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Winter Farmers' Market at Cole Gardens

Date/Time

Nov 2, 2013 to Dec 21, 2013
10:00 AM

This event occurs weekly, on Saturday.

Description

Winter Farmers' Market returns to Cole Gardens for the 5th season on November 2. We are proud to support NH-based farmers at Concord's only indoor market on Saturdays from Nov 2 - Apr 12 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Visit our greenhouse and shop among more than two dozen vendors who offer locally-raised meats, produce, baked goods and more!
Producers come to Cole Gardens from as nearby as Concord to as far away as Milford; but all are based in New Hampshire and have unique and quality products to sell.

Cost

Free

Location

View map Cole Gardens
430 Loudon Road (Route 9 East)
Concord, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Cole Gardens

Phone

603-229-0655

Contact name

Charlie Cole

Contact email

charlie@colegardens.com

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