Winter Farmers Markets

Princeton Farmers Market has just closed its summer session and It’s  already time for winter and holiday farmers markets!

Holiday market season is starting tomorrow, November 17th at West Windsor Farmers Market which  offers a special Pre-Thanksgiving Market with a  great roster of vendors: Beech Tree Farm, Cherry Grove Farm, Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms, ER & Sons Organic Farm, Funni Bonz, Good Times Kettle Corn, Griggstown Quail Farm, Happy Wanderer Bakery, Hopewell Valley Vineyards, Jammin’ Crepes, Jersey Jams and Jellies, Krowicki Farm, North Slope Organic Farm, Stace of Cakes, Stults Farm, The Artisan Tree, Woods Edge Wools Farm, Village Bakery, coffee and hot cocoa by Tico’s Eatery and Guest Farm: Fulper Farm.

FIFTH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING AT WOODSEDGE FARM The 5th Annual Thanksgiving at the Farm Indoor Holiday Farmer’s Market will take place on Friday, Nov. 23, Saturday, Nov. 24 and Sunday, Nov. 25 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm each day at WoodsEdge Wools Farm, 78 Bowne Station Road, Stockton, NJ.
This free three-day event will delight you with area farmer’s bountiful Slow Food and Slow Fiber harvests, as well as artisan food products. Offerings will include Jersey’s Best beef and grass fed Yak meats, produce, fruit, cheese, eggs, baked goods, honey, jam, jellies and wine. There will also be a large selection of soft and warm alpaca products.
Throughout the day there will be free hayrides along the expansive farm, where you can feed the friendly farm animals. While shopping indoors, enjoy live music sponsored by our corporate sponsors.
For more information, call (609) 397-2212 or email

Princeton Farmers Market is holding a special Holiday market on December 13th,  11am – 5pm, at the Community Room, inside the Princeton Public Library.

 The Central New Jersey Slow Food winter farmers market season kicks off in December with the first market on December 15th at Cherry Grove Farm in Lawrenceville. Cherry Grove Farm will open its event barn from 11am-3pm to market-goers, offering an array of locally grown and produced foods including cheeses, breads, baked goods, fresh produce, jam, wine, mushrooms and much more.

Entrance and parking are free.

Visit after December 1st for a full list of vendors.

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