Autumn Celebration October 1-2
Hope you can join us for the Weekend!
More than a Market!
Music, Artisan Demonstrations, History and more. . .
Rain or Shine
10 am - 3:30 pm
This market has turned into an annual tradition in our area. Over 50 vendors will be joining us, you'll be able to find delightful handmade items along with local businesses with their products: Alpaca Wool to Zelda's Piccallili Relish. Check out our market page to see who's coming. You can also check the webpage during the upcoming holiday season to contact the vendors or locate them at area holiday craft fairs.
The market is split between three locations. Everything is just a short walk away (literally a stone's throw . . . and I can't throw stones that far)! Events and Vendors will be located at the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse, the Carolina Crapo Memorial Building, the Sugar Hill Museum, and we hope you'll pop into Harman's, too! There is plenty of parking in the field behind the meetinghouse and plenty of handicapped parking.
Market Munching: from Harman's Cheese to freshly made Kettle Corn, Cider Donuts from the Cider House Cafe at Windy Ridge Apple Orchard, along with fresh apples from the orchard. I'm going to get up early both mornings to pick up freshly-made donuts. We'll have the menu up soon from McDaddy's Rolling BBQ.
We are also thrilled that White Mountain Gourmet Coffee is coming again this year and will offer FREE cups of COFFEE to everyone at the market. And yes, they are bringing their Espresso Machine again - so they will be offering along with the regular coffee - lattes, espressos, and cappaccinos! Because White Mountain Gourmet Coffee is coming with all the extras . . . they will have a donation bucket set up for you so you can offer a little "thank you".
A BIG thank you for Hatchland Farm for donating the Milk and Half & Half for this Coffee event. If you haven't had a chance, check out their store in North Haverhill.
Celebrations Event Schedule
10 am to 2 pm, Saturday and Sunday: Talented photographer, Edith Weiler shares The Art of TinType Photography. Edith Weiler is an award-winning and accomplished photographer with a love for making tintypes. She will be with us all weekend; answering questions, demonstrating and taking tintypes for those of you who wish to purchase one. For more information visit her Eye of the Maker Photography website or her facebook page. This event is sponsored by Harman's Cheese & Country Store.
Saturday and Sunday: NH History through 7 Generations of Family. Sara Boothman Glines creates hand-crafted wooden figures based on seven generations of her family's history in northern New Hampshire. The figurines represent a moment in time of a real person in the Boothman Sisters' family. Hear her New Hampshire stories and personalities of farmers, woodsmen, homemakers, hotel proprietors, carpenters, and photographers. Each of her figurines is complete with the tools of his or her trade from miniature snowshoes to a miniature basket. Did you know that an iris stem can be turned into a fishing rod? Or perhaps you would like to know the secret to white laundry? Listen to her stories and you realize how New Hampshire shaped her family and how her family helped shape NH. It is the story of a farm family that turned their farm into hotel which led to being a trail guide for tourists and building the first AMC hut . . . or the widow that had to return to the city mills and leave her children behind because there was no work for her in the north country. Visit her website to check out all the characters in her family!
2016 Free Concert - Sunday, October 2
Maple Leaf Seven
Inside the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse, 1 pm
Maple Leaf Seven of St. J. Jazz: This group is committed to providing the finest in classic and traditional jazz. Based in St. Johnsbury, Vermont (just across the stateline from us), they have been entertaining audiences since 1977. They play traditional, Dixieland, Swing, Dance jazz along with jazz worship songs. Check out their website for their other bands and their busy schedule: http://www.stjjazz.com/
This free concert is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Crosstown Motors of Littleton, New Hampshire. If you are in the area, stop in and thank them for their generosity.