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Lenox Farmer’s Market

By July 24th, 2020No Comments

The 2020 Lenox Farmer’s Market will be held every Friday, June 5-October 2, 1-5 pm, in downtown Lenox!

If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please fill out this APPLICATION.

This year’s market will be held at 21 Housatonic Street, in the lot in front Ceri Boutique. We will have no more than eight 10×10 tents in the lot, with 4-5 in the center of the lot, back-to-back, distanced 10 feet from one another. This is to create a one-way circular flow for shopping. The remaining vendors will be spaced nearby. We will rope off the perimeter to have one entrance and one exit with sanitizer at the entrance and a hand wash station near the exit. Earlier, we stated incorrectly that leashed pets are allowed. Current regulations only allow service animals at the market with their owners. All visitors and vendors will be required to wear masks and we will manage the amount of people in the market at one time.

We will have signage for additional rules/ requirements as mandated by the state and locally for Farmer’s markets.

Individual vendors will accept SNAP, WIC and Senior (USDA-FNS) coupons.

Be Safe and Enjoy!

Cricket Creek Farma small, grass-based cow dairy nestled in the Berkshire hills of Williamstown, MA, offering dairy products and meats.

Millbrook Sugar House – Lenox-based purveyor of pure maple syrup and maple candies.

Forthill Farm – Pittsfield-based farm offering a variety of fresh, locally grown vegetables, fruit & gorgeous fresh cut flowers. Pasture raised beef, pork and farm fresh eggs!

Mary’s Kitchen Bakery – Baked goods and cooked food to go.

Oliva! Gourmet Olive Oils and Vinegars – infused oils, vinegars, honeys and specialty foods.

Pittsfield Rye & Specialty Breads – fine baked goods that stimulate all five senses. A selection of savory and sweet breads.

Traditional Basketry – handmade and colorful baskets, purses, fans, bells and other crafts.

Lizzy Lane Florals is a local flower grower and designer specializing in hand held bouquets, unique stems and more. The flower farm has many peonies, dahlias, annuals, perennials and woody plants to make gorgeous seasonal bouquets.

Jim Weber, Photographer -Jim’s photos capture the striking beauty of New England. You may want to take home a unique impression of such a special part of America.

Blue Skye Wellness – Self care and aromatherapy products created from naturally sourced ingredients, including their own honey and beeswax.

Berkshire Worms, A Greener Way to Grow– gourmet microgreens, compost tea, the occasional small potted plant, succulents and edible flowers.

Auntie Elsie’s Oatmeal Crisps– Oatmeal crisps, scones hand pies and baked goods.

Dandelion Hill Farm– Lettuce, basil, kale, goat cheese (Chevre), Frozen Pasture raised organic Chicken, whole and cuts. Meat and Eggs.