November 22nd, 2015

Turkey–improvedWe’re looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday. The store is well stocked. Here are some important times to keep in mind as you plan your week.

Wednesday: open all day, regular hours — 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Thursday: closed for the holiday

Friday: also closed while everyone enjoys leftovers

Saturday: open, regular hours — 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Best holiday wishes from all of us to all of you — the Market


November 17th, 2015

This Friday, November 20, is the third Friday of the month … and that means Member Appreciation Day! We put out tasty little samples for you to nibble on and Market members get a discount on all of their purchases. We look forward to seeing you!



November 11th, 2015

VT MomentsFor 43 years, M. Dickey Drysdale was the editor of “The Herald of Randolph.” He has just published, Vermont Moments: A Celebration of Place, People, and Everyday Miracles, a collection of thoughtful editorials and poems written over the years. If you’ve ever wondered what it means to live in a small town, or want to be reminded of its beauty, you may want to pick up a copy of this book.

Remembered in this book are by-gone people (including beloved fiddler Harold Luce), landmarks (the former wind harp on Chelsea Hill), and events (the Christmas party at the Freight House, the 150th anniversary of the East Barnard Church). Drysdale also extends his focus to national events, as in VT/VT, a reflection on the shootings at Virginia Tech.

We have copies on display near the cookbooks at the front of the store.


November 4th, 2015

We have a great new exhibit of member and staff art on display in the cafe area. This is our 6th annual event of this type. Know that it takes place every November. If you wish you had something on the wall, make mental note; it will happen again next year! And if mental note’s not enough, watch for postings in the store, on Facebook, and on the web.ART 2015


October 21st, 2015
2012 Member Art

2013 Member & Staff Exhibit

November is the month for our annual Member & Staff art show. If you are a member and have something that you’d like to contribute to this group show, consider submitting.  

Drop off date: Friday, October 30. Exhibit dates: November 1–28.

  • Content should be family–friendly and suitable for our community setting.
  • Work can be in any media that can hang safely from the wall.
  • One to two pieces, up to 24″ x 36″ in size. Work needs to be ready to hang.
  • Pieces are not insured. Owner accepts liability for any possible damage that might occur.
  • Work can be for sale (include price and your contact information), or not, as you like.

Creativity of all kinds abounds in our community. The Market’s cafe art space exhibits the work of local artists, schools, and community groups throughout the year. If you’d like to schedule time on our calendar, or have other questions, contact Elizabeth at the Market: or 763–2400.


October 13th, 2015

Here comes the 3rd Friday of the month! That means it is Member Appreciation Day on October 16!

We have tasty little food samples out for everyone and Market members get a discount.

Did you know that the Market purposely has two levels of membership to give you a choice and make it affordable to more community members? Pay the one–time fee of $50 (blue level membership) and you can receive a 5% discount twice* each month. Put down $200 (gold level) and receive 15% discount twice each month. Additionally, as a member, you can vote in Board of Director elections — and even run for a seat on the Board yourself!

  • Twice/month discounts: MAD (Member Appreciation Day) always on the 3rd Friday of the month, and Wild Card, always on the day of the month that you choose. You need to have your membership card (a punch card) with you for the Wild Card discount.


October 6th, 2015

StephanieOne of the pleasures of shopping at the Market is seeing a familiar face. Stephanie Loeffler, art teacher in the Tunbridge School system, is someone who many people know. We’re delighted to have her part–time in the Bulk and Produce departments at the Market.


September 28th, 2015

Whether it is homebrew, hard cider, sauerkraut, or kimchi, we have supplies to help with your fermentation projects:

  • containers: glass carboys and food–grade plastic buckets
  • supplies: including stoppers and air locks
  • yeasts in a variety of cultures.

A further way to celebrate the fall harvest, local food, and the pleasure of homemade.


September 11th, 2015

Mid–September is a busy time around here. We’re looking forward to

  • Tunbridge World’s Fair, Thursday, Sept. 17 through Sunday the 20th
  • Member Appreciation Day on Friday, Sept. 18th
  • more fall harvest — mid–season apples, cider, more squashes, beets, last tomatoes before the frost …. enjoy it all!


September 9th, 2015

Tired of throwing away plastic bags? We have a great selection of ones that you can use again and again. Whether it’s wrapping up your sandwich or toting home a sack full of groceries, we have you covered!Bags–2–s Bags–s

  • Menu for Wednesday, Nov. 25


    • Breakfast Sandwiches
    • Yogurt Parfait
    • Baked Goods Including Gluten Free Options


    • Roasted Red Pepper and Gouda
    • Clam Chowder

    Hot Meal

    • Chicken Broccoli Alfredo


    • Turkey w/ Pesto Mayo
    • Ham and Gouda
    • Caesar Salad Wrap
    • Hummus and Feta Wrap
    • Turkey and Swiss

    In the Cooler: Salads

    • Crab Salad
    • Mediterranean Chickpea Salad

    In the Cooler: Meals to Go

    • Teriyaki Chicken Wings
    • Baked Beans
    • St. Louis Ribs
    • Curried Sweet Potato Hash

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  • Special Hours

    The Market is closed on the following days:

    New Year’s Day
    Easter Sunday
    Memorial Day
    July 4th
    Labor Day
    Thanksgiving Day + next day Friday
    Christmas Day + next day Dec. 26

    The Market closes at 1pm on the following days:

    Christmas Eve
    New Year’s Eve