At the market on July 22, Donna Miller of Petals in the Pines will discuss pollinators including the monarch butterfly. You'll learn about the life cycle of the monarch, their [...]
At the market on July 22, Donna Miller of Petals in the Pines will discuss pollinators including the monarch butterfly. You’ll learn about the life cycle of the monarch, their amazing migration, the reason for their decline and what we can do about it. Donna will also explain how monarchs are tagged for research and how to start your own milkweed patch and butterfly habitat.
Don’t pass up the opportunity to purchase one of Donna’s beautiful handmade leaf stone bird baths and silk scarves. Her durable bird baths, planters and lazy Susans are created by casting large leaves in a special cement. Her garden- and nature-themed hand-stamped and hand-dyed silk scarves can be worn around your neck or as an accent to your favorite garden hat. Also available will be her Swedish almond cake — it’s simply delicious!
This weekly market offers organic locally grown produce, fruits, flowers, plants, soaps, honey, homestead bakery goods, herbal teas, delicious frosted cookies & pastries, smoked BBQ, wool products, handcrafted jewelry, local artisans, weekly guests, demonstrations, education and musicians playing on the town gazebo!
The small friendly ambience makes a visit to this market a perfect way to start your weekend.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
New Boston Town Common
Corner Rte 13/ Meetinghouse Hill Road, New Boston, NH
New Boston Farmers' Market