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Festival Vendors

2019 WGBY Asparagus Festival in Hadley, MA

Who Will Be at the Market?

*SAVE THE DATE*
Saturday, June 1, 2019
Hadley Town Common
Rte. 9 (Russell Street), Hadley MA
 

Each year, the WGBY Asparagus Festival celebrates all things local and agriculture with a Farmers and Makers Market. The marketplace features many farmers, vendors, and community partners from across Western Massachusetts. Many of those who attended the 2018 festival are listed below.

WGBY Asparagus Festival Falrmers and Makers Market

Farmers & Value-Added Food Producers

Auntie Elsie's Oatmeal Crisps
Barstow's Longview Farm
Beerology
Bittersweet Herb Farm
Boisvert  Farms
Cabot Cheese
Crooked Stick Pops
Deans Beans
Dr. Bessette Naturals
Ellie's Oils LLC
Esselon Café
Flayvours of Cook Farm
HoneyMoon Hill Bees
Hood Milk
In Season Resorts
Jay's Wicked Gourmet Sauce
Jeff's Granola
Kitchen Garden Farm
North Hadley Sugar Shack
Nourse Farms
Plainville Farm
Royal Towne Fudge
Round The Corner Brownie Company
Smiarowski Farmstand
Smith Vocational & Agricultural High School
Spoleto Group
Squirrel Stash Nuts
Sun Run
Usborne Books & More
Valley Malt
Valley View Acres
Vibesman's Jerk Shack
Vista Home Improvement
Warner Farm     
Whole Foods Market, Hadley
Yankee Home Improvement

Makers & Artisans & Local Businesses

Alternative Recycling Systems
Amber Forest
Ambrosias Emporium
Amherst Farmers Supply and the Fire Place
Behrens Boards
Barefoot Books
Birdz of a Feather
Blue Farmhouse Linen
Bowtie Bonanza
Chainsaw Carvings by Brett
Dave’s Pet Food City
The Dennis Group
Dr. Bessette Naturals
Dragon Fly Designs
Eversource Western Mass.
FB Products
Get A Grip
Goldstein Designs
Greenfield Savings Bank
Green Mountain Tents
Green World Vision
Haydenville Woodworking & Design, Inc.
Harmony Springs
J-Mo Design   
Joe Oliverio Photography
Karen's Crowns and Pillows  
Lowe's Hadley
Marchand Woodworks
Marvellously Mojo
McFarland's Handwork
One Way Screen Design
The Outlet at Pine Cone Hill
Peterman's Boards & Bowls
Pine Tree Creations
Progessive Asset Management Group
Publicity & Graphic Services
PV Squared
Readings By Mrs. Miller
Rescom Replacement Windows & Doors
The Rustic Drake
Serenity Bamboo Flutes
Snap Chef
Sparkle Designs
Spoon River Jewelry
Tidal Gems
Tree Creations
Two Dogs Baskets      
Unique Sands 
unWINEd Bottles
Usborne Books & More
Vermont Birdhouses
Whistling Sparrow Designs
Wild Child Tie-Dyes
Yankee Magazine

Community & Cultural Partners

Amherst Boys & Girls Club
Amherst College Child Learning and Development Lab
Amherst Dog Wash
John Boisvert
Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment: UMass Amherst
Center for Eco Technology
Central Rock Gym Hadley
Children's Ballet & Movement Co.
CISA-Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture
Friends of Goodwin Memorial Library
Friends of Lake Warner
Friends of the Mount Holyoke Range
Hadley Council on Aging
Hadley Department of Parks and Recreation
Hadley Fire Department
The Heartsbrook School
Hilltown Sled Dogs
The Hub Studio 
Kestrel Land Trust
Level Studio Arts
Local Titleholders in the Miss America Organization
Kids, Art & Nature
Laboratory of Medical Zoology -- UMASS
Macaroni Kid Amherst/Northampton          
MDAR  
Northeast Organic Farming Association, Mass. Chapter
North Hadley Congregational Church
North Star
PBS Kids Kart Kingdom
Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association -- Jurassic Roadshow
Revisions
Signature Sounds
Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School - Adult Community Education
Springfield Museums
State Street Market
UMass Amherst Dining Services
Usborne Books
USDA: Farm Service Agency

 


Proceeds from the WGBY Asparagus Festival support public television station WGBY and its educational programming throughout western New England. The event is made possible by Greenfield Savings Bank, TommyCar Auto / Country Nissan, Common Media, River Valley Co-Op, SunPower by Earthlight, Nourse Farms, Provisions, USA Waste & Recycling, and Eversource. AM Lithography is a print services donor. Daily Hampshire Gazette and Weekends with Yankee are media sponsors.

Special thanks to the Hadley Historical Commission and the Town of Hadley.