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Farmer's Markets Begin Selling Produce
Updated May 20, 2015 8:41 AM
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(BEDFORD) - Local Farmer's Markets are open and will continued selling fresh produce and other goodies through the growing season.

On Saturday mornings the market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the courthouse square. There will be no mid-week market this year due to downtown construction.

Currently there are 25 vendors, but new vendors will be welcome throughout the year says Allison Roodschild, market manager. The market will be open through October.

Some of the fresh produce being sold Saturday will include asparagus, kale, green onions, several varieties of lettuce, mustard greens, rhubarb, and possibly a few other early greens. Several different flower and vegetable plant starts, locally raised beef and pork, fresh eggs, jams and jellies, and homemade bread and pies should also be available.

Several new and returning craft vendors will be selling handcrafted items, jewelry, baby blankets, tie dye, painted signs and woodworking.

Throughout the summer, local nonprofit groups may set up in the host tent to help spread the word about their organization. Interested groups should contact the market to get on the schedule.

Local musicians are also encouraged to get on the performance schedule to become part of the market as well.

Orange County

Orange County HomeGrown Orleans market will open at 8 a.m. Saturday on the west side of Congress Square in Orleans for its 13th season.

The market will be open from 8 a.m. until noon on Saturdays through October.

Market Manager Kim Arnold says a number of new vendors have signed up for this year including a home coffee roaster, fresh cut flowers, etched glass and horseshoe art. There will also be new produce vendors as well.

In addition to fresh produce and craft items, the Orleans market is planning a number of special events throughout the summer.

The June 6 market will include a music festival, June 20 a fossil hunt and on July 4 a Fourth of July parade and vendor tent decorating contest.

More information on the Orange County HomeGrown markets can be found at

The Springs Valley Market will open on May 26 and it will be open from 1:30-5 p.m. on Tuesdays through the season.

There will be no Paoli Market this year due to road construction.

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