Opening Day is Here!
Hello Nantucket! Hello new decade! We are back in action for 2020 on Thursday, January 9th and we have some great news for our Friend of the Farm customers. 
Yes, you read that right...January is Customer Appreciation Month at Bartlett's Farm. Bring a friend, a coworker or kiddo and enjoy a hot tea, coffee, or hot chocolate on us! All you have to do is be a Friend of the Farm; a member of our customer rewards program that's free to sign up!
There's never been a better time to be a Friend of the Farm! We have lots of exciting things in store for our "FOTF" customers this year and now enjoy an automatic 500 points
for signing up! 
Fresh & Delicious Lunch & Dinner Specials Start up Thursday
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On opening day, Thursday, we start off with our Tri Tip Steak Dinner Special, followed by Whole Roasted Chicken Dinner on Friday. For our full weekly dinner special lineup, follow this link.
Lunch Specials are announced daily,
via email and on WACK FM each weekday at 8 am with Mj and Chris!
Where's The Beef?
Boar's Head Roast Beef, Pepper jack Cheese, Red Onions, Fresh Spinach, Tomato & Sriracha Mayo toasted on Italian Bread
Fresh Produce, Meats, Cheeses, Dairy and Groceries are Rolling into the Market!
Lots of Market items are still on sale.
Olive oil, crackers, pantry staples
and more!
Houseplant Appreciation Day
is this Friday!

Celebrate your houseplants this weekend and follow this link to learn all about them from Hilary Armour, our Garden Center Manager, as she explains best care & watering practices for your houseplants!
Welcome to Your Newest Year Round
Wine and Beer Retailer!
That's right, we can now sell beer and wine year round. Lots of products still on sale and priced to move! Stop in a take advantage of these deals. 
NOW $18
NOW $16 
AIX and Wolffer Estate Summer in A Bottle rosés are both reduced to $18 and $25 
NOW $18
YOU, our Customers, 
Reduced, Reused and Recycled
your BAGS! 
Well, would you look at that? Our customers saved 17,300 bags from ending up in the landfill by bringing their own bags or purchasing reusable bags from us! Did you know that we PAY YOU
five cents per bag you bring to use? We call this a win, win!
Who's Your Farmer? Meet Our Staff!
Casey Kelson
Welcome Casey! Casey joined the Customer Service team here in October 2019, as a cashier and has quickly become a year round
supervisor! Casey has been on island a little over two years and originally moved here from the Northwest Corner of Connecticut. Casey has worked at other island businesses such as Stop and Shop, and Roasted. In his short amount of time on island he has become a familiar friendly face to many in the community!  Casey enjoys seeing all the familiar faces he has come to love on this little island and enjoys meeting new people all the time. When Casey isn’t at work he likes to spend his free time by the ocean or walking one of the many tree lined trails. For those of you who know Casey, you know his fun fact but, for those who don’t, Casey danced for 18 years!
Customer Service has loved this addition to our team here on the farm. Casey’s warm smile and constant happiness is infectious.
A Special Hello from the West Coast

A quick hello from former long-time employees, Pete Smith (Greenhouse Manager) & Hilary Newell (Marketing Director)-
After about 15 months in the Pacific Northwest, we can say we are more in love with the area then ever. Our town is Port Townsend, WA, and it bears some striking similarities to the Nantucket of a few decades ago, one of which is a common sentiment to not tell the rest of the world how great it is. While not an island, PT is at the end of a small peninsula on the  Northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula. It takes a little effort to get here (depending on where you’re coming from, you may need to take a ferry, and/or a bridge that occasionally closes to road traffic to let boat traffic through), but we can make it to Seattle to see a show and return on the same evening. We landed in a great neighborhood and have met a lot of fun people, most of whom, like us, have moved here from somewhere else. Add Zone 8 gardening and we are in heaven! There’s a fabulous rhododendron nursery not too far away and we have added several to our yard. Pete’s gardening passion is alive and well, and it shows in our very protected yard where we’ve planted camellias, Fatsia, a fig tree, tons of perennials and even a beloved hydrangea that we were able to move from our Nantucket garden. The previous owner of our house left about a dozen roses (some Julia Child-my faves) that bloomed heavily ALL summer. 
The Pacific Northwest is known for having lots of rain. But our part of the Olympic Peninsula is in a rain shadow, which means we get less than 20” of rain per year. Summers tend to be sunny and dry, but there are plenty of gray days in winter that remind us of Nantucket.  Most of the Olympic Peninsula is a pristine national park and wildlife abounds. Black bears, cougars, deer, elk and bobcats are our neighbors.  
Small niche farms are the norm here, and Port Townsend has the best farmer’s market in Washington; fresh, local produce is available there on Wednesdays and Fridays from April through December. There's a strong local music and art scene, a wooden boat building school, an active year round marina, and lots of summer festivals. 

Upcoming Events
1/9/2020- BARTLETT'S REOPENS FOR THE SEASON!- free coffee for FOTF customers!

1/20/2020- Martin Luther King Day (honor roll students get 25% off lunch today at the farm when they use their FOTF card!)

1/31/20- Attention Ladies Night VIP Ticket-holders-Last Day to use your VIP Ladies Night 20% OFF Coupon