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Williamsburg VA Farmers Market 2012

Williamsburg Farmers MarketSaturday, March 11, 2012
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Williamsburg Farmers Market Opens for Winter Markets in Merchants Square

The Williamsburg Farmers Market opens for 2012 this Saturday, Feb. 11, with an array of Valentine’s Day-related items for sale.

You can pick up French pastries from Normandie Cuisine, chocolate creamed honey from Bees ‘N Blossoms, chocolate Kahlua chess pie from Simply Southern Pies, heart-shaped twig wreaths from Lonesome Gourd, and a variety of baked goods from Betsy’s Baked Goods and the Virginia Chef Association’s apprentices.

Markets will continue on the following  Saturdays in 2012

March 10

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


and March 31- October 27

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.


Other vendors this week will include :

 

Afton Mountain Farm Orchard • with Mushrooms, Fruit, Mums, Herbs, Vegetables

Aromas Coffeehouse, Bakeshop & Restaurant
Beverages and Baked Goods

Bacon’s Castle Supply Virginia’s Finest Peanuts and Peanut Candies

Barry’s Berries & Jan’s JamsBerries in Season, Jams Year-round Virginia’s Finest

Bees ‘n BlossomsVirginia’s Finest Pure Virginia Raw Honey Products

Belmont Peanuts Virginia’s Finest Promoting the Virginia Peanut

Betsy’s Baked Goods
Cookies and Breads

Buster’s Seafood From the Rappahannock River

Cavanna Pasta Virginia’s Finest Authentic Italian Specialties

Chocolate Cravings Virginia’s Finest Fine Quality Handmade Chocolates

Dessert ClassicsVirginia’s Finest Homemade Cakes and Cupcakes

Pete’s Knife Sharpening / Edge of Knife• Knife Sharpener

Evergreen Springs Farm • Turkey, Eggs

Everona Dairy Virginia’s Finest • Artisan Sheep’s Milk Cheese

Georgiatown Farm • Poultry, Lamb, Pork & Eggs

Gifts of Nature • Specialty Plants, Bulbs and Decorations

Goats R Us • Virginia’s Finest • Fresh Cheeses

Lonesome GourdDecorative Gourds, Wreaths, Seasonal Fruits & Cut Branches

Lucille’s Bakery Breads

Normandie Catering French Baked Goods

Pampatike Hill Farm Virginia’s Finest Grass-fed & Grass-finished Beef

Plantation Nursery Azaleas


Rockahock Farm Fruit marmalades, butters and desserts

Shiloh Acres FarmPoultry

Simply Southern PiesAward Winning, Made from Scratch Pies

Sugar Hill Botanicals
Virginia’s Finest• Dried Flowers, Soaps

VA Chefs Association ApprenticesChef Apprentices from Kingsmill Resort and

                                                                     Williamsburg Inn

Breads – Cinnamon raisin walnut, Pane Siciliano (semolina bread), English muffins, Pretzel rolls,

Muffins – Orange cranberry , Sweet potato .

Cookies – Almond tea, 5 spice ginger,  Heart shaped Linzer cookies w/ raspberry filling

Other – Red velvet cake pops

VA Natural Fish Co Farm Raised Fish and Prawns Lynn Blackwood,Lunenburg (catfish, trout); John Hofmeyer;Charles City (trout); Danny Shoosmith, Chesterfield (prawns, trout),


VA Specialty Cut FlowersCut Flowers
Evelyn & Steven Scott, Middlesex County,
Email, (804) 832-4130

Wild Heaven Farm Handmade Goat Milk Soaps


This winter market also sells fish, pork, beef, poultry, eggs, breads, mushrooms, soaps and cheeses from the 30 farmers, watermen and bakers that will be on hand.

Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Williamsburg Farmers Market. Merchants Square, 402 W. Duke of Gloucester St., Williamsburg. 259-3768. www.williamsburgfarmersmarket.com .

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