Market Vendors

B Tree Crafts

Cross Stich, Bibs, Ornaments, Hoops

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Ice Cream, Coffee, Baked Goods

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Baked Goods, Breads

Custom Engraving NH

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Custom wood engraved signs, cutting boards, spoons, ornaments, gifts, charcuterie boards, and more!

Eclipse Soaps

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Soaps and Body Products

Geddes Farm

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Local blueberries!

Grumpy Farmer

Locally grown produce, pork & chicken.

Jessie James Maple Farm

Maple Syrup, Maple Mustard, and Maple Seasonings!

Lofty View Farm

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Artisan Breads, locally grown chicken & certified organic produce.

Mead Made Photography

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Photography, Canvas Painting, Decorative Pillows & More

McCormack's Bee Farm

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Local Raw Honey, Soaps, Chapsticks, and more!

Moore Farm

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Herbs, Produce, Herbal Tinctures, Salves and More!

NH Mushroom Company

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Variety of Mushrooms

Our Place Farm

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Braided Rugs, Jams & Jellies

Purely Wholesome

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Goat Milk Cheese, Soaps & More

Ridgeland Farm

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Locally grown produce

Riley's Candles

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Hand crafted candles by Riley

Scentapy

Hand crafted, beautifully decorated artisanal soaps & body products

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Smelly Hippie Apothecary

Hand crafted soaps & body products using organic ingredients and essential oils.

Smittens

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Scarves, Cashmere lined mittens, and seasonal themed masks.

Sunflower NH

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Microgreens & Solar Power

The Truffle Lady

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Hand crafted variety of decadent truffles.

Todd's Sugar Works

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Maple Syrup, Rum & Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup, Maple Cream & Candy

Wildflower Bakery & Meetinghouse Brewing

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Baked pies, cookies, & more! Hand crafted sodas!

Winnipesaukee Woods

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Custom Flower Bouquets & Vases

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Hand Crafted Herbal Teas, Duck & Chicken Eggs, Baked Goods, Pasture Raised Beef, Chicken, Turkey & Duck, & Forest Fed Pork. Outside of the market WVA Farm sells Natural Body Products. 

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Market Vendors

Barefoot Wenches

Baked Goods, Breads

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Catchpenny

Planters, wood ornaments & crafts

Celtic Roots

Produce, plant starts, eggs

Custom Engraving NH

Custom wood engraved signs, cutting boards, spoons, ornaments, gifts, charcuterie boards, and more!

Eclipse Soaps

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Soaps and Body Products

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Erica's Handcrafted Jewelry

Custom cabochon earrings & necklaces

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Geddes Farm

Local blueberries!

Grumpy Farmer

Locally grown produce, pork & chicken.

Jessie James Maple Farm

Maple Syrup, Maple Mustard, and Maple Seasonings!

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Lofty View Farm

Artisan Breads, locally grown chicken & certified organic produce.

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Magee Family Farm

Fresh baked breads, produce, herbs, peaches & raspberries

McCormack's Bee Farm

Local Raw Honey, Soaps, Chapsticks, and more!

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Mead Made Photography

Photography, Canvas Painting, Decorative Pillows & More

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Our Place Farm

Braided Rugs, Jams & Jellies

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Purely Wholesome

Goat Milk Cheese, Soaps & More

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Riley's Candles

Hand crafted candles by Riley

Sapling Studio

Felt & Sewn Items

Scentapy

Hand crafted, beautifully decorated artisanal soaps & body products

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Smelly Hippie Apothecary

Hand crafted soaps & body products using organic ingredients and essential oils.

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Sunflower Beads

Gemstone Jewelry

Sunflower NH

Microgreens & Solar Power

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The Fox & Crow Farm

Pork, Lamb, Chicken, Eggs, & custom wood products.

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Todd's Sugar Works

Maple Syrup, Rum & Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup, Maple Cream & Candy

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Velvet Flats Farm

USDA Venison

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Wildbloom Beer

Wildflower Bakery & Meetinghouse Brewing

Baked pies, cookies, & more! Hand crafted sodas!

Wooded Valley Acres Farm

Hand Crafted Herbal Teas, Duck & Chicken Eggs, Baked Goods, Pasture Raised Beef, Chicken, Turkey , & Forest Fed Pork & Beeswax Candles. 

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Interested in Being A Vendor

Apply Below

Please read the rules & applicant information below before applying. 

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Thanks for submitting!

We will be reviewing applications and sending emails of acceptance to vendors on the following dates for applications received in the previous month:

  • 2/2/2021

  • 3/2/2021

  • 4/6/2021

  • 5/4/2021

If you applied prior to one of the above dates and have not heard from us, please send us an email. 

Please do not send payment until after you have been accepted. Thank you. 

Full Season

Welcome Table Vendor

Half Season

Drop In Vendor

Vegetable Store
 
 

Vendor Applicant Information & Rules

2021 Application for Vendors & Guest Vendors
June 13th- September 26th, 2021

10 am - 1 pm

The Gilmanton Community Farmers Market ASSOCIATION (GCFM) is a nonprofit organization that supports the local area agricultural and small business entities. Our mission is to make self-sustaining, responsibly grown and crafted agricultural items more easily accessible to our community through a farmers market, while providing a safe and fun community environment for Gilmanton and surrounding communities.

 

Description/SETUP: The Gilmanton Year Round Library provides the space for our market. The vendors are located on the field area of the property. The market is open Sunday’s 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., June 13th thru September 26th 2021. The vendors are responsible for setting up no later than 9:45 a.m. (any vendor arriving late may be asked to leave) and, taking down by 2:00 p.m. Vendors are allowed a 10x10 space and are required to have a tent, tent weights(this is required and GCFM will not be held responsible for any damage an improperly weighted tent may cause), table and chair. At this time electricity is limited and if available, will incur an additional $5.00 per market. Tent weights are a strong MUST as we are in an open field with frequent strong cross winds.

 

2021 Market Fees: Non-refundable fees

Fees for existing Vendors:

$150 full season (16 weeks)

$100 Welcome Table Vendor (16 weeks) Limited to 6 vendors

$80 for Half Season: (8 weeks) We have two options for half season

Half # 1: starts June 13th and every other Sunday thereafter

Half #2: Starts June 20th and every other Sunday thereafter

 

Start Date slots are based on first come first serve and competition guidelines. 

 

$15 Fee for Agricultural Guest Vendor

Please specify weeks of attendance. There are no refunds.

 

$20 Fee for Craft Vendors for Craft Fair Weekends only TBD

 

Insurance/Waiver of Liability: It is suggested that all vendors have liability insurance. However, if you do not have insurance, you are required to submit a WAIVER of Liability. (We will email this to you upon acceptance) (Email: GilmantonCFM@gmail.com for questions). You will not be allowed to set up without one or the other.

 

Communication: It is critical to the success of the market that all vendors attend every week unless otherwise indicated. Vendors are required to notify the market manager if an emergency arises and are unable to attend a scheduled Sunday. A waiting list is used in an effort to fill empty spots. Communication is mandatory to Elizabeth Bower (603)393-1083. Vendors are required to communicate, show up, set up on time, and break down after market close, if requirements are not met, vendors may be discharged from the market. There are no refunds. See By Laws and Rules of the GCFM.

 

Vendor Type: We are looking for humane and environmentally conscious vendors, specifically produce, corn, cheese, baked goods, gluten free products, meat, poultry, dairy & milk, and locally made goods such as soaps, oils, crafts, maple syrup and honey.

 

Homestead Rule: All food vendors are required to follow the Homestead Operational Guidelines for labeling and selling homemade and prepared goods. Any vendor that does not follow these rules will be asked to leave the market. Please be sure your items are properly labeled and if you have questions, contact DHHS.

 

Nonprofits/Farms: Nonprofit, and community organizations are invited to fundraise, showcase their offerings, perform demonstrations and farms are invited to demonstrate or offer a petting Zoo. No charge to nonprofits or demonstrating farms.

RULES of the GILMANTON COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET ASSOCIATION (GCFM), Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Adopted January 2021

The following rules are adopted by a majority vote of the membership present at any regularly scheduled meeting of the GCFM:

  1. The greater Gilmanton area is defined as a twenty-five (25) mile radius of Gilmanton, NH. Farmers/growers/producers beyond a 25-mile radius may make special application for membership.

  2. “Native, Our Own and Local” will be defined as in RSA 426:5.

  3. All products sold must have been grown or produced in New Hampshire. Any agricultural product which is not grown or produced by the seller must be labeled as to who did grow or produce it.

  4. Pricing/Labeling: A member selling to the public will prominently display their prices. Products will be labeled and sold in accordance with applicable state law.

  5. To protect the integrity and reputation of the Gilmanton Community Farmers Market, it is a goal that 75% of the vendors by number shall be NH agricultural-based producers. NH agricultural-based products include but are not limited to: agricultural crafts, baked goods, dairy, eggs, fiber goods & crafts, flowers, fresh fruits & berries, herbs, honey, jams & jellies, potted plants, poultry & meat products, processed foods, seeds, syrup, vegetables, and wood crafts & products.

  6. Vendor Parking: Once unloaded, vendor parking is located along side of the driveway, just off the gravel to block non-vendors from parking here and blocking traffic.

  7. Space Layout: The market space allotment plan will be considered permanent throughout the market season, unless absences require a consolidation of the market. Changes will be made upon agreement of the involved members and the Board of Directors at the market.

  8. Insurance: Vendors will not be able to vend if there is no updated proof of insurance or a liability waiver on file.

  9. Attendance: The Board needs to be notified by Thursday before 6 pm if the vendor is not planning on attending the Sunday Market @ GilmantonCFM@gmail.com or 603-393-1083. Vendors who arrive late and not able to set up by 9:45 am will not be permitted to the market. Close of the market is 1 pm, vendors are NOT permitted to break down earlier for any reason.

  10. Issues/Concerns: Any issues or concerns regarding the farmer’s market, staff, vendors, potential vendors etc. must be addressed in writing to the board of directors directors unless it is of immediate need due to the health and safety of any person(s). The board will respond within 7 days of receipt of the concern. If immediate reply is required, please indicate in writing. Any issues, concerns, must not be addressed to the board of directors, other than in writing, at any time. Vendors who express issues, concerns at the Sunday market will be subject to disciplinary action which may Include temporary suspension or permanent discharge from the market without refund of fees.

  11. All vendors are responsible for complying with State and Federal regulations. Contact the NH Department of Agriculture, DHHS, markets and foods with any questions regarding regulations.

  12. Scale certification: Anyone selling products by weight must have a scale that is legal for trade and certified by the Division of Weights and Measures, NH Dept. of Agriculture. Please be informed that we may be visited by the New Hampshire Dept. of Agriculture, Dept. of Health and Human Services and/or the Division of Weights and Measures at any time.

  13. Non-profit organizations are invited to reserve a spot for a fund/awareness raising table, on one or more Sundays. There is no fee. These spots are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. No political party organizations are allowed. Call Elizabeth Bower to schedule at 603-393-1083

  14. Selling/Leafleting: Please conduct all your business transactions at your booth. No advertisement beyond your booth. Please no posting of political signs.

  15. Building and Grounds Rules for the Gilmanton Year Round Library (GYRL): No smoking or alcohol consumption on the property. Restrooms are available to vendors and the customers of the GCFM, pending COVID restrictions.

  16. Cancellation Policy: We ask that vendors make every effort not to miss an assigned/scheduled market. Please consider finding someone to run your stand in your absence. If you have an emergency on the day of the market please call Elizabeth Bower at 603-393-1083. If you do not notify the market of your absence, you may or may not be invited back to the market.

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