The Downtown Concord Winter Farmers Market will hold its first shopping day on Dec. 15 in the Eagle Square Atrium. Both markets open at 10 a.m. and run until 1 p.m. According to Jill Longval, who owns Granite State Granola and is the publicity manager for the Downtown Concord Winter Farmers Market, both markets are an excellent source of food. The markets will be open for 10 hours, while Cole Gardens will remain open until 1:30 p.m.
Natural foods store
In Concord, New Hampshire, a new natural foods store is open in the Commons. Outpost Natural Foods will feature organic produce, vitamins, and minerals. These natural foods stores are a healthier alternative to fast food, and the managers promise affordable prices. Those with low incomes can also use EBT cards to purchase items. Outpost is a member of the Natural Foods Association and supports the local farmers who supply the products.
A visit to Outpost Natural Foods in Mequon is a treat for many. There are flexitarian foods, honey, and even a deli that serves food from other countries. The staff members have been preparing healthy snacks for a new year for local families in need for some time. Outpost’s staff members even have a holiday bag filled with goodies that look like they came straight from a natural foods store deli.
Accepts SNAP benefits
In order to serve as a healthy and convenient market for residents, the Cole Gardens community works with the Merrimack County Conservation District to accept SNAP benefits. The Market will feature a kiosk that accepts $1.00 tokens, which functions as an ATM. SNAP benefits are not charged, but consumers will be charged if they use a debit card. The conservation district will provide information to vendors and consumers about the program and how to use it.
If you receive SNAP benefits, you can use them to purchase plants and seeds for your garden. You can use your benefits to buy vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruit trees. You can also buy seeds for spices, herbs, and even blueberry bushes. For a more rewarding experience, you can even purchase seeds for spices, such as basil. This can be an easy way to use your money to grow your own food.
Accepts credit card payments
Cole Gardens is a popular farmers’ market in Concord. The market has been open since Nov. 3 and draws a steady flow of visitors. You can use SNAP benefits and credit cards to pay for your produce and food. To avoid long lines and make payment easier, vendors should bring their own reusable shopping bags. If you don’t have cash, you can also use your credit card. All vendors must be registered with the City of Concord to sell food.
To set up a table at the market, arrive at least 30 minutes before the market opens. This will allow you to set up your table and display. Set up at the market site no later than 8:45 AM. If you arrive too early, you will be dispersed or moved to another location. Remember that sales are not permitted before the market opens at 9:30 am. Depending on your space, you may request tables from Cole Gardens. You must reserve them in advance.
Open since Nov. 3
The Cole Gardens market has been open since Nov. 3 and is a popular stop for local shoppers. The market features an assortment of locally grown and sustainably produced foods as well as grocery items, baked goods, craft items, and live music. The market also accepts credit cards and SNAP benefits. Whether you’re looking for a delicious breakfast or a nutritious lunch, the Cole Gardens market is a great place to go.
The photography club of Bishop Canevin High School has hung their latest works in the Carnegie Municipal Building. Seniors Alysha Cutri and Katie Drauch, as well as sophomores Alex Badran and Vivian White, have exhibited the photos taken during their photography classes. Seniors of Parkway Tech’s Veterinary Assistant Technology program helped celebrate the opening of the market, and Mayor Riley attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony to thank everyone for their hard work.