Saturday, October 1st: 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday, October 2nd: 10 am - 3 pm
Rain or Shine
10 am - 3:30 pm
This market has gradually turned into an annual tradition in our area. Over 20 vendors will be joining us for these special two days. You'll be able to find hand-made goat-milk soaps to hand-woven angora wool and so many more wonderful items. A complete list of vendors and the items, demonstrations and each one's informational will be listed here below as the listed is completed. If we have rain, the Market will be held inside Sugar Hill's Carolina Crapo Building on Main Street.
Lots of free samples to munch on from Momma Nookie's Cookies to Zelda's jam. Look for Cider Donuts from the Cider House Cafe at Windy Ridge Apple Orchard, along with fresh apples from the orchard. Brenda Aldrich gets up early both mornings and drives down to get them as fresh as possible for all you and all the market goers!
Saturday's Free Concert
1 to 3 pm
Sugar Hill is the embodiment of a classic and historical New England village. Embraced by the White Mountains, Sugar Hill is renowned for its extraordinary 360 degree vista and historically eclectic architecture. The area is considered one of the top 5 scenic routes in New Hampshire/New England because of the prevalence of sugar maples that the town was named for. New Hampshire is most famous for brilliance of autumn colors- #2 in the world because of the right climate, conditions, geography and tree varieties, second only to China (#1).
Directions to Sugar Hill-
From I-93 N or S: Take exit 38 to Franconia Main Street, Route 18. Turn right at the stop sign, continue through Main St. and turn left onto Route 117 W (a small bridge over the Gale River). Continue for 4 truly picturesque miles.
From Route 302 E and W: turn right /left onto Route 117 E and continue for about 5 miles to Sugar Hill Main Street (Rte. 117).