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News from Bartlett's Farm

December 14, 2011
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Hours are 10-6 Every Day

Drop - N - Shop
Saturday, December 17 at 10 am
Parents, we have a gift for you!
Take a few minutes for yourself and drop your children off in the Hayloft for a little while. We will provide supervision, snacks and a viewing of the animated
"How the Grinch Stole Christmas" so you can have some time to shop in peace!

grinch
Happy Shopping!

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"Solstice+2 Winter Celebration"
On December 23 from 10 am til the end of the day,
the store will transform into an all-day party!
Kids crafts
Drinks
Snacks
Music with Molly Glazer and students from
The Nantucket Community Music Center 12-1:30
A visit from SANTA at 1:30
Deep discounts on all perishables
Discounts on lots of other items (You'll have to come out to see!)

Wall of WreathsAround the Farm and In the Market
There's still plenty of time to get your trees, wreaths and decorations!
Having trouble choosing gifts? Look in the market for signs that say "Great Gift!"
Need some gift ideas? Bartlett's Farm Gift Cards are always appreciated.
And for the cook? How about our new farm cookbook? It's full of gorgeous photography and 75 mouthwatering recipes for every season of the year.
We are offering pre-made gift baskets this year, too! They are all wrapped and ready to give and are in the market. If you own a small business, these baskets might be perfect as employee gifts!
Paperwhites
The Poinsettia isn't the only Christmas plant!
Paperwhites and Amaryllis make thoughtful gifts and are a treat for yourself.
Christmas Sale!
Christmas Card Packs and Advent Calendars - 50% off
Select Gifts and Stocking Stuffers - 25% off
Bartlett's Branded Clothing - 25% off
Stocking Stuffers
I know it's hard to believe, but we still have tomatoes - they should be on the shelves right up until Christmas. There are plenty of farm-grown winter veggies from our fields, too. Our squashes, potatoes, onions, beets, turnips, broccoli and cauliflower are all great for roasting and adding to soups and stews.
And if you have a juicer, try the
beets juiced with a little lemon and an apple or a pear.
Soooo delicious and really good for you. (Fresh beet juice will help mitigate the effects of all those great Christmas cookies and treats!)
Don't forget to visit the NHA's Festival of Trees at the whaling museum. It's a great activity for out of town guests. Tremendous creativity is displayed in all the trees! Bartlett's tree is located at the entrance to Gosnold Hall on the left.
Throwing a Party?
Get out of the kitchen and enjoy your guests!
Did you know we offer take-out catering?
Neil and his crew can prepare
for a party of any size!
Just give us 48 hours notice and your party food will be ready to pick up! You can go to the kitchen page of our website to see the menus. Print them and bring them in, or call 508-228-9403 ext 18 to place your order!

Upcoming Farm Events
We're working on finalizing our schedule of Farm Talks for Winter 2012...
Watch here for more information!

In the meantime, things are already happening in the greenhouse! The first crop of spring pansies is nearly ready to transplant!
pansy seedlings

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