It's time to place your orders for our January 20th pickup farmers market. This month, we welcome Warner river Produce from Webster to our list of participating vendors. They offer mixed greens, kale, spinach and those root crops that round out our winter meals. Browsing their offerings you will also find items like dried beans and apples. While they do not grow these items, the product description states what farm produced the product. Some items they buy in bulk from nearby farms before they close for the season while some are from neighboring farms.
The addition of Warner River to our physical 1st Saturday market gives all of you access to ample winter produce. They have agreed to try our 3rd Saturday pickup market for January, and will continue if the demand is there.
From salads and bread to main meals, desserts and maple milk , which you should drink from an original mug made by Pleasant View Arts, you can totally find the fixings for a full meal at the Danbury Winter Market. With your bellies full and your feet warmed by wool socks made by Margaret Hoyle (pic below), we hope you are ready to handle what Mother Nature has in store for us.
January 20th Workshops
Pickup your order and...
attend our Stampin Up Card Class....make 3 cards for $7; have fun; all materials provided. One of the cards you'll make is pictured above.
Or....Attend a learning session on funeral and burial arrangements led by Marion Hafner of Chadwick Funeral and Cremation Service LLC. It's a difficult subject . Ignoring it doesn't make it go away. Get guidance and advice on where to start and what to think about. Being prepared makes it easier on the ones we leave behind
SIGNUPS REQUIRED-- use the contact information at the bottom of this newsletter
Looking ahead--Feb workshop- Thrifty Yankee Ragbag
March - Danbury Business Meet & Greet ; Evening- Silent Movie Night
April- Getting ready for the new growing season; Evening: Chicken Pie Supper
May 5th- Granite State Bell Ringers Concert
PIckup is 9-noon at the Grange Hall, 15 North Road in Danbury NH... a stone's throw from the intersections of Routes 4 & 104.... If your GPS takes you off the beaten path....stop in the center of Danbury and look around... we're right there.