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May
2
Wed
Interlocking Dialogues: Paintings by Bill Jersey & Cindy Roesinger
May 2 – Jun 24 all-day

“Interlocking Dialogues” is an exhibition of paintings by award winning and internationally acclaimed artists, Bill Jersey & Cindy Roesinger.  Stop in weekly for a chance to win a Giclee Print of your favorite painting.  For more information on Bill go to:  www.lambertvillearts.com/artists/jersey.  For more information on Cindy go to: www.cindyroesingerfineart.com.




May
20
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
May 20 – Nov 18 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




May
27
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
May 27 – Nov 25 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jun
3
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jun 3 – Dec 2 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jun
10
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jun 10 – Dec 9 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jun
17
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jun 17 – Dec 16 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jun
24
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jun 24 – Dec 23 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jun
29
Fri
Open Mic Night
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Jul
1
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 1 – Dec 30 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jul
8
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 8 2018 – Jan 6 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jul
15
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 15 2018 – Jan 13 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jul
22
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 22 2018 – Jan 20 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Jul
27
Fri
Open Mic Night
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Jul
29
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 29 2018 – Jan 27 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Aug
4
Sat
Corn, Tomato and Beer Festival
Aug 4 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Mark your calendars – the Corn, Tomato and Beer Festival is back, and moving to Stangl Road.  Great food, live music, fun and games for the whole family…  and of course, New Jersey’s finest corn and tomatos!

The Flemington Community Partnership is inviting vendors, artisans, restaurants and local growers to participate in FCP’s Corn, Tomato & Beer Festival being held on Saturday, August 4th (rain date August 5th). The festival gates will open at noon with food vendors, beer garden, live music, an extensive kids’ zone, food contests, craft demonstrations and more. This event will showcase Flemington as the corn and tomato capital of the world.

 

 




Aug
5
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Aug 5 2018 – Feb 3 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Aug
12
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Aug 12 2018 – Feb 10 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Aug
19
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Aug 19 2018 – Feb 17 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Aug
26
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Aug 26 2018 – Feb 24 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Aug
31
Fri
Open Mic Night
Aug 31 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Sep
1
Sat
Flemington NJ Main Street Car Show
Sep 1 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Saturday, September 1, 2018 Featured Cars: Military, First Responder and Trucks
Flemington NJ Main Street Car Show, Flemington NJ. 5:30-8:30 pm. FREE. Registration starts at 5pm at 75 Main Street at the Historic Courthouse. All Makes, Models – Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles welcome. Live Bands, free children’s activities including face painting, bounce house and balloon sculpturing. DJ Chuck Leonard spins tunes at the DJ station. Trophies for car participants. Door Prizes and outdoor dining available to car owners and spectators. Like us on our Flemington Car Shows Facebook page. For more info, check out our website at www.flemingtoncarshows.com.

Thank you to our Main Car Show Sponsor Fred Beans Toyota-Kia of Flemington and our Co-Sponsor for this show Hunterdon Healthcare.




Sep
2
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sep 2 2018 – Mar 3 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Sep
9
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sep 9 2018 – Mar 10 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Sep
16
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sep 16 2018 – Mar 17 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Sep
23
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sep 23 2018 – Mar 24 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Sep
28
Fri
Open Mic Night
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Sep
30
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sep 30 2018 – Mar 31 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Oct
7
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Oct 7 2018 – Apr 7 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Oct
14
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Oct 14 2018 – Apr 14 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Oct
21
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Oct 21 2018 – Apr 21 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Oct
26
Fri
Open Mic Night
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Oct
28
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Oct 28 2018 – Apr 28 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Nov
4
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Nov 4 2018 – May 5 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Nov
11
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Nov 11 2018 – May 13 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Nov
18
Sun
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Nov 18 2018 – May 20 2019 all-day

You’ll find organic vegetables, all-natural chicken and pork, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

This year, the Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly fun activity for children. On every second Sunday of the month, it’ll have a variety of programs celebrating families, local history, nature and the environment, local artists and artisans, and food and health.  There’s also live music every week, yoga for nine Sundays starting May 20. Check the HLT website for yoga schedule.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it has blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

By operating a producers’-only Farmers’ Market, we ensure that farmers and vendors sell items which they have themselves grown, raised or produced. This is important to guaranteeing authenticity, quality, and freshness, and to knowing the farmer who grows or raises your food.




Nov
30
Fri
Open Mic Night
Nov 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]




Dec
28
Fri
Open Mic Night
Dec 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Enjoy a night of free live music, comedy, and spoken word by local performers! Lounge in our cozy space with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea while being entertained by talented locals!

Interested in performing??

To register please e-mail [email protected]