Sweet News from the Market



This weekend will be the last market in January, and we’re ready for another delicious weekend—we even have new vendors joining the fun. No matter what your appetite, we’ve got you covered.

We’re proud to announce that Sap House Meadery from Center Ossipee will join the Sunday market. A small producer of premium, hand-crafted meads (honey wines), Sap House Meadery uses only time-tested traditional methods and procures ingredients from local farms and markets. Their award-winning meads are created with “a passion for the land and in homage to the bees that keep the land going.”

In other sweet news, Winnipesaukee Chocolates from Wolfeboro will also join the Sunday market. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of tasting their “locally crafted chocolate indulgences, make sure you stop in for a treat. Using the finest ingredients available, they carefully blend a uniquely different combination of chocolates with ingredients like coffee, tea, spices, naturally dried fruit and freshly-toasted nuts. Each bar is mixed, molded and wrapped by hand and each bite will have you swooning with delight.

With February just one week away, the sap will be flowing sooner than we think—is that sweet news, or what?

Please continue to spread the news about the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market and plan to support the market this weekend. As always, bringing a friend or two is the best way to show our vendors that you love them! See you at the market!





Of Course You’ll Be There!

The forecast is perfect for a trip to the Tilton Winter Farmers’ Market this weekend!

You’ve worked up an appetite shoveling out from this latest snowstorm, and the cupboards are a little bare from the onslaught of holiday visitors who have come and gone. The chill in the air is making you wish for a pot of hearty soup on the wood stove, or some freshly-baked bread, drizzled with local honey. Or both.

We’ll be open both days this weekend (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.), and we’d love to see you either day. We’ve got more than forty fine vendors lined up for each day; show them your appreciation of the service they’re providing to our community by showing up with a couple of empty bags, a shopping list and a smile.

In the mean time, enjoy a few pics from last weekend’s Sunday market.