Weare Farmers Market

Know Your Farmer • Buy Local • Make the Connection



"We learn from our gardens to deal with the most urgent questions of the time:
How much is enough?"

Wendell Berry

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Market Location

Winter Markets:

Old Town Hall and Community Center 16 N Stark Hwy

4-6 pm Fridays

Summer Market:

The Gazebo in Center Park, next to Weare Middle School intersection East Rd and N Stark Hwy across from the Weare Center Store

3-6:00 PM Fridays

For more Information

Call: 603 491-4203

Email: farmersmarketweare@gmail.com
TODAY IS: Friday April 18, 2014
Weare Town Hall Gazebo
ORDER BY:    Thursday,  April 24, 2014  - 11:00 PM

PICK UP:        Friday,  April 25, 2014,  - 4-6pm

LOCATION:    Weare Town Hall

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ORDER BY:    Thursday,  June 5, 2014  - 5:00 PM

PICK UP:        Friday,  June 6, 2014,  - 3-6pm

LOCATION:    Gazebo

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Next market - 4/18/14 - 4-6 pm.

Place on-line orders until 11 pm two days before the market.

The Weare Farmers Market winter season begins October 25th and runs through May 30th, 2014. The winter location is the old Town Hall and Community Center. Join us for the Weare winter Farmers' Market at the town hall from 4 to 6:00 pm every Friday!

See you at the market!!!

Thank you for supporting your Weare Farmers Market.

The Weare Farmers Market is a YEAR-ROUND weekly farmers market established in 2004 as a non-profit corporation registered with the State of NH, operating to support, sustain and promote local agriculture and to offer Weare and surrounding communities access to locally grown food and high quality homemade products.

The Warner River Organics seedling order is sheet is ready! Use the sheet to order spring vegetable, herb and flower transplants. Pick up an order sheet at the market, email warnerriverorganics@tds.net or log onto harvesttomarket.com and go to Warner River Plants in Webster.

If you are a vendor, our winter market runs Oct 26th to May 30th, Fridays 4-6 pm and our summer market runs from June 6th to Oct 18th on the Gazebo from 3-6 PM - is accepting vendor applications. Please email requests for applications to farmersmarketweare@gmail.com.


Order spring flower, herb and vegetable seedlings. Ask for the seedling list at the market or use harvesttomarket.com and go to Warner River Plants for descriptions, pictures and availability. We update on a weekly basis.

What's growing:

Lots of spinach, kales (green, red and rainbow lacinato, redbor, curly green), Asian greens, lettuce and greens mixes, lettuce heads, peas, onions, carrots, broccoli and cabbage.

What's available:

Salad mix, arugula, spinach , swiss chard, Beets, carrots, cabbage (green), garlic, leeks, turnips (purple top), onions, shallots, potatoes (red and yellow)and apples (macoun).

Dried herbs: calendula, catnip, cilantro, comfrey, culinary basils, French tarragon, Herbs de Provence mix, hyssop, Italian Blend mix, lemon balm, lemon grass, lemon verbena, lemon thyme, marjoram, oregano, parsley, paprika, peppermint, Tuscan blue rosemary, Rose petals, Rosehips, sages, savory, sorrel, spearmint, stevia, garden thyme, Tulsi holy basils and white ceremonial sage.

Dried Shiitake mushrooms.

Assorted marmalades

Dried beans (Jacob's Cattle, Black Turtle, Mixed), frozen blueberries and dried tomatoes

Jams, jellies, marmalade’s, pickles, relishes and condiments (ketchup & chutneys).

Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Lamb, Pork and dog treats

Farm Fresh Eggs from happy free range chickens.

Raw Honey (unfiltered, unprocessed, with pollen)

Dried hot peppers (hot Portugal, Super Chili, Xao Mi La, serrano, Thai, hot cherry, papkrika and chilies (green and red).


Alpaca socks, hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, sweaters, and other alpaca products.

FuzzyBunz Aplaca Farm
Webster Ridge Farm
Fernlane Farm
Mountain Farm II
Warner River Organics
Clayton’s Way Farm

All Food

All Plants

All Personal Care

All Artisan Works

Baked Goods

CSA Shares

Dried Food


Flowers Annual

Flowers Edible

Fruits and Berries

Gift Certificates

Grain Products

Herb Plants




Preserved Foods


Sweet Stuff

Vegetable Starts


Wood Crafts