Norwich Farmer's Market
Saturdays, May to October, Free to Visit
Held every Saturday, this is the largest of the many farmer's markets in the Upper Valley. As you would hope, the selection is varied, high quality and delicious! AND, there is almost always live music to enjoy while you browse and sample the local delights. The selection is truly endless with cooked food, home baked bread, cakes, cookies, maple syrup, pickles, pies, fresh cut flowers, plants for your garden, herbs and beautiful crafts from baskets to bead work to furniture! You can can fill your whole grocery list there with fresh meat and dairy products also on sale. On occasion you can even visit a stall to learn about green wood building.
Visiting the market is also a chance to get to know the local food producers in the area. We recommend taking the time to chat, ask questions and learn more about their stories. They are fascinating and inspiring. New England is not the most forgiving of places to grow food and there are hours of educated, experienced hard work behind the bounty of fresh food on display. This availability of local food is just one of the many reasons people are drawn to living in the beautiful Upper Valley!
For more information about the Norwich Farmer's Market, visit HERE. For a schedule of special events associated with the summer market visit HERE. If you want to become a vendor, this is the link.
It actually never stops but continues with the 'Winter Market', moving inside to the iconic Tracy Town Hall in the town center from November to April, which is lucky, because you won't want to stop going! Here's info on the Winter Market.