78 Wakefield Street, Rochester, New Hampshire | 603-332-0107

Articulture Market at The Governor's Inn!


Sundays 4 -7 pm
Father's Day (mid-June) through the end of August

Farmers and Artisans sought for new ‘ArtiCulture’ Market Sundays at Governor’s Inn

Where art meets agriculture ~ Fresh local tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce and locally made cheese and maple sugar will soon be for sale ‘al fresco’ in downtown Rochester along with the creative products of local painters, potters, and the makers of jewelry.

Interested in setting up a booth to show the fruits of your labor?


  • Are you a farmer or artist in the area?  Give us a call! 603-332-0107
  • Do you create something you’re proud of and want a chance to show it off or scout out new potential customers?  We are seeking local artistry of all kinds!
  • The market will be open to the public


  • Every Sunday 4pm- 7pm, from Father's Day (mid-June) through the end of August.
  • Simultaneously the  Sunday garden concerts will be happening at The Garage


  • Just next door to the Governor’s Inn we have the Rolland Estate
  • The parking lot leading up to The Garage will feature all the action!
  • Farmers and artisans will be able to sell their wares from a table or right off the tailgate of their pickup truck.

How much?

  • For the first season of the ArtiCulture market, the Governor’s Inn is offering a free, no-fee station for farmers this summer.  

Because of the Sunday concerts, there is already a stream of people coming for live blues or bluegrass music, and those people and others will now have an opportunity to shop for local art and agricultural products.

While this is only the 2nd summer for the Sunday Concerts with the Articulture market, The Governor’s Inn has been producing theater, comedy and live music for over 20 years.  Managing the vendor booths is  Robin Donovan, the Inn’s restaurant and service manager.   An avid grower, Robin is the co-founder of the Barnstead Farmer’s and Growers Network, and the Barnstead annual Open Farm Day.   “I’m really love bringing the community together with all local talent … local food, art, and music!,” says Donovan.

Articulture Sundays will take place rain or shine

Vendors include Meader Farm of Rochester with their maple products,
Gauthiers Farm of Rochester, and Claire’s Kitchen from Milton.
More farmers and artisans are needed, so spread the word!

For more information, call Robin Donovan – Tuesday through Saturdays from 3 to 5 pm at 332-0107

Creating a Culture of Local Art & Agriculture