Oak Park Committee offers Greenfield Farmers and Crafter Market

Published: 05-19-2023 4:00 PM

The Oak Park Committee will host the Greenfield Farmers and Crafters Market starting Sunday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The market takes place at Oak Park, 971 Forest Road, May 21 and 28, June 4, 18 and 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, Aug. 27 and Sept. 3.

The market is set in 17-acre Oak Park. The market is free to attend and can include 40 different farmer and craft vendors. The market is held rain or shine. Oak Park is a carry-in and carry-out facility.  Parking is free. Food and drinks are offered at the pavilion and restrooms are available.

Live musical entertainment is featured each week. Product includes fresh produce, flowers, plants, herbs, seasonings, baked sweets, maple syrup, fudge, candy, wine, beer, meat, dairy, fish, poultry, eggs, clothing, tie-dyed items, crafts, blankets, household goods, paintings, custom graphics, pet treats, jewelry, self-care and beauty products, stones, wool, yarn, goat milk and breads.

Before the market, residents can participate in Outdoor Yoga in the Park at 9 a.m. Yoga instructor Victoria Yerkes hosts the event. Beginner to experienced yogi are encouraged to attend. Participants should bring their own mat and water. Suggested donation is $10. Cash, Venmo and Paypal are accepted. A portion of the donations goes towards the Oak Park Committee and its revitalization efforts. For information, visit @sageandsand_nh on Instagram.

Pickup Frisbee games start at noon. 

The Oak Park Committee is dedicated to the revitalization and improvement of Oak Park. To donate or volunteer, send email to Dave Thimmel, chair of the Oak Park Committee, at woodshopronin@gmail.com All mail inquiries can be sent to Oak Park Committee, P.O. Box 256 Greenfield, NH 03047

For information, visit @oakparknh on Facebook and Instagram, the Greenfield town website at greenfield-nh.gov/oak-park or send email to oakparknh@gmail.com.

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