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Gilmanton’s Own Market is closed from 31 December 2018 – 4 April 2019.

A THANK YOU from Gilmanton’s Own Market to:

all our wonderful vendors; our amazing customers and supporters; the devoted volunteers who kept the shop open, stocked, and functional throughout the 2018 April to December season — our 1st full year in business.



We have closed for the season, but look forward to seeing you all around April 4, 2019 when we re-open.

GOM was established as a non-profit 501(c)3 to support local farmers, artists, and artisans, and the whole local community. We serve the nearby Belknap/Merrimack region, giving farmers a stable multi-day 9-month market, and providing only high quality local goods for sale.
 
See the Gilmanton’s Own website https://gilmantonsown.wordpress.com/ for info about our vendors who continue to offer goods thru the winter.
 
FARMERS and FOLKS THINKING OF EXPANDING INTO MARKET GARDENING: We need to expand our base of produce. Please be in touch if you’re interested. We can help! See below.

We’re always looking for new local vendors. If you are a Farmer or are thinking of going into Market Gardening this coming growing season and you grow in the nearby Belknap/Merrimack County region, please consider selling through Gilmanton’s Own Market.

We are especially in need of produce. Gilmanton’s Own Market offers you a stable, 3-4 day a week, 9-month a year opportunity to sell your goods in an indoor venue furnished as a market, and providing common promotion, electronic sales and inventory, and friendly, supportive folk. Fees depend on whether you donate staffing hours to the Market. You set your prices

We are happy to consult with you as you plan for spring planting. We have been awarded nonprofit 501(c)3 status because our mission is to support local agriculture. See our information for potential vendors on this website, and the application. Use the contact information to get in touch, ask questions, have a conversation, consult.

We’re looking forward to working with you.



We never stop supporting our associated farmers, artists, and artisans. The following folks who participated in GOM this past fall will be offering products for sale while GOM is closed. We urge you to support them – buy local! If they are listed here, they welcome you to contact them!

Good to Eat:

Beth’s Gluten-Free Goodies: Gluten-free breads and a wide range of sweets. Includes paleo products.   Information & Contact: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bethsgfgoodies/

Hammer Down Farm, LLC (Alicia and Ryan Smith): beef and pork. Many great cuts.  You can purchase their hamburger at Winnisquam Agway (304 Daniel Webster Hwy., Belmont)   Information and Contact: Contact the, for appointment at the farm or delivery. Facebook https://m.facebook.com/hammerdownfarmllc/,  Phone or text Alicia at (603) 387-3448

Heather’s Harvest Honey & Bee Products (Heather Achilles). Local wildflower honey and creamed honey; bee products such as lip balm, hand cream, and furniture polish. Attractive gift packs available.  Information & Contact:  Email:  heathers.harvest133@gmail.com  Website:   https://heathersharvest.wordpress.com  Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/heathersharvestnh/

Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro): Bread, maple granola (with local maple syrup), jams, Heirloom Tomato Sauce, “flavors.” Gina will bake breads to order, including Wild Yeast (Sourdough) Baguettes; Country White; Traditional New York Rye (with seeds); Multi-Grain; Rosemary, Salt, & Oil Focaccia; Pita.  Information & Contact: See her Bread Page https://jonesmillhouse.com/bread-page/ for more info. You can view other products at https://jonesmillhouse.com/misc-products/ . Contact her at vsapiro@gmail.com for information or to order.

LorrenJoyce Farm (Amy & Brian Matarozzo): Raw milk and cream, eggs.  Stop by their milkroom retail fridge at 19 Sam Clark Rd., Center Barnstead or one of the many retail locations stocking their products, listed at https://www.lorrenjoycefarm.com/product-locations.html . Information & Contact: Website https://www.lorrenjoycefarm.com/ .Phone: 603-235-5780    Email: info@lorrenjoycefarm.com   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lorrenjoycefarm/

McCormack’s Farm (Jeff McCormack): honey, beekeeping products, bee products.    Website: https://www.mccormacksfarm.com/ .   Email: info@mccormacksfarm.com  Phone: (603) 832-3438 .   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mccormacksfarm/

Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Baldwin Welcome): Chicken eggs, heritage pork (while it lasts) and her famous mustards (formerly Provincial Palate Mustards).  Her mustards are available at the Gilmanton Café https://www.facebook.com/gilmantoncafe/ (518 Province Rd., Gilmanton) and at Calef’s Country Store http://www.calefs.com/shop/pc/home.asp (606 Franklin Pierce Hwy, Barrington, NH).   Sarah is well-known for catering wonderful farm-to-table events, large and small. Information & Contact: Email provalt@metrocast.net or phone 603-848-8431.

Restoration Acres Artisan Breads (Kathy Sorrell): Home-baked breads available beginning the week of Valentine’s Day. Absolutely! See her Facebook page @kathysrusticbreads. Email: kathysorell@msn.com . Phone: 693-998-2084.  She needs 12 to 24 hrs notice depending on the type of bread because they are fermented so the taste and texture develops through natural yeasts. 

Still Seeking Farm: Maple Syrup  Information & Contact: https://www.stillseekingfarmllc.com/ or through Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StillSeekingFarmLLC/

Woodshed Roasting Company: A wide range of coffees, including fair trade & organic, decaffeinated, flavored coffees, bulk and wholesale. Coffee is roasted to order! Available at many shops and restaurants or order directly.   Information & Contact: https://www.woodshedroast.com/.

Art and Artisanal Goods:

Jane Sisti: One-of-a-kind clothing and accessories. She also does custom orders and custom upcycling. Please note that she does not do alterations.Information & Contact: See her Etsy Shop: etsy.com/shop/SpareTimeClothing   Email: sparetimejs@gmail.



Contact!  Here’s how to be in touch with Gilmanton’s Own:

During open season, located at: 394-396 Route 140, Gilmanton, 03237. In Gilmanton Corners, the Old Firehouse, near 107 (Province Road)  (Always: For sending mail, see below)

Email gilmantonsown@gmail.com .

Visit our Facebook page Gilmanton’s Own .

Follow us on Twitter @GilmantonsOwn

Contact a member of the Board of Directors.

Write real physical mail to us:  Gilmanton’s Own, Inc., P.O. Box 223, Gilmanton, NH 03237.