Vendors for 2017 - We will update our Facebook page every week ahead of the market to say who will be at the Common on Thursday. 


The Vendors listed below will be at the Market during the 2017 season.  Some will be at the Market weekly and some less often. Please check our Facebook page each week to see who will be at the Market.


We are offer a free community table which will allow non-profits to publicize current events. This will include local clubs or organizations and town departments to share information. Please contact us for information.


The vendor list below contains links to both their websites and FaceBook pages.  Click on their logo image to visit their Facebook page and click on their name in the text (underlined) to visit their webpage.  At this time, all confirmed 2017 vendors are in black text and those from 2016 are in grey.





Alex-Sun Energy Solutions (new for 2017) "Alex-Sun Energy Solutions has been installing top tier solar systems since we were established on September 15th, 2015. By working directly with the President of a solar company clients get ALL questions addressed from the top down.  Alexander DeFreitas and the entire team have vast experience in solar energy and are passionate about exceeding your expectations."



Assabet Village Food Cooperative   "Our vision is to start a store-front, locally-sourced, community-owned grocery store in the town of Maynard that will serve the Metrowest and Assabet Valley regions."



City Compost (new for 2017)  Ingredients are gathered on a weekly basis using 5-gallon containers, compost is created, and finished compost goes to sustainable farms, community gardens, or back to you making it a one-of-a-kind full circle service. All material is weighed at the individual level so you can know how much you have contributed and receive up to 100% of the finished compost back



Cogitation Zone (new for 2017) "Lisa Hertel is an artist from a long line of artists (to be continued!). She is CORI certified and can teach a variety of art techniques in her studio, including ceramics, watercolors, alcohol inks, working with wire, and classes for all ages. Lisa has been doing ceramics for most of her life; she uses green methods whenever possible. She has experience in wheel work, sculpture, and raku (a Japanese firing method), and generally uses Japanese techniques."



Color Me Happy by Melissa "I believe Art truly heals and is an expression of my Creative Soul. It is where I feel alive and speak my Truth. Come enjoy this magical ride, spread some Colorful Sunshine and Happiness with me!" 



Community Teamwork Inc   A Non-Profit Community Action Agency, a Regional Non-Profit Housing Agency, and a Community Development Corporation.   Established in 1965 as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty and the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. Today, Community Teamwork’s mission is much the same as it was in 1965. As Greater Lowell’s Community Action Agency, we mobilize resources for low-income people, providing opportunities for them to achieve stability, self-sufficiency and a have an active voice and participation in the decisions that affect their lives.


Cookie Lady Treats   Laura’s obsession with baking started around the holidays when she was in high school. She loved giving plates of home-baked goodies to neighbors. But it wasn’t until she was in grad school and in her first apartment that she started baking in earnest.


Creative Threads N.H.   "Sewing and creating new items is my greatest passion. I've been sewing since I was a little girl. Shopping for the finest fabrics is the most exciting part of this business.  The American Girl Doll is a great gift for any girl. They come with own story, friends and furniture."



Crunchi - rep. Shayna Micol (new for 2017) "Toxin Free. Organic. Clean? These aren’t just buzz-words anymore.
They are a way of life. Our way of life." 





Earth and Soul llc (new for 2017)  "We are a small company with one mission - to create happy, healthy families by providing locally made, nourishing skin and home care products. Our carefully blended, aromatherapy-based products are custom blended by hand and made with all natural and organic ingredients.  Earth & Soul is located in Westford, Massachusetts. We offer a full range of skin care and home care products for families looking to achieve whole body wellness and reduce the amount of chemicals on their bodies and in their homes." 



Eva's Farm Organic Butcher Shop (new for 2017) "The mission of our business is to connect families to the possibility of achieving a healthy diet with our local products. Our butcher shop has an old-fashioned feel that carries meats from animals raised on small, local, sustainable farms."




Goddess Pizza (new for 2017)  "Our Mission is to provide the highest quality food in the form of artisanal handcrafted pizza using only organic ingredients including a three day fermented sourdough pizza dough along with farm fresh and locally grown ingredients. In addition, our wood-fired oven recreates a way of baking that is historically relevant and sustainable, and most importantly recreates how pizza used to made, thus elevating our pizzas to be worthy of goddesses!!!" 


 

Happy Claws N Paws (new for 2017) We love our pets and see them as being part of the family! Therefore we love to spoil them with homemade dog & cat treats that are all natural with no preservatives. We also handmake unique items such as, pet mats, beds, jackets, bandanas, toys, accessories, & much more!




Honey Pot Maple Farm (new for 2017)   Honey Pot Farm located in Wilmington, MA and Plaistow, NH is a small family owned and run farm. We produce Honey, Maple Syrup and fresh Eggs all at our locations. The properties are home to hundreds of Maple trees living in pristine untouched conditions free from industry and harmful chemicals and fertilizers. 


Jennifer's Handmade Soap "Jennifer's Handmade Soap offers a wide variety of soaps, from beautifully colored and patterned bar soaps to whimsical shapes such as ice cream sundaes, popsicles, cupcakes and more. Jennifer is dedicated to creating gentle, moisturizing and luxurious soap. She uses a wide variety of oils and butters as well as ingredients such as goat’s milk, clays, and essential oils to add extra “pampering” to each bar of soap." 



KRM Chocolates (new for 2017)  "Handmade in New Hampshire using the finest ingredients, our luscious gourmet specialty chocolates — now available online — are created in small batches and delivered fresh. Try our unique Fruit & Wine Chocolates for a taste sensation that you won't find anywhere else — or choose enduring favorites such as our mouth-watering Chocolate Bark assortments and decadent Hand-Dipped Sandwich Cookies."


Lila Rav Naturals (new for 2017) "Hi there! My name is Tara and I enjoy creating simple but effective natural body products.  I do not use artificial dyes or fragrances.  I only use recycled or recyclable materials to contain my products.  I offer many types of skin care;scrubs, soaks, toothpastes, lip care, etc.  There are gift baskets available as well as favors for any shower or party. Please do not hesitate to ask for custom orders"



Lowell Lettuce (new for 2017)   "An urban hydroponic farmed based in Lowell, MA. Our specialty is greens—mini- and full-head lettuces, arugula, kale, spinach, etc—and we're proud to grow them with less water, no harmful pest- or herbicides, and no contaminants. We treat our farm as something between a clean room and a commercial kitchen; but while our farm is clean, the flavor of our produce is anything but sterile. We're sure you'll agree that our greens have perfect flavor, texture, color, and are just as nutritious."



Nashoba Learning Group   Nashoba Learning Group’s mission is to enable children and adults with autism to function with the greatest possible productivity and independence in the community, home, and workplace throughout their lives.  "Treats for Autism" dog treats are created and packaged by students in NLG's Vocational Program, and by members in NLG's Adult Services Program.



New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (new for 2017)  Lowell based -working with new farmers to build strong businesses, expertise in the field, and a resilient food system



Parlee's Farm in Chelmsford bring along their fresh grown seasonal fruit and vegetables that have been picked the same day.





Pet Wants of Littleton (new for 2017) "I’m Annemarie Gaebel, the owner of Pet Wants Littleton. I started this business so I could play a part in helping animals live a healthier and happier life. This means educating their owners about the importance of a food high in nutritional value. Pet Wants food is made using the freshest salmon, chicken, lamb, and brown rice available, never filler, dyes, or by-products. It’s made in small batches and always delivered fresh. With Pet Wants, you’ll be giving your pet the best food available, and I’ll deliver it right to your door. "




Power of Flowers Project  We are a group of volunteers dedicated to enriching the lives of others by harnessing the proven power of flowers to lift spirits and promote healing. Our recipients are people who are lonely, isolated, ill, or simply going through a rough patch.




Shoe City Mama  At Shoe City Mama we specialize in making your life easy to live green and eco-friendly! We offer many handmade items, including diaper covers/soakers, shorties, longies, lounge pants, children's dresses, wipes, unpaper towels, wet bags and hats in a variety of prints, sizes, and styles, including custom orders in just about any size. For diaper covers, we also offer a unique option called 'extended rise' to work especially with bulkier fitted diapers!



Two Stylish Sisters "Here you'll find our fun-loving take on jewelry, apparel, accessories& home decor. If you are looking to make a statement, you've come to the right place"



Tupperware - Linda Bruen  "If you haven’t checked us out in a while, you’re in for a surprise. We’ve gone way beyond bowls (though we still make them—they’re awesome) to create food processors, kitchen gadgets, microwave cookers and so much more."




Century 21 - G J Brown (new for 2017)




​Bad Rabbit Farm (new for 2017) 






Color Me Happy by Melissa
City Compost
Eva's Farm Organic Butchers Shop

If it's Thursday, it's on the Common!

2017 dates - June 15 to September 28 - 2.00pm to 6.30pm

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