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THANK YOU TO OUR VENDORS, PARTNERS, CUSTOMERS, AND SUPPORTERS DURING OUR 2020 SEASON.

IT WASN’T EASY, BUT WE DID IT!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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INFORMATION TO HELP YOU CONNECT WITH OUR VENDORS DURING THE WINTER

UNTIL WE OPEN IN APRIL



GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET NEEDS A NEW HOME FOR 2021! WE HOPE TO OPEN EARLY APRIL. LOOKING FOR GOOD IDEAS. Never fear: some great possibilities.

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MANY GILMANTON’S OWN VENDORS CONTINUE OFFERING THEIR GREAT PRODUCTS FROM HOME DURING THE WINTER WHILE THE MARKET IS CLOSED.

HERE IS  A LIST OF WHO INVITES YOU TO CONTACT THEM TO CONTINUE PURCHASING THEIR GREAT PRODUCTS!  (LIST IN PROGRESS; WILL BE COMPLETED SOON. GO VENDORS: JUST SEND US YOUR INFO TO BE INCLUDED) 

BEVERAGES

Wooded Valley Acres (Cory & Elizabeth Bower): Herbal Teas. The best way to find out what they’ve got is through Facebook  or their Website.   Also phone or text, which you can find on both sites.

BREAD, BAKED GOODS

Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro): Will do anything from our usual range of breads (including Pita, English Muffins, Corn Muffins, Hot Dog & Hamburger Rolls). Also Maple Granola, sweetened only with local maple syrup — no sugar and no salt — and containing a great mix of different nuts and dried fruits. Also bundt cakes. Order through Wednesdays for pickup Friday or by arrangement. See our Bread and Baked page for lots of information. Contact Gina at vsapiro@gmail.com .

MEAT & FOWL

Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Baldwin-Welcome): Whole organic pasture-raised Chicken. Heritage Pork in a variety of cuts, including boneless loin chops, loin roasts, butt roasts, and picnic roasts. Baby back ribs, spare ribs. Ground pork. A great range of sausages: breakfast, chorizo, mild hot Italian.  More information at her Facebook page. Email, phone, or private messaging welcome! provpalt@metrocast.net .  603-848-8431 . 

Wooded Valley Acres (Cory & Elizabeth Bower):  A great range of pork and chicken and limited beef — pasture raised, forest fed, humanely raised.  The best way to find out what they’ve got is through Facebook  or their Website.   Also phone or text, which you can find on both sites.  Also taking reservations for whole or half pigs for August or November 2021.

PRESERVED, CANNED, & JARRED GOODS

Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro): Jams, chutneys, and salsas from local fruits and vegetables. Also Heirloom Tomato Sauce (just tomato — flavor it as you wish). See the website to see what she has.  Contact Gina at vsapiro@gmail.com .

Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Baldwin-Welcome): Specialty mustards — very popular! Honey Crunch, Sweet Heat, Crazin Crunch, and Horseradish. Email, phone, or private messaging welcome! provpalt@metrocast.net .  603-848-8431 . 

SYRUPS, HONEYS, OILS

Still Seeking Farm (Michelle and Keith Descoteaux):  Maple syrup available in 5 gallon, 1 gallon, and 1/2 gallon jugs and quarts, pints, and half pints. See their website or Facebook page for full information. Message or email stillseekingfarm@gmail.com .

CATERING

Provincial Palate: Chef Sarah Baldwin Welcome will offer (bi-weekly) prepared foods ready for your table. Soups, quiches, and assorted other dishes, using local ingredients wherever possible. Contact her to discuss what she can do for you! Contact: provpalt@metrocast.net .  603-848-8431 . 



We’re always looking for new local vendors.

If you are a farmer, or even just starting out, or an artists, or make artisanal goods, and you are based in the nearby Belknap/Merrimack County region, please consider selling through Gilmanton’s Own Market.

The Market is closed for the winter, but we welcome conversations with farmers, artists, and artisans who are interested in the possibility of selling your products through the Market next season. The Market is open April through December, four days a week in high season in non-pandemic times. 

We provide everything you need to store and display your goods to their best advantage in the Market — no schlepping and setting up and taking down tables, tents, etc.  We provide promotion, including special focus on the particular goods we have in the Market. You offer as much or little as you like, you set your own prices. We operate on a fee per sales dollars basis, with reduced fees if you do volunteer work. The fees cover the rent, utilities, equipment, freezing and refrigeration where needed, promotion, insurance for the facility, licenses, and other expenses that allow the Market to operate. We keep careful records and provide useful inventory and sales information. We help connect folks with each other to be helpful with each others’ businesses, and we operate as a community. When the Market is not open we continue to find ways to support our community.

For more information, go to the Information for Vendors tab



GO 2020 vendors:

FOOD

BEVERAGES (Coffee, Tea, Sodas)

Ragged Coffee Co.: Website 
Twillingate Farm (Janice and Alan Mistler): Website
Wayfarer Coffee Roasters: Website
Wooded Valley Acres: Website  Facebook
Woodshed Coffee Roasting Co.: Website 

BREAD, BAKED GOODS

Beth’s Gluten-Free Goodies (Hope Witham): Facebook
Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro):  Website    Facebook
Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Welcome):  Facebook
Still Seeking Farm (Michelle & Keith Decoteaux): Website   Facebook

DAIRY (Milk, Cheese) AND EGGS

Brookford Farm: Website
Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Welcome):  Facebook
Twillingate Farm (Janice and Alan Mistler): Website

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Brookford Farm: Website
Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro):  Website    Facebook
Still Seeking Farm (Michelle & Keith Decoteaux):   Website   Facebook
Sunflower, LLC (Vincenzo Sisti):  Website   Facebook 

MEAT, FOWL, FISH

Crunchy Farm (Ben & Ruth Kane): Website    Facebook
Hammer Down Farm (Alicia & Ryan Smith):  Website    Facebook 
HT Farm (Heidi Loring, Tim Duval): Facebook
LorrenJoyce Farm (Amy & Brian Matarozzo): Website   Facebook
Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Welcome):  Facebook
Short Creek Farm (Jeff Backer & Dave Viola): Website    Facebook
Wooded Valley Acres:  Website  Facebook

PREPARED FOODS

Mustard Seed Food Truck & Catering (Shibu & Liza Cherussery):   Facebook
Pancake Hill Farm (Sarah Welcome): Facebook

PRESERVED, CANNED & JARRED GOODS (jams, preserved foods, etc)

Micro Mama’s Premium Fermented Vegetables: Website
Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro):  Website    Facebook
Still Seeking Farm (Michelle & Keith Decoteaux): Website   Facebook

SPICES, DRIED HERBS, SALTS, PEPPERS, SUGARS

Jones Mill House (Gina Sapiro):  Website    Facebook
Still Seeking Farm (Michelle & Keith Decoteaux): Website   Facebook

SYRUPS, HONEY, OILS (and other foods from syrups and honey)

Heather’s Harvest, LLC  (Heather Achilles):    Website    Facebook
Matras Maple (Willie, Lindsay, & Atras Matras): Facebook
McCormack’s Bee Farm (Jeff McCormack): Website    Facebook
Still Seeking Farm (Michelle & Keith Decoteaux): Website   Facebook
Sunfox Farm:  Facebook

OTHER PRODUCTS

ARTISANAL WORKS, USEFUL OBJECTS, ART

Creative Bead Studio: Website 

Hooked Rugs & The Gardens (Sue & Dick Barr): Facebook
Kelly Anne Rolfe Designs (fiber art): Facebook
Rock Art by Grace: Instagram: @rockartbygracehowe
Spare Time Clothing (Jane Sisti):  Website
Tresa Leigh Originals (Tresa Leigh, button jewelry): Website
Whitmore Farm (Jeff Whitemore, fishing lures):  Website

BODY PRODUCTS (Soaps, lotions, lip balm, etc.)

Eclipse Soaps and Such (April Emery): Website
Heather’s Harvest, LLC (Heather Achilles):   Website    Facebook
Nuttin Baahd: Facebook
Sudsy Cow (Lindsay Matras): Facebook
Twillingate Farm (Janice and Alan Mistler): Website



The 2020 Gilmanton’s Own, Inc Prospectus & Annual Report is available here.


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

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.