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Carlisle Farmers' Market
75 Lowell Road, Kimball's Ice Cream Carlisle MA 01741
(978) 371-1925
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Cheese and Early Spring Greens

March 4 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Join us this Saturday for the fifth farmers’ market of the winter season.

This week we are excited to welcome our newest vendor Black Eyed Susan Sheep Dairy to the lineup, bringing several types of aged cheeses, including manchego and asiago styles.

Just Hummus and Grateful Tastes return on Saturday with a great selection of hummus, tahini dressing, honey, jams and preserves! As always, you can shop for all your favorite seasonal produce, pasture raised meat, and sustainable seafood, along with LFM specialty food vendors such as Valicenti Pasta, Del Sur empanadas, Bombay Brunch and more For the best in Valentine’s gifts for all ages, visit Homespun Waldorf for handcrafted artisan goods!

March 4 Farmers and Vendors:

Farm Produce

Anything Grows – Certified Organic Microgreens, Winter Greens, Potted Herbs, and CSA Tulips Signups

Farmer Dave’s – Apples, Root Vegetables, Greens, Fat Moon Mushrooms, Seasonal Soups

Meat, Poultry, Eggs, Seafood, and Cheese

Cape Ann Fresh Catch – Fresh Fish and Twin House Smoked Seafood

Copicut Farms – Pork, Poultry, Lamb, Beef*, and Eggs (*new to the winter market from Copicut)

Black Eyed Susan Sheep Dairy – Aged Cheese, Pelts, and Roving Wool

Bread & Baked Goods

Farmer Dave’s – Baked Goods, Quiche, and Jams

Grateful Tastes – Sweet, savory & spicy preserves, jams, jellies, maple syrup, and honey

Just Hummus – Hummus, felafel, and tahini dressing.

Specialty Foods

Bombay Brunch  – West Indian vegetarian dishes

Del Sur – Frozen Empanadas

Valicenti Pasta Farm – Frozen Ravioli, Sauces, and Fresh Pasta

Artisan Goods

Homespun Waldorf – Handcrafted Toys, Books, Gifts and Art Supplies

ENTRANCE: The entrance to the Winter Market is around the back of the Waldorf School; follow the signs and balloons! We anticipate a good showing; as in previous years if necessary we will ask folks to be patient and wait in the hall at the entrance if we reach capacity within the market space. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

PARKING: Parking will be available on Mass. Ave., on the marked spots on the semi-circle in front of the school and the school’s parking lot on the upper right, and limited Senior and ADA parking is available behind the school near the back entrance.