Member-owned Littleton Consumer Cooperative Society, Inc. strives to serve the North Country of New Hampshire and Northeast Kingdom of Vermont by providing a broad range of high quality food products, offered at a fair price, with outstanding service. The Co-op exists to serve its members, not to make a profit for a large corporation. While membership is not required to shop at our store, our member-owners help govern the Co-op by electing our Board of Directors annually and contributing in other ways – from suggesting items for the store to serving as volunteers on Co-op committees. Our members also help us maintain the Co-op’s mission of supporting local growers and producers, encouraging healthy life choices, and promoting environmental sustainability locally. The movement to bring a regional cooperative food store to Littleton began in early 2006. The initial informational meeting, called by Co-op President Jeffrey Wheeler and Vice President Michael Claflin, drew an enthusiastic crowd of more than 300 people from Littleton and surrounding towns in both New Hampshire and Vermont. The Littleton Food Co-op Store opened in May, 2009. Our 13,500 square-foot store is located at the intersection of Route 302 and Cottage Street, making it convenient to both Littleton’s...
Open Mon: 9:30am-4:30 pm, Store Open with social distancing Protocol. Tues-Fri: Call-Ahead Curbside Service Only, 11am-4pm. Sat: 9:30am-4:30 pm, Store Open with social distancing Protocol. Closed Sundays until further notice. We invite you to discover the “World’s Greatest” Cheddar Cheese at Harman’s Cheese & Country Store. We sell natural, premium grade, white cheddar made in New York State from whole milk. Each year 13 tons of this wonderful cheddar is made just for us. It is aged slowly at uniform low temperatures for two full years to give it a delicious, smooth, and zesty flavor. Our cheese and other quality products are available online and in our quaint country store in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Harman’s offers a Free Cup of White Mountain Gourmet Coffee every Saturday in November.
My love of photography initially stemmed from a long involvement with oil painting. The creative working and re-working with oils to produce different results never ceased to amaze me. I've found that a digital darkroom has similarities to the magic of oils, and I enjoy painting with light as much as I did with a brush and canvas. I draw inspiration from my love of the expansive wilderness that we have here in New Hampshire. Waterfalls and craggy ridges are among my favorite subjects, especially those long forgotten by many and far off the beaten path. "Chris captures the raw beauty and dramatic contrasts of the New Hampshire landscape through his talented vision. His pictures are inspirational works of art, compelling the observer to journey out and explore our beautiful surroundings". Prints, Calendars, Greeting Cards, Postcards, Magnets, Playing Cards, Bookmarks, Photography services and more. Retail and Wholesale options. A New Hampshire Made business. http://www.whitemountainimages.org/shop
Farm stand is open 8-5:30/365. Eggs, meat and goat cheese are always in stock and veggies come and go with the seasons. For now, our stand is still open on a self-service basis, 8-5:30, with the following thoughts: -only one person in the stand at a time. -please use the hand sanitizer and wipes on surfaces you touch or intend to touch. -Please be mindful of other customers and filling your bag. We have currently limited eggs purchases to 2 dozen. -We will be monitoring the stand and sanitizing all surfaces multiple times throughout the day Meadowstone Farm is a small, diverse farm located in Northern New Hampshire with a long history. Originally homesteaded by the Cole family in the mid-1800's, it remained in their family as a cow dairy until the early 1950's. John Cole was well known throughout the area for his horse teams and the work he did with them. Ray Little bought the farm in 1956 and ran it as a dairy until the late 70's. Lyle and Rachel Whitcomb in 1982, who, while running a hardware store, a roofing business and raising four children managed to grow vegetables and keep...
Stop by and visit our restaurant for a quick bite or pick up some pancake mix and New Hampshire maple syrup to enjoy at home. Not from around here, no problem! Head over to our online store and we'll ship you your favorite pancake mix with some New Hampshire maple syrup. Or send a meaningful gift your family and friends will treasure for meals to come.
Clark's will be opening June 29. The Main Gift Shop and Whistle Stop Snack Bar are open weekends in June. Sat 10-5, Sun 10-4. Snack Bar open Sat 11-5, Sun 11-4. Shop the online Gift Shop here Clark's Trading Post has an exciting collection of gift and specialty shops to help you remember your visit to New Hampshire's White Mountains. There's a little something for every taste and budget.Clark's Main Gift Shop has the largest and most well stocked gift and souvenir shop in the White Mountains. Inside you will find a wide selection of candy, home-style fudge, T-shirts, jewelry, moccasins, cedar crafts, toys, mugs, stuffed animals, knives and more! As always, shopping in New Hampshire is TAX FREE! Clark's Gift Certificates are available in the main gift shop or online
One of the last true hardware stores still in existence as generations remember because generations have proudly owned and maintained this local hardware store. Situated on Main Street near other village amenities, the answers to immediate, long term or permanent needs are found easily on well supplied shelves, nooks and corners without walking down long aisles. Every turn is within earshot of the local employees for answers and suggestions just like it used to be- and still is here.
The Brick Store is located in Bath, N.H., the “Covered Bridge Capital” of New England. We are very proud to be in the National Register of Historic Places as America’s Oldest Continuously Operated General Store in the USA. We have been in business since the early 1790’s and are committed to giving you the finest traditional New England specialties at fair prices. We have something for everyone! Homemade fudge, made to order sandwiches, unsurpassed meats from our very own smokehouse and unique, local gifts. Stop by and visit us!
Studio 117, located in the heart of the White Mountains in scenic Sugar Hill, NH, features the work of Jane and Tom Higgins, juried members of the League of NH Craftsmen, and many other talented local artists. The Studio is filled with woodturning, jewelry, glass, photography, ceramics, fine art and sculpture in a restored 1890’s barn. OPEN June through December, weekends from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. 2019 GRAND OPENING ~ JUNE 15th! For more information visit studio117nh.com, call (603) 823-7724 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.