Borrowed from Destination Salem's Blog, with permission, and thanks to Kate Fox:
This winter the Salem Farmers’ Market returns to its previous indoor location at Artists’ Row -- adjacent to Derby Square’s Old Town Hall where the Winter Market has been hosted the past few years. The Winter Market commences on the 13th of November with five weeks of operation: Thursdays November 13th, 20th and December 4th, 11th, and 18th. The Market runs from 3-7 pm, one hour longer than last year’s Winter Market.
“The Winter Market is a fantastic opportunity to support local farms and artisans through the holiday season,” states Kylie Sullivan, manager of Salem Main Streets and organizer of the market. “We’re very excited to showcase so many farmers’ market favorites as well as some new vendors in this unique space.”
A diversity of local vendors will be present at the Winter Market with a weekly rotation of booths and goods. Patrons can expect to find an assortment of foods and artisan crafts including but not limited to dried fruit and nuts, oatmeal crisps, hard cider, chowder, upcycled clothing, jewelry, gluten/dairy free baked goods, wreaths, berries, handmade soaps, spices, honey, pickles, wool crafts, gourmet ravioli, candles, cheeses, eggs, and various produce.
For further information regarding current vendors and Winter Market updates, refer to SalemFarmersMarket.org, Facebook, and Twitter pages, or contact Kylie Sullivan.
The Salem Farmers’ Market and Winter Market are organized by Salem Main Streets with assistance from Mayor Kimberley Driscoll and the City of Salem,Mass in Motion Salem, Salem Chamber of Commerce, and numerous volunteers.
I hope to see you here, or there.