We got to set up our table in a room filled with ancient roman art, earthenware, marble statues and reliefs. We felt not only fortunate to be invited to attend as a vendor to this awesome event, but so fortunate just to have this amazingly incredibly scenery to set up around!
Since we were there selling our wares...i didn't have a ton of time to walk about...but i did manage to take a walk when the market was near it's end and snapped some photos of the other vendors!
Here's us ...well...our table and nick's lower half anyways =).....live and in person. We set up our elevated pet feeders along the front of the table...had some Valentine's day theme magnets, tealight candle holders, and chalkboards set up.....but our most popular items were by far the cutting boards and cutting board waxes.
Our neighbor table was Fresh Certified Organic Produce grown in the greenhouses at Charlie's Red House Farm in Winchendon, MA. They had some organic, free range chicken and duck eggs....I should have acted quicker though because they sold out before the end of the evening! I did manage to snag some nice looking red variety of Kale...my juicer will love the change from the grocery store Kale.
Adjacent to the Farm table was a couple selling all sorts of crochet items...little animal shaped pieces, hats, fingerless gloves, and clothing....pretty nice looking unique items!
I love the setup of their shelving unit! Makes me want to stop and look up and down at everything...instead of quickly skimming and walking by... =)
...I did manage to snag a couple boxes of girl scout cookies (sorry no picture!)...trefoils and thin mints....classic!
Here's a view of the main section of the museum housing the farmer's market---had an awesome guitarist....food vendors, farm vendors, and the Johnny Appleseed Visitors Center table which has a plethora of random goodies!
Jewelry vendor up the stairs on the second floor of the museum.
Nature Photography prints on the second floor.
The Fitchburg Farmer's Market is held the first Thursday of every month (Jan-June) from 4pm-7pm at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 25 Merriam Pkwy Fitchburg, MA 01420
For more information, visit www.fitchburgfarmersmarket.com.