Belfast Farmers’ Market runs every Friday 9am to 1pm, rain or shine. In the warmer months, find us in the yard at Waterfall Arts, 256 High Street, Belfast. We are joined during the summer month’s by Belfast Art Market, which sets up concurrently in the front yard facing High Street. While not part of our organization, the Art Market adds another dimension to your Friday morning shopping experience. Perfect timing for finding that last minute gift you’ve been meaning to deliver over the coming weekend.
Speaking of gifts, both for yourself and others, our Farmers’ Market members offer a selection of farm crafts. You can find baskets, pottery, hand carved utensils, goat and water buffalo soaps, dried herbs, blueberry teas and barque, hand made wreaths. And then there are the foodstuffs that make such great gifts: cheese, crackers, jams, jellies, chutney, pickles and preserves along with Maine maple syrup and honey products. Cut flowers are always a winning gift.
As you can see in the photo to the right, a little rain does not keep diehard customers away! We all just gear up (and keep that wonderful hand crafted soap in the van!)
FRESH PASTA FROM MAINE MEAL
Here’s a tidbit from last week’s newsletter (you really should subscribe.)
The Maine Meal is excited to announce that we purchased equipment to begin production of fresh pasta and ravioli (formerly Pasta Fresca owned by Bob & Mary Burr at Blue Ribbon Farm in Mercer)! We will be adding fresh pasta and frozen ravioli to our line of gourmet meals offer each week (no ravioli till next week). Please contact Kelly LaCasse @ 207-431-1693 for special orders or bulk orders any time.
ONLY at the original Belfast Farmers’ Market on Fridays!