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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Market Vendors For Last Market Of The Season: Feb 20th

This is the LAST market of the season! We have plenty going on, so don't miss it! 
We have a fantastic, free seminar at 11:00 by Terry Golson: "Selecting Chicken Breeds". Terry has extensive chicken-keeping experience as well as being the author of Tillie Lays An Egg and The Farmstead Egg Guide And Cookbook. You can check out Terry's chickens here on her webcam. Terry will cover the basics of choosing the right chicken breeds for your needs - family friendly, egg production, personality, etc. to get you started in this fantastic backyard hobby. Terry will be available to answer all your chicken-keeping questions. We will have order forms available for ordering your chickens at the conclusion of the seminar. The chicks are expected to arrive end of April/beginning of May.  
National Sharpening Company will be here this week parked in their sharpening van in front of the greenhouse. Bring your scissors, knives and garden tools to be sharpened. Food processor not working so well? Bring in the blade to be sharpened - all while you are shopping at the market.
Our non-profit this week is the Chelmsford Girl Scouts. They will be selling their delicious cookies.
Good news - Jones Farm in Chelmsford (246 Acton Road) will be continuing the market at their farm for the months of March and April. The first market will be on Saturday, March 5th from 10:00-2:00. Many of the vendors below will also be attending the market at Jones Farm.
Here is a listing of this week's vendors:
Razzy's Baking & Catering: cookies, fruit bars, brownies, tea breads, mini pies, cookie pops, cake pops, cakes and pies
Wild Nick's Cafe: Panzanella salad, spinach and quinoa salad and new this week: Rush24 - nutritious, all natural juice with superfoods to aid digestive health, balance acids, reduce inflammation and increase metabolism and stamina.
Harvard Cider Company: Anchor: semi-sweet hard cider, Paradise: off dry Belgian style cider steeped with California orange peel and African black peppercorn, Missing Link: truly hopped session cider for the craft beer drinker 
Cuesta's Fiestas: empanadas, Fritas Cuban burger Cuban sandwiches and bacon, egg & cheese french fry sandwich (come early - they sell out quickly)
Fudge N' Stuff: homemade fudge, toffe, brittles, barks and popcorn
Muddy Water Coffee Roasters: freshly roasted coffee beans by the bag and coffee by the cup
Surfing Goat Soap:  All natural goat milk soaps with essential oils and no harsh ingredients in dozens of scents - and unscented
New England Comfort Foods: ready to eat hot chili, clam chowder and mac & cheese 
Seafood Express: fresh fish and seafood - or pre-order by 7:00am Friday and receive 10% off your order - Call 978-314-2372 or email orders@seafoodex.com
Warren Farm & Sugarhouse: maple syrups, sauces, rubs and confections
Lyn-Dell Farm: farm fresh beef, pork and chicken
Jones Farmspinach, kale, mesculin mix, squash, radishes, carrots, broccoli, apples, cider, eggs and cheese
Kittredge Candles:  hand-made soy candles in an amazing array of scents
Aaronap Cellars: award winning Massachusetts Chardonnay, Malbec, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Merrimac Red, and Forest Gold Maple wine
Amir's Natural Foods: hummus (plain and red pepper), spinach pie, falafel, Baba Ganoush, wheat salad, orzo pasta salad, pita bread & chips and Baklava
Chelmsford Girl Scoutscookies, cookies and more cookies
Got Thymechicken pot pie, shepherd pie and soups
National Sharpening Cocbring your knives, scissors, garden tools and food processor blades to be sharpened while you shop
Westford Hill Alpaca Farm : ****LAST MINUTE CANCELLATION****beautiful handmade winter wear from alpaca fiber: gloves, hats, mittens, scarves and boot liners to keep your feet toasty warm
Bagel LandNew York water bagels and a variety of fresh baked breads

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