Lane Tavern:

Former Vendors:


Vendor Registration Form:

Sponsors & Supporters:


Special Events:


Buy A Square Foot:

NH Outlook Video:


Note: click on the underlined words for pictures and links to information.

Member of the New Hampshire Farmers' Market Association.

Sanbornton Farmers' Market

Food doesn't come from the supermarket -- it comes from farmers -- and here in Sanbornton, New Hampshire, that means just around the corner. As traffic begins to clog the towns surrounding Sanbornton, making the Sanbornton Farmers' Market a part of your weekly routine is a wonderful way to provide stress-free shopping for your family. Look for our signs around town.

Evelyn D Roberts took some interesting pictures of the market.

Fridays, 3-6 PM, 29 June 2012 - 5 October 2012
On the grounds of the Sanbornton Historical Society,
Lane Tavern, Route 132, 523 Sanbornton Square
(Go north on Route 132 from the stoplight at Applebee's by Exit 20, I-93)

Rain or Shine, 286-8700

Click here for a map to Sanbornton

We accept Farmers Market Nutrition Program (WIC) coupons.

E-mail the Sanbornton Farmers' Market at

Agricultural crafts, baked goods, dairy, free range poultry & meat products, eggs, fiber goods & crafts, flowers, fresh fruits & berries, herbs, honey, jams & jellies, potted plants, processed foods, seeds, syrup, vegetables, and wood crafts & products are all acceptable. In addition, small livestock and fowl may be sold. Local entertainment.

Click here for a produce availability guide for Sanbornton

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Farmers' Market Vendors:

Winnisquam Echo Newspaper article.

Ellis Gardens:Tim Ellis, 9 Weston Road, Belmont, NH 03220; Tel. (603) 286-2224
-- Market products: organic veggies & beef.

Rolling in the Dough: Rachel Brown, Sanbornton, NH 03269, 393-7162;
-- Market products: breads & baked goods.

Sharkobeach Candles: Betsy Tilton, 320 E Pleasant St., Northfield, NH 03276;
-- Market products: candles.

Totally Wood: Pat Consentino, 9 Maple Court, Tilton 03276; 286-8700
-- Market products: woodworking.

Webster Ridge Farm: Brandon Sussman, 1482 Pleasant St, Webster, NH 03235; 648-2595
-- Market products: beef, lamb, pork & chicken.

Former Farmers' Market Vendors:

Back Door Farm: Karen & Steve Ober, 149 March Road, Sanbornton, NH 03269, 286-9995
-- Market products: maple & honey products and black smithed items.

BGR Designs:Beth Roy, PO Box 3082, Boscawen, NH 03303; Tel. (603) 796-2344
-- Market products: fabrics & daylillies.

Candia Vineyards:Bob Dabrowski, 702 High St., Candia, NH 03034-2040; Tel. (603) 867-9751
-- Market products: a boutique vineyard that specializes in fine table wines from grapes.

Green Acres Farm/Just Maple: Barbara & Roger Proulx, 475 School Street, Tilton, 03276, 286-3979, web site:
-- Market products: eggs, vegetables, maple products.

Herbal Energetics: Carolyn Kelley, 32 Bay Hill Road, Northfield 03276; 286-4696.
-- Market products: herbal products.

Hermit Brook Farm: Monique & Bob Champey, 61 Plummer Road, Sanbornton, 03269, 286-4121;
-- Market products: free range chickens; meat pies.
-- Farm products: Fresh range-raised Thanksgiving turkeys, all natural chickens and fresh eggs (available year-round). Please place your orders early for Thanksgiving turkeys.

Liz's Leaves: Marie Johnson, 264 Lower Bay Road, Sanbornton 03269; 524-1295
-- Market products: hand-painted/printed ceramic dishes.

Plummer Hill Pies: Linda VanValkenburgh, 116 Plummer Hill Road, Sanbornton, NH 03269, 286-3518
-- Market products: pies & baked goods.

Sant Bani School: Sue Dyment, 19 Ashram Road, Sanbornton, NH 03269; 934-4240
-- Market products: garlic.

Shaker Woods Farm at Point Comfort: Eva Dunn & Jack Potter, 30 Lower Smith Road, Sanbornton, 03269, 528-1990. Winnisquam Echo Newspaper article.
-- Market products: goat milk soap, jams & jellies, teas, vegetables, crafts & folk art.
-- Farm products: Our bed & breakfast features homemade goat milk soap and a flower, fruit, herb & vegetable garden.

Suroweic Farm: Katie & Steve Surowiec, Perley Hill Road, Sanbornton, 03269, 286-4069.
-- Market products: fruit, vegetables.
-- Farm products: Pick-Your-Own strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and apples. Cut-Your-Own Christmas Trees. Retail farm stand (August) -- vegetables, melons, pumpkins, squash, jellies, maple syrup, honey, cider. Look for signs in season. Also sell hay.

Jim Wells Woodworking: Jim Wells, 185 Eastman Road , Sanbornton, 03269, 738-6645.
-- Market products: wooden toys.

Willoughby Farm: Susan & Dale Willoughby, 164 Eaton Road, Pittsfield 03263, 435-9965.
-- Market products: organic vegetables, fruit, flowers.

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Farmers' Market Guidelines:

Market Guidelines.

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Farmers' Market Sponsors & Supporters:

NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food.
Sanbornton Historical Document Foundation.
Sanbornton Historical Society.
Belknap County Cooperative Extension, Amy Ouellette, Extension Educator.
Franklin Savings Bank.
New England Grassroots Environmental Fund.
Sanbornton Agriculture and Land Trust (SALT).
Steele Hill Resort, Sanbornton.

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Foofaraw--eclectic music: .

Mark Ledgard, Contemporary Acoustic Guitarist and Singer:
Playing the songs that span generations including folk, light rock, easy listening, blues, and contemporary.

Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire.

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Special Events:

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The Sanbornton Farmers' Market produced a cookbook under a grant from the NH Department of Agriculture, markets and Food. The cookbook featured recipes based on fresh fruits herbs, vegetables and seafood and meat available from the farmers' market. $9.75 each or 10 for $80. Unfortunately, it is all sold out.

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Buy a Square Foot:

In September of 2005, the SHS/SFM launched a "Buy a Square Foot" campaign to raise $3,000 to build a farmers' porch on the rear to the Currier Building (former school bus garage) for the customers of the Sanbornton Farmers' Market. The SHS/SFM accepted donations of $10 per "square foot". An anonymous donor came forward and offered $1 for every $2 raised.

By late August 2006, the SHS/SFM made their goal with a range of donors, to include the donation of a "square foot" from Brownie Girl Scout Troop #387. Alan Lefebvre, Lefebvre Construction Company, offered to build the farmers' porch and donate the labor from his construction company.

On Friday, October 6, 2006, the Governing Board of the Sanbornton Historical Society (SHS) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Sanbornton Farmers' Market (SFM) farmers' porch.

On Friday, August 3, 2007, Governor John Lynch attended our ribbon cutting ceremony for the farmers' porch.

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This website funded by the Sanbornton Historical Society

This document is maintained by Jack Potter, 603-528-1990,
Shaker Woods Farm at Point Comfort, 8 Feb 2012