Power of Produce Clubs

Power of Produce Clubs are fun, free, and filled with fresh local food. Fourteen locations are hosting Power of Produce this summer. Visit our POP page  or download the schedule here. Kids sign up at the POP Host table and learn about the day’s produce-based activity. It might be a scavenger hunt, a quiz, an easy salad recipe. When they’ve completed the activity (everyone’s a winner!) children receive $2-3 of kids-only market money to spend on produce. Kids can come once or come many times, during the hours listed below. No need to sign up in advance or come at a certain start time. It’s a wonderful way to connect children with healthy eating, healthy shopping, local farms, and fun! Get the details!

“Friend of the Market” Deals

The food is fresh, the market is fun, and the deal is sweet! 

Support Your Farmers’ Market with the
NEW Friend of the Market Card! 

Buy a Friend of the Market card ($20) at your participating farmers’ market and take advantage of weekly vendor specials just for Friends.
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Visit the market manager booth at your farmers’ market to buy your card. Each week select vendors will offer Friend of the Market specials. Show your card and get a special deal. Participating markets are listed below, and click here for a full calendar of area markets and summer activities!

Use your Friend of the Market card at any of these markets:

Hanover Area Farmers’ Market
Hartland Farmers’ Market
Greater (Bellows) Falls Farmers’ Market
Lebanon Farmers’ Market
Newport Farmers’ Market
Norwich Farmers’ Market
Royalton Farmers’ Market
Woodstock Market on the Green
 Card valid May-October 2018 

 

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Photo credit Molly Drummond

Farmers’ Markets are Truly Local

Download the printable area Farmers’ Market Calendar! See a full online area market schedule here! Farmers’ markets are truly local, and that’s as true today as it was 20 years ago. You don’t have to worry about reading labels or reading between the lines, because you can talk to the farmer. Get the real story behind your food, learn how it was made and why. These things matter to you, and hearing directly from the producer is best.With over 20 area markets you can meet hundreds of local producers and find the foods that make you smile.

Special activities for kids and the Friend of the Market card are just two of the exciting programs this summer at many markets. You can find details here.

So download the printable area Farmers’ Market Calendar. It’s handy for work, home, car, church, school… share your love of local with your communities.

Beautiful market photo by Molly Drummond!