By Lisa Carolin
There are still three outdoor Saturday farmers markets in Chelsea this season including this Saturday.
The market runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is located at Palmer Commons.
There is no shortage of fresh produce and baked goods at the markets in October.
You’ll find squash and zucchini, peppers and potatoes, beans, and fresh herbs along with apples, pears, and plums as well as apple cider.
There are many choices for those in the market for fresh baked goods at the Saturday market. Look for a variety of cookies, cinnamon buns, apple fritters, along with such French baked goods as baguettes, madeleines, and gateau breton.
Vendors will also be selling jewelry, pottery, candles, body balms and herbals.
The market will run through the end of October.
Saturday market vendors this season include Brieland Shoultz Farm, Bordine Farms, Goetz Family Farm, Heim Gardens, Jacob’s Fresh Farm Shares, Kapnick Orchards, Lake Divide Farm, Merkel Gardens and Greenhouses, Tantré Farm, Two Tracks Acres, La Baguette, Lakehouse Bakery, Stone Hearth Bakery, Sweet & Salty (cookies), Raterman (sourdough bread), Fluffy Bottom Creamery, Para Para Creamery, H&H Sugarbush, LLC, Shoreline Wild Salmon, Affeathermations, Awakened Provisions, Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown, Debbie’s Beads, Lavender and Honey Herbal Apothecary, Country Hills Pottery, Elderwoods, Hoppy Soap, Holdwick, Santa Rosa Watercolors, Smellz so Good (candles), and Thistle Blossom Herbal.
For more information, go to http://chelseafarmersmkt.org. vacuum