Oh, it’s on! Dates set for West Windsor Indoor Winter Farmers’ Markets

WW LogoOh, it’s on! Dates set for West Windsor Indoor Winter Farmers’ Markets

Support and Shop From Local Farms and Artisan Vendors This Holiday Season!

As they did last year, the West Windsor Community Farmers Market moves indoors to host markets on the first Saturday of each month, December through April.  The Market is pleased to utilize the spacious and inviting Windsor Athletic Club at 99 Clarksville Road in West Windsor again this winter.

Indoor market dates are December 3, January 7, February 4, March 4, and April 1 from 10:00 am-1:00 pm.

Enjoy a wide variety of greens, salad mix, root vegetables, winter squash, mushrooms, pastured meats and poultry, artisan cheese, farm fresh eggs, herbal tea, honey, orchids, fresh pasta, bread, granola, baked goods, and much more as you stock up on groceries.

Support local small farms and businesses as you shop for your holiday gifts including wine, soaps, culinary herbs, elixirs, bitters, sauces, jams, beeswax candles and beautiful alpaca wear or surprise a friend or family member with farmers market gift certificates (Market Bucks).

Many outdoor season farmers and vendors will be featured as well as long time farm friends plus a few new offerings.  December 3’s music will be provided by WWP High School North’s 34 Strong and Nonet.

For a complete roster of farms and vendors, please visit the Facebook page event at West Windsor Community Farmers Market or their website.

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3 thoughts on “Oh, it’s on! Dates set for West Windsor Indoor Winter Farmers’ Markets

  1. Hi Faith, Saturday’s winter market was great, but it got me to wondering if the WW markets have replaced the Slow Food Central NJ winter markets? I haven’t seen any postings this year. Cindy.

    • Yes, they rolled them together last year, explaining, “These are basically the same markets that we have run for the past eleven years as the Slow Food Eat Slow Winter Markets but giving the name back to West Windsor Community Farmers Market since the SF Central NJ chapter isn’t active other than these markets so it was kind of redundant.”

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