Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Thanks To Our Valued Customers and Friends

     We at Sage Farm would like to take a moment to say a heartfelt Thank You to all who supported us this year.
We hope that you have enjoyed the things you have purchased to improve your homes and cottages as much as we have enjoyed crafting them for you. Coming up with new decorating ideas and useful ways to re-purpose items brings us joy and hence, we hope you as well.

     Exciting news! In case you haven't heard, Sage Farm customers, owners and dealers banded together to buy raffle tickets and make out of pocket donations totaling over $1500 to benefit 3 local needy families. What an inspiration and the start of a new tradition of giving this has been. Three families will have a happier holiday season and our raffle winner was thrilled! Congratulations to Erica McPhee of Epping on winning the lovely couch Jeannie Gauthier of The Recovery Room donated. Grateful thanks to those who contributed with grace in their hearts  and please know that every penny went directly to benefit the needy. No administrative costs here! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!

Check out the Calendar for all our new 2012 dates! We will be at The Rollins building for our 2nd Annual Cabin Fever show. Here's to a Peaceful, Prosperous and Interesting 2012 for us All!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Sage Farm Antiques presents Merry Mistletoe

Once again the great team of dealers that represents Sage Farm is presenting a beautiful show at the Rollins building in North Hampton, NH. We have sleighs, holiday trees and beautiful holiday ornaments galore. Over 40 dealers work together to set up a fantastic show in a huge old farmhouse full of Holiday cheer. We can't wait to see you at The Market! Photos soon....

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Fall is Upon Us

And Here at Sage Farm we are so excited to be moving the show to The former Rollins building on Route One in North Hampton...a mere 1.6 miles from the usual location. A lot of work and preparation goes in to this larger show, but we think it's worth the wonderful results. Come see the show for your self. November is Tinsel Town in a nod to the old fashioned tinsel on your Christmas Tree. We expect to have Christmas goodies to get you in the spirit and add warmth to your holiday home. We'll see you at the Market!

Monday, August 29, 2011

I have been woefully remiss in my blogging duties. I dutifully commit to be better about this part of my life :)

 In my defense I did just post numerous photos on Facebook. Late....but better late than of July Brimfield. Go take a peek at the Sage page. (Hey! I may rename my blog that! Good rhyme!) Our September Market opens on the 2nd and we have a hint of fall in the air. Then, we are excited to end our year back at the Rollins building, 144 Lafayette Road North Hampton. A huge beautiful old barn that will show amazingly for the October through December shows. You know what that means! Twice as many dealers and twice as many treasures to hunt through. Can't wait to see you at the market.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

May Brimfield of 2011 shots coming soon! It's chilly there but they are out there shoppin' !! Stay tuned.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sage Opens our Gardening Market in just 9 days. I am committed to get some photos on this blog this time! This is a learning curve for me and loading these photos is really so easy when I do it! Just have to make myself do it. We can't wait for you to see all the great things that are Sage and the garden market is one of our favorites.
Stay tuned....

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Old Man Winter

     Whew! He just isn't giving up! But neither are we!
Another storm predicted for Wednesday. Fear not! We will have it all cleaned up and ready for  business Friday morning as planned.
     We have been running around like busy beavers and we do have a vast majority of folks loaded in and getting their booths ready for what looks to be an absolutely great show. The bad news is a big storm Wednesday, the good news is smooth sailing Friday through Sunday. Wait until you see this show. A beautiful building, great fresh to the market stuff and dealers you may have never seen before.
     We'll see you at the Market!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Set Up for Cabin Fever Market......Who is Joining Us?

In an attempt to out wit Mother Nature we have begun to set up for the Cabin Fever show. Running over between storms is our coping mechanism of the moment. Folks are making the best of it and beginning to set up their booths.  Who, you may ask, are your guest dealers?  Donald Armstrong and Stephen Bradfield, hailing from Hooksett, NH are joining us, as well as Linda and Leo Rauhala of Poor House Antiques fame and Melissa Alden from Portsmouth, NH. will be joining us. Bob & Carol Broadbent with tins, advertsing and more.
Diane Freed of New England Seasons, Rehoboth, Mass. and Heidi Francis of Gateway to The Past in Merrimac, Mass....just to name a few! Of course the regular Sage crew that you have come to know and love is here, minus a few souls who decided that the Bahamas were a funner choice.....what do they know?The Sneak Peak section of our new web site will have some shots loaded in on Thursday, February 3rd at some point. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

This Darn Weather!

OK. Although I've now lived in New England for a longer time than I lived in Upstate New York from which I hail.....I am so done with this snowy, messy weather! We have a big show to produce in two weeks time! Enough already. It's pretty in moderation, but we must load up our booths soon and this is a pain in our New England butts, so to speak :) I bet you can't wait to see what goodies we'll be sneaking in the show soon. Hhhm maybe if you're good photos will appear magically from no where....

Friday, January 7, 2011

The February Cabin Fever Market

It's getting close to the time for the Cabin Fever Market and we are really getting excited about this. Instead of our usual 15 to 20 dealers, we will have 40 dealers in this show! The show is being catered by the fine team at White Apron Catering, great soups, sandwiches and desserts are promised and we can't wait. Pray for no snow and a sunny sky!