AUGUST 11, 2018 • 12–8 • Norway, Maine
Local, local, local! Our farmers' work hard to bring the community healthy, sustainable, and safe food. August will mean that harvests for many crops are in full swing with abundance to enjoy. Come and meet your farmer to find out how they grow the food they offer to us year after year. Our food vendors will be using ingredients from local farms and will be cooking up a storm for you. Cross your fingers, though, for sunshine!
Farmers' Market Application
Food Vendor Application
From the Alan Day Community Garden in Norway to Anna Sysko's farm in Newry, our farmers and cooks make it all happen. Come and enjoy! Check out what our local food system looks like on the Maine Food Atlas.
There will be a lot going on at Fare Share Co-op for the Festival. Fare Share is our community's local food system hub and we have a lot to be thankful for having a local food co-op in our area since 1978. Visit them during the Festival!
HOURS: M–W 9 - 6pm • TH–F 9 - 7pm • SAT 9 - 6pm • Closed Sundays
ADDRESS: 443 Main Street, Norway, Maine 04268
PHONE: (207) 743-9044
The Mission of the Alan Day Community Garden is to cooperatively create an educational demonstration garden, where people can grow their own food, using organic, sustainable methods to support an enduring community food system. The Garden is located in Norway welcomes all community members and offers many ways to get involved! We believe that all people should have access to healthy and affordable food, and that a local community food system is vital to thriving and resilient communities.
Alan Day Community Garden
26 Whitman Street
Norway, Maine 04268
DiCocoa's mission is to provide delicious and sustainable foods to the community and to educate the value of healthy wholesome foods. They proudly serve only fair-trade organically grown coffee. And they make all of their treats and pastries from scratch using some of the best ingredients available like organic sugar, King Arthur unbleached flour, Maine Grains whole wheat flour and Cabot butter. Dicocoa's has been a member and convivia for over 20 years, leading the movement locally with weekly Gentle Dining events for many years.
Fiddlestic Farm's Ravioli Moblie offers hand-crafted small batch ravioli and is also a producer of artisan bread baker, a licensed cheese maker in Hanover, Maine. Fiddlestick is a microfarm that uses organic methods, sourdough bread and creates small batch ravioli. Best of show at Common Ground Fair 2016.
82 Top Hat Road
“The question is not whether systems this brittle will break down, but when and how, and whether when they do, we’ll be prepared to treat the whole idea of sustainability as something more than a nice word."