This summer in Salisbury every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the beautifully manicured lawn of the Scoville Memorial Library (38 Main Street) there will be a farmers market. The lawn bordered by towering maple trees is the perfect backdrop for the market that will feature a large variety of vegetables, meats, cheeses, eggs, rustic breads and more. There is plenty of on and off the street free parking making visiting this market a pleasure. The market was organized by the library to further its community mission beyond the borrowing of books and movies.
Among participants, Crooked Oak farm from Lakeville and Mountain Falls Farm from Sheffield will be bringing an large variety of vegetables. Meats including chicken, beef, pork and sausage will be provided by Skipp Hobbs of Mountain Falls in Sheffield, MA and the Cockerlines from Whipporwill Farm in Lakeville. Savory baked goods are featured by Carol Bonci including breads, focaccia, sesame salt rolls, savory turnovers, plus vegetarian pate.
Jams and jellies will be provided by Adamah Farm from Falls Village and Averill Farm of Washington Depot, who will also feature apple butter, apple cider syrup, and honey in addition to apples and pears in season. The Adamah will offer their wonderful pickles and a variety of cheeses will available from Sprout Creek Farm from Poughkeepsie and vinegars from Brother Victor.
Additionally there will be maple syrup, eggs, seedlings and eventually cut flowers and other plants. On occasion there will be special guests and chef demonstrations.