Kennebunk Farmers’ Market

kennebunk farmers' market

A community oriented farmers market serving the local public since 1994.

We are Proud to Be a Producer-Only Market

When you shop with us, you’re buying directly from the people who grew or raised or created that product for you. It’s a great way to support farms and keep your money circulating in the local economy.

 

Vendors for 2012

Updated 05/24/12

 


Above the Dam Jam
Jams, pickles, preserves,
sauces, salsas, nut butters
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Susan Sydnor
28 Harvest Rd
Dayton, ME 04005
Phone: 207-294-2074
Email: sue@abovethedamjam.com
Web: www.abovethedamjam.com

Alma Farm
Certified organic vegetables,
pasture-raised meats
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Gina & Geof Hancock
113 Moody Rd
PO Box 11
Porter, ME 04068
Phone: 207-831-1088
Email: eat@almafarm.com
Web: www.almafarm.com

Archer Angus
Grass-fed Black Angus beef
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Raymond & Linda Buck
209 Archer Rd
Chesterville, ME 04938
Phone: 207-491-0709, 207-491-6354
Email: archerangus@hciwireless.net
Web: www.archerangus.com

Black Fox Farm
Sustainably grown vegetables, herbs, flowers, rare & heirloom varieties
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Kiley Randall & Michael McCoy
55 Penney Rd
Montville, ME 04941
Phone: 207-382-3154
Email: kileyrandall@yahoo.com
Web: blackfoxfarm.wordpress.com

Budden Bun Baking
Wood-fired baked goods: bread,
rolls, cake, cookies
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Bill Chatfield
136 Hanscom Rd
Eliot, ME 03903
Phone: 207-439-2549, 207-752-4377

Busy Vees Farm
Honey & honey products, berries
AT MARKET June to October
Gwen & James Vesenka
47 Wildes District Rd
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
Phone: 207-967-0398, 207-590-8233
Email: gvesenka@yahoo.com

Casco Bay Butter
Handcrafted butter
AT MARKET May to October
Janelle Carter
146 Maine Ave
Portland, ME 04103
Phone: 207-252-5910
Email: cascobaybutter@gmail.com
Web: www.cascobaybutter.com

Chef Gilley’s Gourmet Foods
Homemade soups, breads, desserts, sauces, pickles, relishes
AT MARKET May to November
David & Lisa Gilley
202 Irving Rd
Arundel, ME 04046
Phone: 386-299-7647, 386-341-5941
Email: chefgilley@yahoo.com

Chick Farm
Certified organic chicken, eggs, vegetables, herbs, berries
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
Rick & Marilyn Stanley
19 Waldo Way
Wells, ME 04090
Phone: 207-985-2787
Email: info@chickfarm.com
Web: www.chickfarm.com

Cricket Corner Soapworks
Herbal & goat milk soaps, herbal
dips & seasoning blends, preserves,
salsa, baked & canned goods
AT MARKET Early May to Late October
Jadeane Gauvin
67 Eldridge Rd, Unit 43
Wells, ME 04090
Phone: 207-646-6698
Email: soapmaker4@gmail.com
Web: www.cricketcornersoapworks.com

Dory Dogs
French hot dogs, iced teas, crepes
with seasonal fruits & vegetables
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
Trish Kinkade & Eric Young
16 Grove St
Kennebunk, ME 04043
Phone: 207-252-1186
Email: tkinkade@neuco-inc.com

Fenderson Farm
Fruits, vegetables, crafts, flowers
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
John & Linda Fenderson
97 New County Rd (Rt 5)
Saco, ME 04005
Phone: 207-468-9315, 207-499-2204
Email: valuescount@hotmail.com

Fern Cottage Gardens
Annuals, hangers, patio containers,
cut flowers, succulents, herbs
AT MARKET Early May to Late September
Bill & Eileen Harmon
423 Cat Mousam Rd
Kennebunk, ME 04043
Phone: 207-985-2995
Web: www.ferncottagegardens.com

Five Acre Farm
Rhubarb & herbal teas, lemonade,
baked goods, canned items, herbs,
bouquets, perennials, garlic
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Melinda Anderson
43 Bryant Lane
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
Phone: 207-286-9848
Email: fiveacrefarm@roadrunner.com

Foxes Ridge Farm
Peaches, nectarines, apples, jams
AT MARKET Mid-June to Mid-October
Howard & Ann Stevens
776 Foxes Ridge Rd
Acton, ME 04001
Phone: 207-477-8123
Email: peachy63@myfairpoint.net

Fresh Start Farms
Vegetables, ethnic crops, herbs
AT MARKET Mid-June to Late October
Seynab Ali & Batula Ismail
Lewiston, ME
Phone: 207-761-4769
Email: freshstartfarms@gmail.com
Web: www.cultivatingcommunity.org

Gino’s Fresh Produce
Vegetables, seedlings, herbs,
cranberries, gourds
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Gino Sarcione
202 Irving Rd
Arundel, ME 04046
Phone: 386-299-8684
Email: ginosfreshproduce@yahoo.com

Groundwork Farm
Organic vegetables, flowers, herbs

(Organic certification pending)
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
Luke Donahue
259 Mouse Lane
Alfred, ME 04002
Phone: 503-313-5239
Email: groundworkfarm@gmail.com
Web: groundworkfarm.wordpress.com

Hussein Family Farm
Vegetables, ethnic crops, herbs
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Hussein Muktar
PO Box 982
Lewiston, ME 04243
Phone: 207-783-2046, 207-344-4162
Email: husseinmuktar84@gmail.com

Kelly Orchards
Apples, cider, peaches, pears, plums, berries, pumpkins, winter squash
AT MARKET Late July to Late November
Art & Jill Kelly
PO Box 48
Route 109
Acton, ME 04001
Phone: 207-636-1601
Email: kellyorchards@gmail.com

Kelner’s Garlic
Fresh garlic
AT MARKET August & September
David Kelner
PO Box 864
Kennebunk, ME 04043
Phone: 207-985-3956

Liberty Fields Farm
Fresh & aged artisanal goat cheese
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
Anne & Joel Tripp
Saco, ME 04072
Phone: 207-282-0967
Email: libertyfields@maine.rr.com

Little Cottage Baking Company
Fudge, granola, sweetbreads,
muffins, baked goods
AT MARKET May to Late October
Claire Genest
32 Guillemette St
Sanford, ME 04073
Phone: 207-432-2930
Email: cottagebaking@hotmail.com

Maine Homestead Farm
Jams, jellies, pickles, relishes
AT MARKET May to October
Krista Gagne
6 Downing Rd
Arundel, ME 04046
Phone: 207-344-9274
Email: mainehomesteadfarm@gmail.com
Web: www.mainehomesteadfarm.com

Maple Ridge Farm & Fishery
Maple syrup, annuals, herbs,
vegetables
AT MARKET Early May to Early October
Jeremy & Tracy Ames
558 Sutherland Pond Rd
Sabattus, ME 04280
Phone: 207-375-9090
Email: tames9@roadrunner.com

Mud Meadow Farm & Gardens
Herbs, perennials, sachets, heirloom seedlings, fresh & dried flowers
AT MARKET Early May to Mid-October
Janet & Dwight Weaver
2335 Sanford Rd
Wells, ME 04090
Phone: 207-646-5926, 207-251-5756
Email: info@mudmeadowfarm.com
Web: www.mudmeadowfarm.com

Piper Ranch
Pork, goat, grass-fed Scottish
Highland beef
AT MARKET May to October
Richard Piper
17 Jim Warren Rd
Buckfield, ME 04220
Phone: 207-461-3876
Email: piperranch@piperranch.com
Web: www.piperranch.com

Pullen Manor Farm
Free-range chicken & turkey,
lamb, fiber & eggs
AT MARKET Early May to Late October
Mike & Maureen McEnaney
132 Alfred Rd
Kennebunk, ME 04043
Phone: 207-985-1898
Email: info@pullenmanorfarm.com
Web: www.pullenmanorfarm.com

‐PY1‐
Herbs, flowers, vegetables,
seedlings, potted plants
AT MARKET May to October
Praiwan Langevin
PO Box 292
Biddeford, ME 04005
Phone: 207-289-9494
Email: py1langevin@yahoo.com

Rita’s Wooly Batts
Romney roving, handspun yarn,
free-range eggs, lamb sausage,
lamb cuts, produce
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Rita Clarkson
482 Walker Rd
Lyman, ME
Phone: 207-651-1358
Email: masheep2000@yahoo.com

Sammy’s Farm
Produce, manure
AT MARKET June to Mid-October
Samantha Morin
7 Meeting Lane
Arundel, ME 04046
Phone: 207-502-2384
Email: farmgirl420@gmail.com

Spiller Farm
Berries, apples, mixed vegetables
AT MARKET Early June to Mid-October
Bill & Anna Spiller
85 Spiller Farm Lane
Wells, ME 04090
Phone: 207-985-2575
Email: spillerfarm@maine.rr.com
Web: www.spillerfarm.com

The Sweet Specialist
Gourmet cookies & tarts
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Deanna Weaver
2 Main St, Suite 18-208
North Dam Mill
Biddeford, ME 04005
Phone: 207-615-5754
Email: thesweetspecialist@gmail.com
Web: www.thesweetspecialist.com

Tibbetts Family Farm
Compost, seedlings, herbs, annuals,
perennials, vegetables, bouquets,
pork, honey, fall ornamentals
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
John & Elaine Tibbetts
765 Clarks Wood Rd
Lyman, ME 04002
Phone: 207-247-6518
Email: info@tibbettsfamilyfarm.com
Web: www.tibbettsfamilyfarm.com

Trailside Herb Farm
Certified organic herbs & herbal products
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Pam Carr
186 Waterhouse Rd
Dayton, ME 04005
Phone: 207-229-1307
Email: trailsideherbs@gmail.com
Web: trailsidefarmherbs.blogspot.com

Watavue Farm
& Serious Lady Lobsters
Lobsters, pork sausage, lamb cuts,
lamb sausage, beef, maple syrup, eggs
AT MARKET Early May to Late November
Cortney Beamis
204 Fox Farm Hill Rd
North Berwick, ME 03906
Phone: 207-475-6576
Email: cbeamis@hotmail.com

Wildside Gardens
Vegetable plants, herbs, annuals, perennials, preserves, breads
AT MARKET Early May to Late June
Robin Phillips
PO Box 1326
9 Buzzy’s Way
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
Phone: 207-967-2091, 207-468-0870
Email: RCP45@myfairpoint.net

 

Top 10 Reasons to Shop KFM

  1. Celebrate the seasons The food you buy at the Kennebunk Farmers’ Market is seasonal. Everything is locally grown and it is exciting to see what each season produces. Reconnect with the cycles of nature; enjoy spring snap peas, summer sweet corn and crisp fall apples. Eat with the season and enjoy the variety!
  2. Support family farmers Family farmers are becoming increasingly rare. Large agribusiness farms and ranches are steadily taking over food production in the U.S. and small family farms have a hard time competing. Buying directly from farmers gives them a better return for their products and gives them a fighting chance in today’s economy.
  3. Variety Find a bountiful assortment of plants, flowers, vegetables and other goodies that you might not find at the grocery store. You can also find all sorts of yummy things aside from produce. You can also find local meats, dairy, jams, and baked goods (sooo hard to resist). It’s a great opportunity to try something new!
  4. Taste real flavors The fruits, vegetables and other goodies you buy at KFM are at the freshest and tastiest available. Our produce is allowed to ripen in the field not in a truck that is transporting it thousands of miles.
  5. Protect the environment Food in the U.S. travels an average of 1,500 miles to get to your table. Shipping uses large amounts of natural resources, especially fossil fuels, contributes to pollution and creates excess waste due to extra packaging. Walking to your local market decreases this extra waste.
  6. Know where your food comes from Meeting and talking to farmers is a great opportunity to learn more about how food is grown, where it is grown, when it is grown and why. You can also ask our vendors any questions you might have about their goods and how they are processed ‐ they will be happy to answer!
  7. Learn cooking tips, recipes and meal ideas Vendors at the KFM are often passionate cooks with plenty of free advice about how to cook the foods they are selling. Also, if you have a recipe you would like to share be sure to stop by and let us know; we would love to share it with others!
  8. Teach your children something new Promote healthy eating habits by shopping at the market with your kids. Helping them to understand where their food comes from will help them to understand the importance of being informed about their food choices. It might also help you to get them to eat more fruits and veggies!
  9. Connect with your community You never know who you’re going to run in to at the market. Shopping at KFM makes shopping a pleasure rather than a chore. The farmers’ market is a community gathering place ‐ a place to meet new friends, bring your children, or just enjoy a few minutes of fresh air!
  10. We’re open rain or shine Our vendors aren’t afraid of a little sprinkle! They will be there each and every weekend to serve you the best variety of goods they can. Let your kids puddle jump while you purchase your goods, and everyone goes home happy! Who wants to be cooped up inside anyway?

 

 

 

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