This Week at the Market: October 13th

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about when the market season ends. Fear not, we still have three more Sundays. The last day of our regular season is Sunday, October 27th, then we return after a four-week hiatus for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 24th.


Stack of delicata squash.Fall is here! There continues to be delicata squash, pumpkins, and several other varieties of winter squash in addition to fall favorites such as Brussels sprouts, apple cider, wild mushrooms, and potatoes. If you haven’t stocked up on apples and pears for sauces, butters and jam, this is the week to do it!

Don’t forget to bring any knives or tools to be sharpened by Dragonfly Forge this week! For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Kids’ Activities

Let creativity run wild at the bead booth this Sunday! Kids can create spiral garden ornaments, pipe cleaner creatures, or bracelets for their friends.


From 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., the Leah and Steve Band will cover a wide variety of musical genres including but not limited to R&B, Rock, Pop, and Country by adding in their own interpretation to covers and original music.


The Woodstock Neighborhood Association (WNA) works to create a sense of community and maintain and improve the livability of the Woodstock Neighborhood. Stop by their booth to find out more about getting involved in our neighborhood.


If you haven’t already, please take our short Customer Survey to help guide our market’s future. You can provide us with valuable information about how we are doing and what we can change. We wouldn’t be here without the overwhelming support of our community, so we’re asking you to make your opinions heard!


Save the date for Sunday, October 27th, the last day of our regular season and our eighth annual Halloween Carnival. This event is not to be missed. Bring the whole family for several kids activities, live music, and delicious food.

After a four week hiatus, we will be back for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 24th. You will be able to stock up for Thanksgiving and the winter.

Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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