Nov. 9 Market News

Greetings Market Friends!

Only two more Friday Markets left but we have added a “Pick up Orders” Market on Tuesday November 20th at the usual time. I am listing contact info for the vendors who will be there (on the Tuesday) so you can place orders ahead of time.

Herb Corner will not be at the market this week, but will be back the next Friday. Don’t miss the chance to “Herb your Bird” with wonderful fresh SAGE and BAY LEAVES from The Herb Corner. To order ahead call Diane or Phil 570-537-2793 or

Yorkshire Meadows is taking orders for shortbread cookies gift wrapped for Thanksgiving or in a tin for Christmas, lemon or lime curd and assorted jams. Or how about a Gift Certificate for “Tea Fixings” or to the Knitting Shop.  Liz McLelland  570-549-2553 or

Always Something Farm will have soap or cream in Holiday Baskets and garlic. To order ahead call Mike or Chris Chester 570-662-1082.

Spring Meadows Farm will have squash, parsnips, carrots, beets, turnips and greens. Contact Andy at 570-537-2128 for pre orders.

Running Bear Farm has all kinds of lamb cuts, Swiss chard, spinach, peppers, garlic and onions. Contact Cliff or Margarita at 570-297-3701 or

Shannon at Glenfiddich Baked Goods will be taking orders for breads, cupcakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls and salsa. Call her cell 703-463-6867.

Darlene from Cardinal B&B is taking orders for giant cookies, cakes and cupcakes. Call 570-549-2295.

We will have bagels, hydroponic lettuce and Inn to the Seasons’ frozen foods and fudge,  along with BBQ sauces and herb butter mixes for the Friday markets but these folks  will not be able to join us on Nov. 20.

Please be sure to gather business cards from the vendors so you can continue to make purchases through the winter with those who have year round businesses.

We’ll look forward to seeing you again on Friday between 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm in the St. James Church Parish Hall.

Thanks again for supporting our Extended Mansfield Growers Market Season.

Liz McLelland

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