November craziness

Last Shutesbury Market of the season

So, here’s the deal. We are OPEN this Saturday, 12-4, and every Wed 4-6,
but it appears we need a few more Saturdays off. We have some family commitments on the 13th, and the Hartsbrook Holiday Fair on the 20th, but it appears we’re around on the 27th. ๐Ÿ™‚ย  Wednesdays don’t seem to be a problem, and most Wednesdays you can come before 4 if you need to, as I am here working anyway with Jacqueline. This may be too much information. I hope to get back to a regular schedule sometime, but I think Winter will be a little tricky. The Wednesday (day) before Thanksgiving we’ll probably extend our hours, I’ll give more info about that later.

We still have onions, potatoes, leeks, some kale, and garlic, as well as olive oil and goat cheese (gouda)… hopefully soon they will have the mini 1 lb wheels again that everyone loved so much. And there’s also the bodycare and tea blends, salve-making kits (make great holiday gifts), first-aid kits and cold & flu kits. Also I have 2-oz bags of dried elderberries, including a recipe, for making your own Elderberry Syrup – it’s not too late!

If you like Holiday Fairs, the Hartsbrook School Holiday Fair in Hadley is really great. Very warm & cozy, nurturing, good clean fun. Lots of crafts, artwork, wool hats, yarn, good food, great gifts for purchase from a HUGE variety of vendors… I really love it.ย  You wont find any plastic toys, though… mostly handmade stuff. Did I mention the bake sale? Butternut squash soup, veggie or beef Chili? Hope to see you there!

Squash harvest curing on the porch