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Farm and Artisan Market planned for February 11 in Alfred NY

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Inagural “mid-winter market” to feature locally produced food and art

From the Alfred Farmers Market,

The Alfred Farmers Market is holding its first ever mid-winter market on Sunday, February 11, from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM, in the Union University Church Center, 29 N. Main Street in Alfred, NY. Fourteen area farmers and artisans will set up for this event, selling everything from grassfed beef and pastured pork, to goat’s milk soaps and lotions, to soy candles and hand-crafted jewelry. Customers looking for that special gift for their valentine will have a wide selection to choose from, all locally produced by people from western New York.

This is the third postseason market organized by the Alfred Farmers Market. According to Kim Hannigan, manager of the market, “The Union University Church has welcomed the market as a community organization and allowed us to use their space. The vendors are really excited to be able to maintain contact with their loyal customers during the winter months. And our customers can access more locally produced goods all year round. It’s a win-win-win situation all around!”

The following vendors will be setting up at the February event:

Bakery at Dwarf Hollow, Savona, NY – Wide variety of baked items, including gluten-free.

Bespoke Apothecary, Elmira, NY – Custom herbal products

Creative Octagon, Prattsburgh, NY – jams, jellies, baked goods, repurposed lawn decor

Curio Candles, Wellsville, NY – soy candles, intention jars

Designs by ScaryAnn, Belfast, NY – handwoven chainmaille jewelry and gifts, resin products

EIEIO Farm, Scio, NY – vegetables, poultry, eggs, lamb, wool, baked goods

Homestead on the Hill, Angelica, NY – Goats milk soaps, lotions, skin care products

Kellogg’s Alpacas, Scio, NY – Alpaca products

Living Cultures, Alfred Station, NY – Mushrooms, produce herbs, eggs, ferments, bread, hand-carved wood items

Mascho Homestead Farms, Belmont, NY – Grass-finished beef and pastured pork

Mischief & Magic, Wellsville, NY – Handmade jewelry, clothing, art

Ort Family Farm, Bradford, NY – Jams and jellies, herbal teas, pet products, seasoning mixes

Scandinavirens, Wellsville, NY – Traditional Scandinavian treats, baked goods, craftsWhisper Hill Farms, Wellsville, NY – Honey and honey products, fruit syrups, herbal tinctures

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