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Second Stage Amherst has served as a meeting place for artists and businesses since 2015, as well as a site for agricultural markets.


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From staff reports

The Market @ Second Stage is closing its most successful farm market season since 2013 by hosting two upcoming indoor markets featuring artwork from local artisans and food producers.

The two Second Stage – Amherst markets will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, November 6 and Saturday.

“These popular fall markets were postponed last year, but vendors are eager to share their art, products and crafts in the beautiful main hall of the second stage,” the nonprofit said. in a press release.

Fresh products, pastries and preserves, desserts, quilts, embroidery, wood crafts, collages, paintings and jewelry will be in the spotlight. Morris Orchard’s freshly squeezed apple cider will also be on sale.

Baines Books and Coffee will provide breakfast and drinks throughout the morning.

The markets are located in the main lobby of Second Stage at 194 Second Street at the corner of Washington and Second Streets in downtown Amherst.

Second Stage is a cultural center that builds community through the arts, wellness, entertainment and supports local food suppliers and small businesses. Three public spaces of different sizes are available for event rental. Baines Books and Coffee is open 7:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.


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