The last Wendell Monthly Market will be Saturday October 5th for the 2019 season. Pull on your warm sweater for brisk fall weather when you go to the north common by the gazebo from 10-1 for a fun time with vendors, musicians and Shell Hines doing bodywork. The Friends of the Wendell Library will have their Table Top Sale and food too!
The Wendell Monthly Market will be held at the gazebo on the Wendell town common this Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will repeat the first Saturday of each month.
Come to buy, come to sell, come to browse, come to make music with neighbors and friends. Vendors will be joined by a bodywork practitioner in the gazebo.
For an idea as to what to expect, there will be organic veggies, cut flowers, starts, eggs, maple syrup, crafts, bric-a-brac, jewelry, locally made herbal remedies, artisan soaps, woodenware, native pollinator/wildflower plants and food, with a Table Top sale to benefit the Friends of the Wendell Library too!
Hi folks ... I am looking for any and all old, retired, or unusable skis for a sculptural fence project in Sunderland. If you have any, or know of a ski shop near you that may have some junkers they want to get rid of, I will happily pick them up or meet you somewhere. I will be even happier if you were somehow able to drop them off by the yellow doors at 195 River Road, Rt 47, in Sunderland, if your travels took you near there. Thanks snow much!
Ben - 413-237-7060 Ph/Txt
2006 Honda Insight First Generation Hybrid For Sale
This vehicle is in very good condition and routinely gets 50+ MPG. Manual transmission with double overdrive. Brand new IMA battery, exhaust system with catalytic converter, brakes, Nokian winter tires x4, summer tires, Factory repair manual. Handles superbly and is much fun to drive. This is a collectors vehicle and is the final year they offered the Gen one Insight. Asking 7,000.00
Ben - 413-237-7060
Hi everyone! Here's what will be available at the farmer's market this week!
Laughing Dog Farm will have beets, greens, kale, chard, garlic, garlic
braids, flower bouquets, gladiolas, and MORE!
Sugarbush Farm has cookbooks and local maple syrup.
New Wendell Farm will have, in addition to share distribution: hakurei
turnips, cabbage, kale, rainbow chard and some fresh kitchen herbs for sale
(rosemary, sage, and thyme).
Joyfarm's amazing organic, pasture-raised free range eggs available at the
Wendell Country Store, because Sarah has to cover the store! Contact her if
you want any fruit-infused maple syrup by tonight so she can bring it to
*Sugarbush* Farm will have 100% maple syrup and maple cookbooks! (Laurel Facey)
*Laughing Dog Farm* will have chard, beet greens, kale, collards, lettuce,
garlic, snow peas, flowers and more, (Danny Botkin)
*Lori Mars will be offering Integrated Bodywork*
Unwind from your busy week with Integrated Bodywork by Lori Mars. I meld
various techniques to relieve muscular skeletal tension and pain, bringing
balance and ease to your body. You may call me today, Fri. to sign up
early, or sign in @ the market tomorrow....or just show up between 10 am
*New Wendell Farm* will have head lettuce, bagged salad lettuce, bunched
greens sugar snap peas and kitchen herbs (sage, thyme, etc). Come meet our newest CSA (Caro Roszell).
2001 Subaru Forester in good shape. AWD
Good all season tires.
Many new parts.
Needs head gasket, about 1,000.$
I need to get 1,000.$ for it, Firm.
Has 219,000.miles. Runs great!
Not a junker. Has plenty of life in her.
email me if you are serious about getting it fixed.
1997 Volvo 960 wagon. $700. Runs, but has several issues. Passed inspection last year. Solid body with almost no rust. HUGE back when the seats are down. Good for a contractor, station car, or first car for new driver. Put a tow hitch on this baby and haul that trailer anywhere! There may be several issues with the car, but they can be overcome. Have an open mind, and come take it away.
I am interested in purchasing a little more cordwood to see us through the chilly spring nights. Our stove requires 18" lengths, and we are interested in about 1/2 cord delivered on North Leverett road.
Sorry, I forgot a contact for the benefit items still to be auctioned off.
Call me, Walt, at 413-548-9070 at the Craft Center or at home, 413-367-9491.
Please remember, bids end Feb. 5th
All proceeds go to Kiran's family.
There are some auction items still to be bid on from the Leverett Crafts & Arts benefit for Kiran.
Here they are:
Raw & Living Food Workshop, series 1 with Amar Fuller. $90.00 value.
Kundalini Yoga Class Series with Amar Fuller. $54.00 value
Creativity Coaching with Dale Schwartz
Yoga Class with Vanessa Serotta. $54.00 value
1- $25.00 gift certificate to The Hempest (clothing, gifts)
1- lamp worked (glass) Ring Holder. $35.00 value
1- beautiful beaded purse
1- Burley (solo) children's bike trailer. ($125.00 value)
3 hours credit on any gardening/landscaping project by Native Landscaping.
All bids will end on Feb. 5.
A $50.00 bid has been received on the gardening offer
I am available for tutoring in all areas of academic support. With humor, gentleness, high expectations and positive feedback I approach learning with a variety of methods and materials. Please call for more information, references and questions.
Elizabeth Scheffey M.Ed. 413-695-0211
Make and Take Craft Fair at Montague Grange, Sunday
Grange Hall, Main Street at the Common, Montague Center
Make gifts, come for lunch, peruse the indoor mini-flea market -- and help raise funds to save the Grange building
Sunday, December 4 from 10 AM - 4 PM
For adults, teens and children
Gifts cost $3 - $10 each to make
Gift making stations will include most or all of the following: rolled beeswax candles and holders -- wreaths -- beaded snowflakes and earrings -- stamped greeting cards -- decoupaged objects -- colored blown glass ornaments -- fleece scarves -- gnomes and fairies -- glass magnets -- shrinky dink ornaments -- gilded acorns -- twig animals -- and more crafts!
Baked potatoes, chili, soup, baked goods and hot drinks for sale
Mini Flea Market - table space for $20
Contact Cindy Tarail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 367-0042 to volunteer, secure a flea market table space, or for more info.