Hello Friends of the Historic Lewes Farmers Market!
Saturday, October 7,
 9 am - 12 pm
Shields Elementary School Parking Lot
(Savannah Road & Sussex Drive)
Fall Location and New Hours
Don't forget to come an hour later (9 am start) to the Fall Market which moves to Shields this Saturday so that we can seed and restore the area we were in at George H.P. Smith Park. 

Also, some vendors do not have the produce for the Fall Market, but most of your favorite vendors will still be with us through the last market day of the season--November 18.  See the Fall vendor list below.
Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Purple Peppers
Photo by Brook Hedge

Let Us Help You Carry Your Groceries to Your Car

Stop by the HLFM Info Tent to pick up our 2017 hot tomato red bag ... and it's just $3

FRESH at HLFM's Saturday Farmers Market
  • Anchor Nursery: Kale + winter squash + garlic + carrots + broccoli + tomatoes + leeks + sweet potatoes + herbs +  hot peppers + gourds + cut flowers including lilies
  • Backyard Jams & Jellies: Ninety flavors of jams, jellies, including beach plum and crabapple jelly + autumn chutney + pumpkin and apple butter and mustards  

  • Baywater Farm: Shishito peppers + Kabocha, acorn, Red Kuri & spaghetti squashes + romaine, bib & spring mix lettuces + arugula + Mizuna + beans. Hydro-soil and soil-grown veggies.
  • Chapels Country Creamery: Hand-made artisanal cheeses!
  • Chinky Salt Oyster Co.: Oysters + clams
  • Colchester Farm: Mesclun + lettuce mix + arugula + broccoli rabe + fresh ginger + garlic + French breakfast radishes + Bok Choi + Monastrell dried onions + red and green cabbage + green and purple peppers + hot peppers + spaghetti, Delicata & acorn squash + potatoes--no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers
  • Davidson's Exotic Mushrooms: Mushrooms galore!
  • Earth Harmony Produce: Peppers + cut-flowers + garlic, greens, and dried peppers. Pesticide, herbicide, & chemical-free growing practices
  • Elysium Farm: pasture-raised, organically-fed pork, grown on a sustainable family farm. Pork chops, sausage, ham steaks, butt roast, bacon, scrapple, and more
  • Ficner Farm:  Lima beans + corn + kale + broccoli + cauliflower + green beans + cucumber + tomato + red peppers + eggplant + flower bouquets
  • Fifer Orchards: Apples + broccoli + corn + apple cider + apple butter + apple cider donuts
  • Fresh Harvest Hydroponics: Tender head lettuces + arugula + wheatgrass + basil + cilantro + cat grasses and a variety of microgreens.
  • Good News Natural Foods: Salads, soups, wraps -your favorite healthy foods to go including quiches, breakfast wraps, vegetarian lasagna, vegetarian bowls, two types chicken salad, carrot cake, black bean brownies and much more!
  • Hattie's Garden: Carrots + fresh ginger + fresh pole beans + Hakurei turnips + Pac Choi + Mizuna+ Komatsuna Asian greens + arugula + mesclun + loose leaf lettuce + cut-flowers featuring lisianthus and other flowers
  • Honey Bee Lake Apiary: fresh, local raw honey, bee pollen and beeswax candles and soaps
  • Kalmar Farm: Sweet & red potatoes + corn + eggplant + green beans + tomatoes + green peppers + shelled lima beans
  • Lavender Fields: Lavender and herbs de Provence. Fragrant farm-made body care products from lavender grown on the farm and potted lavender plants
  • Masterpiece Flowers: Unique and heirloom cut-flowers grown sustainably. Potted succulents, potted herbs, mixed flower bouquets, peonies
  • Nice Farms Creamery: Cream-line milk, butter, freshly- made yogurt from pastured dairy cows
  • Old World Breads: Breads, cookies, pies, crackers and quiches-all hand crafted in Lewes, DE!
  • Point Coffee House & Bakery: Enjoy your market shopping with a cup of freshly-brewed or iced coffee or iced tea at market.
  • Springfield Farms: All cuts of lamb, sheepskins, ostrich feathers and yarns!
  • Totem Farms: Leeks + red okra + acorn and regular eggplants + lettuce mix + romaine lettuce + Pac Choi + scallions + micro greens + hot and sweet peppers
  • Twin Post Farm: Chicken and duck eggs every week!
For full list of all our farmers and producers visit 
SNAP and WIC at the Market

The Market offers the SNAP (EBT Food Stamps) program at the Market. To help lower economic barriers to local, healthy food, the HLFM matches up to $20 each participant each week with HLFM Bonus Bucks. SNAP participants are encouraged to come to the SNAP tent at the Market to pick up the bonus $20.  

In addition to SNAP, the Historic Lewes Farmers Market welcomes participants in Delaware's Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program. WIC coupons can be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the Market through October 28, 2017.
Market calendar magnets, aprons and re-usable shopping bags  
Available at the Market Information Table.  You can also sign up to receive our enews and indicate your interest  in volunteering!
What's so special about the Historic Lewes Farmers Market!
Apples + apple cider + apple doughnuts.
For your Calendar!

The History Book Festival this Weekend!
On October 6-7 the History Book Festival will be in Lewes. There are 20+ presentations and interviews with best-selling fiction and non-fiction history book authors + all day book sales and author book signings. Go to   www.HistoryBookFestival.org for tickets and information.

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society shows Tidewater October 17, 7 pm
Concerned about coastal flooding? Well, you're not alone. On October 17 at 7 pm the Rehoboth Beach Film Society is showing a very important film about sunny day flooding (high tide-no storm flooding) in Hampton Roads. This flooding is threatening ordinary citizens, the U.S. Navy, and local businesses. It shows how an innovative whole-of-government problem-solving model is being attempted by local and military leaders to deal with this challenge. Judy Rolfe, the assistant  producer and filmmaker and Lewes local, will introduce the film. Not to be missed!
Location: Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2 Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes (behind Wawa). Admission: $6. Purchase tickets by going to www.rehobothfilm.com or call 302-645-9095 (ext. 1)

Our Market E-News
Our weekly market e-news will let you know more information about our farmers and producers this season, tell you what new foods are coming to market and share seasonal recipes. Thanks for shopping at HLFM!
Do you love to shop at the Historic Lewes Farmers Market?  
Would  you like to volunteer?
Do you love to shop at the Historic Lewes Farmers Market?  If so, perhaps you would consider joining our volunteer corps as the market could use your help. We treasure our volunteers at HLFM as the market is run almost entirely by volunteers.  We could not operate without them. You decide when and how often you wish to volunteer.   

For more information please contact historiclewesfarmersmarket@comcast.net and use the subject line: Volunteer.   We look forward to hearing from you, if you can share some of your precious time volunteering at the market.

Sign Up for our Weekly E-news!
Our weekly market e-news will let you know more information about our farmers and producers this season, tell you what new foods are coming to market and allow us to share seasonal recipes. Thanks for shopping at HLFM!

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P.O. Box 185, Nassau, DE 19969
For more information, go to  www.historiclewesfarmersmarket.org .  Send your comments and questions to us at   historiclewesfarmersmarket@comcast.net. Or call us at 302-644-1436.

Thank you,
The H istoric Lewes Farmers Market Team