Thursday is Market Day September 19

Market Hours 8:00 am – 12 noon

Last Arena Market September 19. Back in the Community Center September 26.

Fresh At Market

Apples, Asian Greens, Beets, Beans, Broccoli, Blueberries, Carrots, Cauliflower, Cucumber, Cabbage, Green Onions, Herbs, Lettuces, Kale, Khol Rabi, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Shoots, Peaches, Peppers, Onions, Potatoes, Peas, Summer Squash, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Microgreens, Squash.

Eggs, Honey, Maple Syrup, Goat Milk, Goat Milk Cheese, Goat Milk Yogurt, Chicken, Beef, Lamb, Haddock, Halibut, Pork, Salmon, Scallops, Trout, and more.

Regular Vendor Update

Between the Rocks Farm, MaBell’s Country Condiments, Webbersfood, and West Dublin Buffalo Dairy are back

Gold Island Bakery and Sandra’s Choice are away until October

Bicycle Lunch Box has finished for the year

Occasional Vendors Attending:

West Dublin Buffalo Dairy: fresh buffalo mozzarella and yogurt

Paterson Higgins: freshly baked scones, cakes, cookies and more

Tanner & Co Brewing: local craft beer

Sweetfern Farm: fresh produce, flowers, herbs, and preserves

Jim Howlett: stained glass artisan

Old Barn Pottery: stoneware pottery

LaHave River Berry Farm: local produce, flowers, and plants

Touch the Dutch: handcrafted gold and silver jewelry

Indus Cuisine: fresh Northern Indian and Pakistani food

Honey Tree Farm & Orchard: fresh produce

Blue Hive Bees: local honey and beeswax candles

Seaweed Soap Co.: handmade soaps with seaweed from the waters of Mahone Bay

Homemade For You: handmade pasta and crackers

Maritime Morsels: handmade chocolates and fudge

De Weevers Wovens: handwoven garments

HM Leather Works: handmade leather accessories

Blade Runner Sharpening: knife, scissor and garden tool sharpening service

Alex McLeod: local author

Still Fired Distilleries: craft spirits

Body Honour: plastic replacements for you and your home

Lunar Rogue: handmade clothing

De Weevers Wovens: handwoven garments

Studio Bee: reusable beeswax food wraps

Ocean View Wood Working: handmade cutting boards and more

Elizabeth Brown: woodcarver

Ursan Meadery: meads and maple wines

Community Space

Lunenburg Lit Festival










5 thoughts on “Thursday is Market Day September 19

  1. We love the market every Thursday. I just read that Evans Fish Store will not be back and was curious to learn why. We have bought fish from both fish mongers and have been well pleased with them. Thank you.

    • Evan’s Seafood decided that they could no longer make it to market. Between their wholesale orders and their restaurant in Dartmouth they are too busy and not able to consistently supply our market.
      Thank you for the inquiry.

      Ashley Marlin
      Market Manager
      Lunenburg Farmers’ Market

  2. We are (sadly) on a road trip from Louisiana, and won’t make it to Lunenburg until Thursday evening. We will be in town for a few days. Do some of these vendors have storefronts in town we can check out? Just hoping we can still get some fresh, local, delicious stuff while we are in town!

    • Too bad.

      Our vendors themselves do not have storefronts, but some of the stores in Lunenburg do carry some products. Dots & Loops and Shop on the Corner are great stores. For eating Lincoln St resaturant and Rime Restaurant buy from our market.

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