Lowell Farmers’ Market

Locally grown, fresh, nutritious, foods. Specialty handmade goods. Fun for the whole family! #liveatthemarket #LowellFarmersMarket

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Experience Lowell’s Original Urban Outdoor Market!

Since 1979, Community Teamwork has sponsored the Lowell Farmers’ Market, offering fresh, locally grown produce from area farmers, as well as meats, fish, honey, baked goods, prepared meals, hand-crafts and more, in a beautiful, urban setting. While you shop, enjoy live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, and  activities for the whole family! Open Fridays, from July through October, the Lowell Farmers’ Market is a rare gem in the heart of Downtown Lowell. 

  • Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover accepted
  • WIC coupons, SNAP/EBT, and Senior Coupons accepted
  • Department of Agriculture authorized Farmers’ Market

LOWELL FARMERS’ MARKET 2019: FRIDAYS, 12-5PM, JULY 12TH – OCTOBER 25TH, LUCY LARCOM PARK

Interested vendors — please contact Sue Brittain, SBrittain@commteam.org or lowellfarmersmarket@commteam.org,  978.654.4905

Vendor Letter

Lowell Farmers’ Market Applications 2019

Contract 2019

ENTERTAINMENT 2019

Includes Brian Rutherford’s A & B Music DJ / Karaoke Services (@AandBMusicCo) – Music/Dancing/Bubbles (2-3pm: 7/26, 8/16, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25) and Curious Creatures (@curiouscreaturesma) – Education show teaching respect and appreciation for unusual, exotic, curious creatures (1-2pm: 7/12, 7/19, 8/2, 8/9, 8/23, 8/30)

 

2019 Vendors

 

Name / Web
Description FaceBook Twitter
Everything Alpaca NH – New

Quality Crafted Alpaca Products
Proudly Made in the USA

 

@EverythingAlpacaNH  

 

Spring Brook Farm

New

Family-Owned and Community-Minded: Since 1713, we’ve been bringing quality produce to the families of Littleton, MA and surrounding communities.
Only at Spring Brook Farm can you find exquisite local produce, artisan baked goods prepared on site, humanely raised beef, pork, and lamb,our own eggs hand gathered daily, as well as imported soaps, beeswax candles, vintage jewelry, and delightful antiques. Our green house shelters hard to find herbs, orchids, ferns, and flowers and we also provide seasonally appropriate starts and annuals ready to plant. In addition, we offer compost, loam, and dirt, firewood, and feed grain.
@SpringBrookFarmLittletonMA
Piper Ranch

New

Scottish Highland 100% Grass Fed Beef, Pork, Beef and Pork Salami, and eggs. We also sell maple syrup, honey, seasonal fruit.

 

@ Piper Ranch
French Hill Maple

New

State of the art maple sugaring operation owned by Tom Hungerford & family.

 

Roma Bakery

New

 

Pies, breads, cookies, whoopee pies, and fruit pastries

 

 

 

 

@RomasBakeryDeli  

 

Kabob House Inc.

New

 Stop by for Lunch!
Willow Spring Vineyards, LLC

Haverhill MA

New

 

~ Coming 7/12, 7/26, 8/9, 8/23 and 9/20

WINE

 

@WillowSpringVineyards
Abbot Hill Creamery 

New

All kinds of Cheese

Abbot Hill Creamery crafts 20 styles of artisan cheese using milk from our 15 grass-fed cows. We are located on Temple-Wilton Community Farm in Wilton, NH

@ Abbot Hill Creamery
Farmer Dave’s @farmerdavesCSA
Seona Farms Seona Ban Ngufor, small-scale vegetable farmer and resident of Lowell, MA, signed a lease to use one acre of land that was identified through a new Farmland Identification and Outreach Initiative lead by the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. @NewEntrySustainableFarmingProject
Phalla’s Produce FARM @NewEntrySustainableFarmingProject  

 

Mill City Grows @MillCityGrows @MillCityGrows
 YouthBuild of Greater Lowell  

Hand crafted adirondack chairs, cornhole games, birdhouses, benches, boxes and more!

Also, Chef and Instructor of the Culinary Program at YouthBuild Anna, Jabar-Omoyeni (former owner of La Boniche Restaurant in Lowell for many years) will be doing demonstrations on preparing recipes using some the ingredients available at the Market!

 @CTIYBGL

 

@YBLCulinary

 

Lowell Collaborative PreSchool Academy (LCPA)

BOOTH SITE FOR KIDS’ EVENTS! 
Women and Infant Children (WIC)

Nutritional Recipes Weekly and Demos Monthly!

Community Teamwork Information about the Lowell Farmers’ Market and our many other programs and POPCORN!  

@CommTeamInc.

 

@LowellFarmersMarket

 

 

@comm_team

 

@LowellMrkt

 

 

Farmers’ market regular or not, we want your thoughts!

CISA (Community Involved In Sustaining Agriculture) is working with regional partners to gather thoughts directly from shoppers about how and why you choose to shop for local food. Please give a few minutes to fill out this survey, and share it with friends! Start the survey now! Please share with your friends ~ The survey will remain open until October 1st.

 

 

For more information about our WIC Program – contact 978.454.6397. To qualify, you must be over 4 months of age and be actively receiving WIC services. Benefits are $20 per person and are given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please call the Lowell WIC Office at 978.454.6397 with any questions. See you then!

WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program Information
WIC Program Director
Community Teamwork
45 Kirk Street
Lowell, MA  01852
Phone: 978-654-4930
Fax: 978-458-8594
www.commteam.org

Massachusetts Farmers Market Week August 4-10 in conjunction w/ annual National Farmers Market Week. Let’s celebrate Farmers Markets! That week is a great opportunity to show the nation how much value markets bring to their communities.  Read the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Proclamation

FAVORITE RECIPES ~ by Anna Jabar-Omoyeni – CTI’s YouthBuild Catering Program AND  by WIC

An Early Summer Menu ~ favorite recipe for the week of July 20, 2018: Moroccan Grilled Chicken with herbs & citrus AND Farmers’ Market Greens, beets, goat cheese, & honey lemon dressing

WATER: THE CLEAR CHOICE

LOADS OF FUN ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE KIDS THIS SUMMER — ENTERTAINMENT  2019

SOME OF OUR VENDORS FROM 2018 INCLUDED

 

Name / Web
Description FaceBook Twitter
KRM Chocolate  

Handmade in New Hampshire using the finest ingredients, our luscious gourmet specialty chocolates — now available online — are created in small batches and delivered fresh. Try our unique Fruit & Wine Chocolates for a taste sensation that you won’t find anywhere else — or choose enduring favorites such as our mouth-watering Chocolate Bark assortments and decadent Hand-Dipped Sandwich Cookies. All are perfect for gifts, parties, corporate events or as an anytime gourmet chocolate treat. You’re going to love them!

@KRMChocolates
Bittersweet Herb Farm

We produce versatile lines of finishing sauces, dried seasonings, and infused oils to be used as marinades, basting sauces, salad dressings and condiments. Our balsamic collection and assortment of fruit spreads can be used as a glaze transforming ordinary main course roasts and elevate the simplest desserts. Our infused oils are hand sprigged with dried-herbs and a dash of essential oils for full-bodied flavor and an attractive display.

@BittersweetFarm
Mola Foods

 

Spices, Blends, Relishes, Condiments

@molachilirelish
Soap Bee It

Natural Handcrafted Soaps

Soap Be It
YouthBuild of Greater Lowell

Hand crafted adirondack chairs, cornhole games, benches, boxes and more!

Also, Chef and Y Instructor of the Culinary Program at YouthBuildAnna, Jabar-Omoyeni (former owner of La Boniche Restaurant in Lowell for many years) will be doing demonstrations on preparing recipes using some the ingredients available at the Market!

Hatsis Jewelry and crafts vendor
The Enchanted Kitchen  

Essential oil products, everyday essentials, first-aid essentials, tick tamer, bug spray, sinus remedy, snifty stick

@theenchantedkitchen
Winchester Bagel Land

Bagel Land bills itself as the only place in town that bakes bagels, muffins and breads from scratch daily.

@bagelandbakery
Farmer Dave’s @farmerdavesCSA
Koshari Mama

Stop by for lunch: rice, lentils, chickpeas, garlic and tomato sauces, eggplant and more!

Seona Farms

Seona Ban Ngufor, small-scale vegetable farmer and resident of Lowell, MA, signed a lease to use one acre of land that was identified through a new Farmland Identification and Outreach Initiative lead by the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project.

@NewEntrySustainableFarmingProject
Phalla’s Produce FARM @NewEntrySustainableFarmingProject
Mill City Grows @MillCityGrows @MillCityGrows
Lanni Orchards FARM

 

@LanniOrchards @LanniOrchardsco
Lowell Collaborative PreSchool Academy (LCPA) SITE OF KIDS’ EVENTS! 
Women and Infant Children (WIC)

Nutritional Recipes and Demos!

Community Teamwork Information about the Lowell Farmers’ Market and our many other programs and POPCORN! @CommTeamInc.

 

@LowellFarmersMarket

 

@comm_team

 

@LowellMrkt

 

 

ENTERTAINMENT AT THE MARKET ~ WE WANT YOU!

The Lowell Farmers’ Market is pleased to offer opportunities for Educational and/or Entertainment presentations.

                      

Organizations and/or performers must contact Susan Brittain, Director of the Lowell Farmers’ Market for more information: sbrittain@commteam.org or 978-654-4905.  Any organization can apply to attend Lowell Farmers’ Market as a community, non-profit or educational organization, or as a performer. We are eager to include performers such as musicians, theater groups, dance troops, authors/readers/storytellers, jugglers, class/educational demos!

 

  • Spend your SNAP dollars on farm-fresh fruits and  vegetables at our Farmers’ Market and have the amount of your purchase  instantly added back to your EBT card!
  • DURING THE WINTER MONTHS VISIT MILLS 5 MARKET, SUNDAYS 11-3. 

Listen to Sue Brittain, Deputy Division Director, discuss Lowell Farmers’ Market 2017 with Ted Panos on WCAP980 Radio.

If you are interested in participating or sponsoring this event, please contact Sue Brittain, 978.654.4905

Are you interested in becoming a vendor?

Would you like to volunteer at the Lowell Farmers’ Market? Contact us at 978.322.8415.

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Lowell, MA 01852

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