OUR LOCAL VENDORS
Thanks to our friends at Valley Malt, every registrant (runner or walker) age 21+ can enjoy a FREE locally brewed beer! (Non-participants may purchase a pint, with proceeds going to save local farmland.)
Aunt Elsie’s Cookies: Elsie’s delicate, melt-in-your mouth oatmeal crisps will make you smile.
The Bistro Bus: Delicious, creative Asian-fusion inspired food with a local twist to warm you up.
Bobbie’s Bee Balms: Luxuriously rich beeswax hand creams and lip balms from busy Hadley bees at Mount Warner Vineyards.
Carr’s Ciderhouse: Apples grown on Mt. Warner in Hadley become superb artisanal hard cider, vinegar, and syrups at Carr’s.
Flayvors of Cook Farm: Cool down with Flayvors homemade ice cream or warm up with their signature chili.
The Fry King: Hot, delicious french fries made from locally grown potatoes.
Grass Hill Alpacas: Get cozy with beautiful alpaca “wool” socks, hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, boot liners, and blankets.
J. Morin Design: Check out these unique woodblock art t-shirts with wildlife and nature themes.
Mayval Farm: Savor an eclectic dairy experience: Rich chocolate milk, skyr, fresh cheeses, cheese curds, and kefir.
New England Wild Edibles: Wild mushrooms, unique seasonings, and other natural products from the forest.
North Hadley Sugar Shack: It wouldn’t feel like fall without their cider donuts! Plus maple kettle corn and sweet syrup snacks!
Park Hill Orchard: The fruits of fall: fresh apples, personal pies, hot cider, homemade fudge and other delights.
Red Fire Farm: Make your autumn bright with decorative gourds, pumpkins, and more!
Revival Homestead Supply: Get back to basics with natural homemade soaps, body products, DIY kits, and fermenting accessories.
ENTERTAINMENT & MORE
Live music by the Cajun band “The Empty Bottle Ramblers”
Gravity-Defying Fun with Henry the Juggler
Hoop Joy Amherst
EXHIBITS & DEMOS
F45 Training Hampshire Meadows
Peter Root, Hadley artist
Due to an unexpected health issue, Tom Ricardi and his birds of prey will not be attending.