2019-2020 Applications!

Hello Everyone!

Can you believe it is already time to apply for the 2019-20 Berwick Winter Farmers Market again! We hope you’ve all had a wonderful summer, and continue to enjoy all it has to offer!

Please find a link below to download the application for this season, and get it to us by October 1st if you’d like to be considered for a space this season.

2019-20 Berwick Winter Farmers Market Application

2018-19 Season Applications!

Hello Everyone!

Can you believe it is already time to apply for the 2018-19 Berwick Winter Farmers Market again! We hope you’ve all had a wonderful summer, and continue to enjoy these last few weeks!

Please find a link below to download the application for this season, and get it to us by October 15th if you’d like to be considered for a space this season.

2018-19 Berwick Winter Farmers Market Application

Save the Dates!

Berwick Winter Farmers’ Market Dates for 2017-18

Markets are held on the third Sunday of the month from October through April:

October 15, 2017
November 19, 2017
December 17, 2017
January 21, 2018
February 18, 2018
March 18, 2018
April 15, 2018

10am to 1:30pm
Berwick Town Hall
11 Sullivan Square
Berwick, ME 03901

Last Market of the Season

Sunday April 17th is our last market of the season from 10am to 1:30pm at Berwick Town Hall.

Come along for our usual local food vendors and grab a pizza from Embers Bakery. Their wood fired mobile pizza oven will be in the Town Hall parking lot during the market. Kevin makes wonderful pizzas using local ingredients where possible.

After your pizza you can join us inside as usual for a great day of local food, live music, and gathering with the community.

Summer markets start all over (North Berwick, Kittery, Somersworth, Dover, York, Sanford) in May or June so local food is still easy to get to.

Chef Demo at the March Market


We are thrilled to announce that Chef Evan Hennessey from Stages at One Washington in Dover will be doing a live cooking demonstration at the Farmers’ Market on March 20th at 11am. Chef Hennessey will use produce from the market to demonstrate how to create something seasonal and tasty. After the demo free samples will be available along with the recipe.

At his restaurant Chef Hennessey uses local ingredients wherever he can and has partnerships with many local farms, including some of our vendors (Flying Goat Farm, for instance). He also supports local food by giving talks at schools, conferences, and farmers’ markets.

Chef Hennessey graduated from Le Cordon Bleu at the Atlantic Culinary Academy in 2001. Since then he has worked alongside some of the best chefs in the country as well as working as executive chef at three restaurants in Portsmouth before founding Stages at One Washington 4 years ago. In 2014 he won two awards: he was a semi-finalist for a James Beard Award in the category of Best Chef New England, and he was the StarChefs.com Rising Star Chef Winner for Coastal New England.

Join us for this unique opportunity to see a master chef in action, and to learn how to make something extraordinarily tasty from simple, local ingredients.



Eating local in the winter can be tricky

We’ve gotten to that point in the winter where all of the apples I had wrapped individually in newspaper have been eaten or have gone rotten. The squashes in the attic are gone too, and only the dregs of the sage I dried in the fall remain. Local farm stands are closed for the winter and I have to resort to scanning the grocery store produce department labels until I find apples from Maine. Sometimes eating local takes extra work. But this weekend it will be easy to eat local, because there’s the Winter Farmers’ Market! I am so thankful for the farmers who keep growing and storing vegetables to bring to this market. It’s time for me to stock up!

Besides all of the local food, there’s another reason to come along to the market on Sunday – a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Black Trumpet Bistro. We will give away free raffle tickets to the first 100 visitors to the market. After the tickets are gone we will draw a ticket and one lucky person will take home the gift certificate.

See you at the market!

Spreading the love through food

At the December 20th Farmers’ Market we will be collecting fresh food donations for House of Hope, a food pantry and soup kitchen in Berwick. House of Hope runs a free community restaurant three nights a week. They served over 15,000 people in 2014 and estimate that they will have served over 16,000 people (3,000 of those were children) by the end of this year. They are doing amazing work at getting food to people in our community who need it. 

Here is how you can help too: When you come to the market by an extra onion, bunch of carrots, potatoes, lettuce or any other fresh food you like and put it in the donation box at the top of the stairs. All of the food will then be taken to House of Hope to be used either in their free community restaurant, or to be given out as part of their food pantry support to local people. 

This holiday season, I hope you will join us in spreading the joy of the season by sharing some fresh local food with our neighbors. 

Who’s at the market


We are thrilled to announce the following vendors for this season:

  • Annette’s Gardens – Rivards Farm: jams and jellies, vegetables, eggs
  • Beedandy: pure & natural products for body, bath, and home
  • Berry Best Farm: jams from their fruit, baked goods, raw honey, tote bags from recycled animal feed bags
  • Buddha’s Burning Buns: Granola, cookies, bars and other baked goods, recycled cork trivets
  • Cricket Corner Soapworks/Vintage Garden Jellies: herbal and goat milk soaps, skin care products, herbal teas, herbal & wine jams, jellies, pickles, preserves, relishes, baked goods
  • Flying Goat Farm: goat cheese, chevre, feta, hard cheese, select cuts of goat meat and pork
  • Frelsi Farm Icelandics: grass fed Icelandic lam, pasture raised whole chickens, eggs, Icelandic wool yarn
  • Hickory Nut Farm: cave aged goat milk cheese, yogoatgurt, goat milk fudge and waddles, goat milk soap
  • Chef’s Cove: pies, quick breads, pastries, cookies, brownies, coffee
  • Karimah’s Kitchen Lebanese Cuisine: Lebanese/Middle Eastern food, hummus, tabouleh, falafel, grape leaves, pita breads, and pastries.
  • Late Light Farm: seasonal vegetables and herbs, dreamcatchers, handmade hemp jewelry, sheepskins, handmade wooden toys
  • Leaven: bread
  • Maine Herb Farm: chicken and duck eggs, garlic, specialty potatoes, root vegetables, herbal products
  • Maine Saltwater Creations: gluten-free foods, seafood cakes, soup, chowder, small casseroles, fresh haddock (when available)
  • Our Farm: Grass-fed beef, pork (heritage breeds & pasture raised), chicken and duck eggs, organic mushrooms, baked goods
  • Pies, Pickles, and Potions: unscented lotions and creams, fruit pies, frosted cakes, whoopie pies, cookies, bars, pickles, and jams
  • Riverside Farm: vegetables, apple cider and potato donuts, relishes, fruit spreads, honey brussels sprouts, dry beans
  • Shady Mountain Farm: maple syrup; honey; chaga mushroom tea and tincture, and salve; herbal tinctures and salves; foraged mushrooms; wild nuts; wooden bird houses & boot jacks; African market baskets
  • Shagbark Farm: organic vegetables, root vegetables, greens, squashes, leeks and shallots
  • Silvery Moon Creamery: cows’ milk cheese and yogurt, wooden cheese boards, wooden gift boxes
  • Spiritwind Farm: eggs, goat milk soaps, moisturizer, and lip balms
  • The Soup Guy: gluten-free, vegan soups
  • Top of the Hill Farm: beef, pork, lamb, whole chicken, maple syrup, apples, winter squash, eggs
  • Two Toad Farm: vegetables, herbs, fruits, eggs