Planning your own vegetable and herb garden this summer?
Dobbs Produce can get you started with a variety of vegetable and herb plants, including green leaf lettuce, red leaf lettuce, broccoli, spinach, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, peppers, and tomatoes.
Herbs include oregano, sage, and dill.
Vegetable and herb plants are available from now until the Memorial Day weekend, May 25 through 27, 2017. After the Memorial Day weekend, Lee Dobbs will take orders for vegetable and herb plants.
Come in and take a look this weekend!
In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, Dobbs Produce also offers flowers in the spring, from March to June.
In March, Lee Dobbs will have primrose, calla lilies, pussy willows, pansies, and Gerbera daisies.
For Easter, you will find calla lilies in several different colors, such as deep purple, yellow, and pink.
Until June, Lee will have hanging baskets of flowers.
Beginning the first weekend in April, Lee also has vegetable plans – green leaf lettuce, red leaf lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflowers, peppers, and tomatoes. These vegetable plants are available through Memorial Day weekend, at the end of May.
Come in and take a look this weekend!
Jackson Square Vineyard introduces a new wine – Jacked-up-Concord.
A Pennsylvania red wine that takes a year and a half to make, Jacked-up-Concord is 18% alcohol. Bottles are $23 each.
While most samples are free at the Jackson Square Vineyard’s vendor space, Jacked-up-Concord samples are $1 each – however, if you purchase a bottle after a sample, $1 will taken off the price.
Come in and try this new wine soon!
In January 2017, Barb and Michael Daniel returned to the Carlisle Country Market with their unique, one-of-a-kind, hand-made and hand-painted wooden items.
Boxes, baskets, toys and decorative items are just some of their many Wooden You Creations.
Barb and Michael are sharing vendor space with Pansies by Peggy in the front section of the Market.
Find out more about Barb and Michael on their Vendor page.
After many years at the Carlisle Country Market, Mary Russell plans to retire at the end of the year and close her vendor space, Mary Russell Crafts.
Her last day at the Market will be Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016.
Until then, shoppers can take advantage of her “Closing Sale” with these special bargains ~
- Items up to $13.99 – 10% off
- Items $14 and over – 20% off
Mary offers hand-made pillows, including many with sports team logos; quillows, a combination quilt and pillow; door stops; tater bags; paperback book covers, and more.
Mary, we wish you well in your retirement!
Meet Mike and Erica Leibfried, who bring their amazing balloon displays to the Carlisle Country Market.
Need balloons for that special event – a baby shower, birthday party, wedding, and more? Let Mike and Erica help you make that special event extra-special.
Find out more about Mike and Erica on their Vendor page.
Meet John and Tracy Kanwischer, who bring red and white wines – as well as wine glasses! – to the Carlisle Country Market from their local winery, Jackson Square Vineyard.
You’re welcome to have a taste of any wine they offer.
Come by for a sample or to pick up a bottle. You’re sure to find something suitable for your dinner table.
Find out more about John and Tracy on their Vendor page.
Meet Michele Rillo, who brings her homemade Italian spaghetti sauce mixes to the Carlisle Country Market. Packets come in various sizes, allowing you to make just the amount you need to serve your family the spaghetti sauce you enjoyed at Rillo’s, a Carlisle favorite restaurant since the 1970s.
No sugar added – and no MSG. Coming soon – garlic butter.
Find out more about Michele Rillo on her Vendor page.
Meet Tony and Janet Bosak, owners of TJ Homestyle!
Opening their vendor stand at the Market in August, 2016, Tony and Janet offer Country Butcher meats, and Janet’s homemade salads, soups, side dishes, and desserts.
Visit them soon!
Find out more about them on their Vendor page.