Harvest Market Sunday, Nov. 18-10am-2pm Memorial Hall

Join us on Sunday, November 18th,  from 10am-2pm for our first indoor Farmers’ Market of the season. We are located at Memorial Hall, 590 Main Street. You can find all of our outdoor market vendors, brand new vendors, plus a few from the Wakefield market.

Special activities for kids include face painting from Masks by Design, a community art project from Follow Your Art, kids yoga from Joy Yoga from 10am to 11am,  Henna Designs, and live music from The Bohemians from 11am-1:45pm. 

Scroll through to see who our vendors are and upcoming indoor markets!

Farm and Food Vendors:
Aaronap Cellars-melds tradition, art, & modern science to make innovative and unique wines using grapes & fruit from their own estate vineyard and partner vineyards & orchards in MA and beyond. 
Ackermann Maple Farm-Maple syrup, maple cream, maple sugar, and maple candy.
Baer’s Best Beans-Amazing dry heirloom New England beans. A must purchase. Especially if you have an instapot!
Bagel land-Bagels, cream cheese and more
Beverly Bee’s-Back for the indoor market! Market goers have been requesting their honey, lotions and candles! 
Boston Smoked Fish Co-First time at our market! Bringing you the highest quality smoked fish available using sustainably harvested fish, locally sourced ingredients & all natural preparation.
Coutts Specialty Foods-100% natural jams and relishes.
Deano’s Pasta-Handmade raviolis
Dick’s Market Gardens and Greenhousespre-order $25 veggie boxes 
Dove’s and Figs-Creatively and locally produced jams.
END Bakery-Hailing from Somerville, but bringing the tastiest cupcakes, cookie bars, and whoopie pies!
Fabian’s European Pastries-Dutch pastries made locally
Fork on A Road-Market Meal Packages curated by Suman and straight from our farmers and market vendors. Plus her homemade Chutneys. 
Hannah’s Herbals-Personal care and dried herbal teas
Johnnie Johnnie Goods-Adult and children’s jewelry and accessories specifically leather earrings and paracord bracelets. 
Kim Gregory | Pure Pastry-granola, baked goodies and treats made with all pure and organic ingredients
Koshari Mama-Your lunch is covered! Koshari is a lentil rice pasta dish topped with fried onions, chickpeas and sauces. AMAZING
Lilac Hedge Farm-Doing their preorder and pick ups behind Memorial Hall in the Parking Lot. 
Moonlight Farm-Our amazing Upton Family-farm bringing Chicken, sausages, and eggs
Mr. Tamole-Boston-made tamales to die for-vegan and veggie options available. 
Muddy River Herbals-Tea blends, salves, tinctures, ointments, shrubs, oxymels, freshly-squeezed herbal lemonade, fresh and dried herbs.
Muddy Water Coffee Truck-Fresh roasted coffee beans and hot cups of coffee. 
Oakdale Farm-One of two produce farms at our market. Tons of winter veggies! 
Roberto’s Seafood-fresh fish picked up that morning and sold to you at a great price. 
Shady Pine Farm-grass-fed beef, lamb and chicken, prepared sausages, eggs, and a meat share. 
Smith’s Country Cheese-Mass made Gouda, Havarti, and Cheddar cheeses. A market favorite! 
Sweet Lydia’s- Handcrafted Confections that make perfect gifts! 
Sweet Spot Bakery-a local favorite-chocolate cake, cupcakes, pies, and cookies
The Bread Shop-locally made breads, scones and cookies.
The Popover Lady-A local favorite-variety of pop-over flavors. 

Artisans and Personal Care Products: 
Bathbomba Mama-Cute bath bombs, scrubs, and soaps made by a local Melrose mom! 
Brooklyn James-Kid’s jewelry 
C. Moreno Creates-A local Melrose artist with Multi media wall art, earrings and ornaments. Truly one of a kind.
Fire Garden Pottery-Beautiful pottery to enjoy with delicious food
Hiller’s Silver Studio-Hand cut semiprecious stones set in original Sterling silver settings – all work by Gregory Hiller. 
Green Witch-Candles, soaps, incense, and handmade gifts (these include the cutest mandrakes we’ve ever seen) 
Pleasant Moments by HFR-handmade soaps and bath products 
Rosegold & Rainbows-Melrose, MA-based design studio focusing on handmade creations.
Sasquatch Woodworks-Live edge homegoods – creative inlays & Lichtenberg burns. Tables, trays, wine holders & more!
Sheepshed-handspun yarns, spinning fibers, for spinning yarns and felting, felt pumpkins, hats and gloves, hand thrown sheep pottery & herb moth repellents 
Ugly Baby Soap Co.-all natural soap, soap accessories, lip balm, bath salts, & skin creams

$10 SNAP Match will be available at the Market Table. We are excited to announce that the Healthy Incentives Program ( HIP) has been extended until February 2019, so it will be offered through our two farms, Dick’s Market Garden and Oakdale Farm. 

Compost your food waste at our November 18th market! The Melrose Recycling Committee is sponsoring this service to divert waste from incineration, and recycle it into nutrients for the garden. Black Earth, a local composting company, will provide the service. Free service for Melrose residents and market customers. Dispose of fruit and vegetables, coffee grounds, dairy products, bones, meat, seafood, and animal greases and fats. Bring your pumpkins, too! Here is a full list of what you can bring: 

We can’t wait to see you today! Please help us spread the word. Come shop for meals for the week and gifts, bring your friends, neighbors, family. All are welcome!