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Here in Hanover's 2019 Farmers' Market Guide

Apr 29, 2019 03:20PM ● By Melanie Heisinger

Image courtesy of the Lebanon Farmers' Market Facebook page.

Spring in Hanover means amazing local produce! Going to the Farmers' Market is not only a fantastic way to spend a Spring morning, it's also a great way to support the local farmers and artisans. 

Stroll through our list of local Farmers' Markets to find the perfect place to explore what Hanover, and beyond, has to offer. 

Hanover Farmers' Market

Courtesy: Hanover Area Farmers Market Facebook Page.

Starting June 12th through October 16th 2019, every Wednesday afternoon from 3pm-6pm you can stroll through Hanover Farmers' Market. Experience live music and farm to table offerings on the Green, with each week offering something different. It's even a great opportunity to connect with the community and meet local nonprofits. Grab some bags and bring an appetite! 

Location: 1 E Wheelock St, Hanover, NH 03755

Norwich Farmers' Market

Courtesy: Norwich Farmers Market Facebook Page.

Join the Norwich Farmers' Market every Saturday from 9am to 1pm! This 2019 season, the market will move from inside to the great outdoors starting May 4th and will go through September. Expect to find some great live entertainment and over 50 vendors outside for a tasty good time at one of the oldest-established farmers markets in the area. Everything you will find here has been grown or created by Upper Vally-based businesses. Similar to the Hanover Farmers Market, there is plenty of pace to sit back and relax. In the summer, you'll find them in their outdoor setting on Route 5 South, about a half mile from Exit 13 off 1-91. 

Location: Route 5 South, about a half mile from Exit 13 off 1-91, Norwich, VT​ 

Claremont Farmers' Market


Join the City of Claremont every Saturday from 10am to 1pm! The Claremont Farmers' Market begins May 25th and will continue through September 14th 2019. Live music, local and fresh produce, arts and crafts, and more is what you'll find here. It's perfect for families, and you will also find POP Club kids activities as part of the entertainment. Bring an empty belly so you can taste some delicious food!

Location: Broad Street Park, Broad St, Claremont, NH

2019 Lebanon Farmers' Market

Courtesy: Lebanon Farmers' Market Facebook Page.


Head to the Lebanon Farmers' Market every Thursday from 4pm to 7pm May 16th through September 26th 2019! And this season marks its 17th season! The goal is always about bringing the community and agriculture together. This is done through food, art, and live music each week. The musicians represent both local folk and traditional musicians from all around the area. Each vendor has created what you will find at their station, the venue providing a great space for connections between consumer and seller to be made. Find your next favorite Thursday evening entertainment here! 

Location: Colburn Park, Lebanon, NH

Woodstock Farmers' Market


The Woodstock Farmers' Market is not your average farmers' market. Based in a central, indoor location (that also has plenty of outdoor gardens), you can find fresh local produce as well as tasty food like artisanal sandwiches. This market has had a lot of thought and care put into not only the ingredients used and sold, but everything down to the pricing of each item. Fun events line their calendar, and you can expect to see plenty of food tastings included. Stop by today for an incredibly memorable experience. 

Location: 979 W Woodstock Rd, Woodstock, VT

Woodstock Market on the Green

Photo: Katie Berdan

Beginning June 5th and running through October 16th, enjoy Wednesday afternoons on the Village Green! Expect to find over 30 local vendors, cheese, veggies, prepared foods, ice cream, pottery, bread, meats and crafts, live music every week, children's activities, and so much more. Get ready to enjoy your evening out with friends and family! 

Location: Village Green, Woodstock, VT

Which Farmers' Market are you most excited to visit? Let us know in the comments! 

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