Blue Mist Farms will have holiday greenery and The Coffee Scoop will have gift boxes of six four-ounce bags of organic fair trade coffee and their bagged coffee will be discounted by $2 per bag

Villa Milagro Vineyards will have two special holiday wines: Gracias for Thanksgiving and Feliz Navidad – a spiced mulled wine – for Christmas. You can even bring a light colored t-shirt and Val Sivili of Civilian will show you how to place a lovely screen print for free. Demonstration at noon.

Decorative Holiday Plants

Decorative Holiday Plants

Blue Mist Hollow Farm will have holiday greenery to spruce up your decorations  and special guest Jersey Jams and Jellies will be selling jelly filled cookies and preserves and. We’ll also have a tips for seed saving from the Girl Scouts and the Hunterdon Central High School Fiddlers setting a festive tone.

Hope to see you on Sunday!


Thanksgiving is next week!


One Response to Holiday Farmers’ Market

  1. Mark Canright November 16, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    Comeback Farm will be at the Flemington Market on Sunday with the following freshly harvested Organic Produce.

    Arugula, Bok Choy ,Carrots, Chard, Chinese Cabbage, Collards, Diakon Radish, Kale, Leeks, Mustard Greens, Peppers, Salad Radish, White Turnips. Should have some Potatoes.

    Farmer Mark

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