Wood Working Traditions at the Winter Farmers' Market
Are you are tired of cutting, splitting, hauling, or just looking at firewood? Then come to the Winter Farmers' Market on Saturday, Feb 9 to see wood in a whole different way. Works in Wood is the theme this week at the market . Visitors will see amazing woodworking artistry - traditional chairs and other pieces being carved, wood turning in action and more. Come to see what else that chunk of fire wood could be, and maybe bring home a piece or two - a wooden bowl, one-of-a-kind birdhouse, cutting board, wooden toy, traditional chair, wine stopper, pen, shaving brush and more. Beautiful, functional and fun works of wood that can last a lifetime.
In addition, you'll find over 20 regular market vendors offering local apples, potatoes, garlic, carrots, eggs, grass fed meats, rare plants and maybe even some fresh local greens, along with maple syrup, jams, mustards and preserves, local wine, fresh baked breads and beautiful sweet treats. Or perhaps a piece of beautiful hand thrown pottery, handcrafted jewelry, a beautiful sari scarf, or a handmade beeswax candle is what you are looking for. All this and more in the warmth of community - that's the Winter Farmers' Market.
Come for the local farm products, and beautiful homemade items and stay for a delicious lunch or chair massage. Live local music from 11 am -1pm. There is something at the market for everyone.
Debit & EBT accepted. Market Match Program helps EBT shoppers stretch their food dollars. Come by and learn more.
The Winter Farmers' Market is sponsored by Post Oil Solutions and is open 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden, Main St., Brattleboro, VT every Saturday through March 30, 2013. Watch calendar listings for weekly musical talent and special market happenings. Contact us at email@example.com or call 802-869-2141.