Winter Farmers Market




Shake the winter blues with fresh and local food at the Seacoast Eat Local's Winter Farmers Markets.

Donations for local food pantries will be accepted at the farmers’ markets. Consider buying an extra item to donate to the food pantries. Suggestions include staples like potatoes, onions, squash and baked goods. All products are welcome.

At the end of each market, many farmers generously donate goods, bringing together the joint efforts of producers and consumers to share locally grown wholesome foods.

The list of available produce ranges from meat and seafood to vegetables, cheeses, honey, eggs, maple syrup, baked goods, jams, jelliies and much more.

January 9: Exeter High School, 1 Blue Hawk Dr., Exeter. 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

January 23: Wentworth Greenhouses, 141 Rollins Rd, Rollinsford. 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

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