The Farm Dirt
News from Bartlett's Farm 
December 17, 2014
Open 8-6 Every Day
Last Day for 2014 is December 20th
We will reopen January 8th at 8 am. 
Join us this Saturday, December 20 at 8 am for discounts throughout the whole store. 
Produce 50% off
Dairy 50% off
Meat 50% off
Poinsettias and decorating greens 50% off
Holiday decorations 50% off
Cookbooks 50% off (does not include Bartlett's Farm cookbooks)
Bartlett's branded clothing 25% off

Be sure to bring your camera for a visit with Santa from 1-2:30
On Sale Now!
Leading up to our big sale on Saturday, there are plenty of healthy and delicious items on sale NOW!
Gift Baskets
Do you want to make a lasting impression with your holiday gifts this year?  Kate has created baskets for every taste...The Snack Attack, A Tour of New England...Coffee and Chocolate...or how about baskets with one or two bottles of wine and carefully selected food pairings for your clients?
 Order on our website, or 
contact Kate to order a custom gift basket. To guarantee Christmas delivery, the last day to order is December 18th. 
Where are the Farm-Grown Greens?
A few years ago we tried an experiment. Everyone loves our farm-grown greens like spinach, baby lettuce and arugula, so we decided to try to grow them on a year-round basis. They sure did taste good, and we loved having them on our tables as much as you all do.  So in the growing sense, the experiment was a success.  But in the financial sense (it cost HOW MUCH to heat the greenhouses all winter?) this experiment is simply not sustainable.  So we aren't growing greens over the coldest winter months this year. Don't panic though...
Mj has been hounding produce vendors throughout New England to try to find the freshest and best tasting greens available to us. 
And we promise to begin a countdown when we start seeding greens again later this winter. 
Upcoming Events

January 8, 2015 - 8am
We reopen for 2015

January 10th
Wendi Murrell will present an introduction to the science of Reflexology

January 17th

Dharma Yoga Nantucket's Joann Burnham will give an interactive Farm Talk - Yoga for Everyone.
Whether you are 8 or 80 Joann will show you some basic postures and stretches to make you feel healthier and more flexible.

January 24th
Sheri Perelman will teach an introduction to Jin Shin Jyutsu.

January 31
Kris Feeney will lead an introduction to Tai Chi at 10am

February 7
Join us for our first winter dinner! 

Saturday Supper At The Farm