Vendors

Farms

Locally Crafted Wines

Fine Food Purveyors

  • Valicenti Organico Hollis, NH – Hand made Pasta and  Red Gravy using locally grown ingredients
  • Fig Tree Cafe Rollinsford, NH – Tasty Baked Goods
  • The Party Cake Newburyport, MA – Incredible, Edible, Unforgettable Cakes {1st and 3rd Sunday of each month}
  • The Soup Guy Dover ,NH –  Soups made with locally sourced ingredients
  • DSquared Java Exeter, NH -Organic and fair trade single pour coffees
  • Fresh Beginnings  Amesbury, MA – Organic Baby food
  • Patti’s Guacamole Gloucester, Ma- Fresh Guacamole made to order at the market each Sunday
  • Bucovina Cuisines  East Kingston, NH- Meals inspired by the Ukraine and Eastern Europe
  • Doos P.K. – Plymouth, Ma – fruit and vegetable spreads
  • Habib’s Mediterranean   Amesbury, Ma- Mediterranean inspired foods
  • Hubba Hubba Foods York, Me – Granola, spice blends, rubs and dipping blends
  • Maine Homestead Farm  York, Me -Pickles, relishes and jams
  • Breakwind Farm Hopkinton, NH- Organic baked beans
  • When Pigs Fly  Kittery, Me. -Old world artisan breads in many sweet and savory flavors
  • Casco Bay Butter – Portland Me. – All natural and organic  hand made butter and compound butters

Artisans

  • Luxa Bohemian luxurious jewelry that supports the environment.
  • Quinns Canine Cafe Yummy treats for dogs
  • Robinwoods design Handmade scarves, hats, headbands and bags
  • Objectrouve Seaglass and Seastone jewelry
  • Weehah Cards Greeting cards
  • Nicola Design Hand made cloth bags
  • Michael Updike Slate carvings and memorials
  • Rose Bryant Original paintings
  • Washed Ashore Designs Handmade jewelry, floorcloths and windcatchers
  • Honey Flower Designs Handmade baby and kids clothes
  • Factory Girl Handmade jewelry using vintage paper motifs
  • 3 Cat Productions Handmade clothing and hats
  • Hoist Away Bags Handcrafted bags constructed from recycled sails

Community Support

  • Transition Newburyport Transition Newburyport is a local chapter of a broader international movement working to develop creative and active local responses to the challenges of Climate Change, Peak Oil, and Economic Instability. We encourage you to stop by their tent find out about this chapter. We welcome your participation in this process.
  • Another Seed in The Garden Tent: This tent is for young people to display and sell their handmade crafts. The tent is free of charge to the young crafters. All items sold must be made by the kids; elementary aged school children must be accompanied by a parent at all times. Space is limited. For more information please contact thenewburyportfarmersmarket@gmail.com
  • The Newburyport Farmers Market Tent: Come learn about the farmers market and our sponsors, and sign up for our weekly newsletter and volunteer opportunities. We also will have reusable Farmer Market  Bags for sale as they are available. Stop by and say hello!