Farmers Market  

Farmers Market Open in Downtown Hanover where Collaboration Sustains our Community

Wednesdays: June 3  through October 14, 2015

Bring home the makings for a fresh, locally-grown meal or grab a snack, straight from the farm to the table. This new agriculturally-focused market will include fresh produce, meats, herbs, cheeses, flowers, plants, dairy, baked goods and locally prepared foods.

Enjoy local music, see artful demonstrations by the League of NH Craftsmen, learn about sustainability, and visit with neighbors, all while supporting your local farmers.

The market is hosted by the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce, supported by the Town of Hanover & Dartmouth College. THANK YOU to our 2014 Farmers Market Supporters. The 2015 Hanover Farmers Market is sponsored by the Mascoma Savings Bank, Hanover Inn and The Hanover Improvement Society.

Make Wednesdays a habit at the Hanover Area Farmers Market! And, don't forget to 'freshen your fridge' at the Norwich Farmers Market on Saturdays or visit the Hanover Consumer Coop and local restaurants to enjoy some of the same farmers' fine food.

For more information or interest in being a vendor, volunteer, demonstrator or musician please contact Sally Wilson, Hanover Area Farmers Market Manager; or call the HACC at (603) 643-3115.





Taylor Brothers Sugarhouse & Creamery
Wild Sisters Farm 
Cedar Circle Farm
Black Watch Farm
Thompson Goat Farm
Mt. Pleasant Farm
No. 6 Farm 
Four Corners Farm
Luna Bleu Farm
Two Buds Flower Farm
High Hopes Farm
Thistle Hill Farm
Sawyer's Artisanal Cheese
Gizmo's Pickles Plus
Vt. Fuzzies
Free Verse Farm
Karim Farm
Dakers & Soy Lobster Co.
Woods Vermont Syrup Co.
Sunset Rock Farm

Vermont Crepe
Howlin Good Kettle Corn
Market Table
H & W Breadworks
Rio Blanco Salsa
Original Cup Cake Queen
Fresh Falafels
Woods Edge Farm
Salubre Trattoria
James & Mom Thai Asian Taste
Pierogi Me

Beads & Baskets
The Family Place
DC Wood Creations
Campus Scapes of Dartmouth
Vermont Organics
KatieO Designs
My Stained Glass
Douglas Hill pottery
Now That's A Good Point