Shaker Jams, Relishes, & other goodies
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Shaker Homemade Jams, Jellies, Relishes, & More! Homemade goods by the Sabbathday Lake Shakers and other local treats in the Shaker Store.
Shaker Spiced Apple Sauce
Shaker Home-made Spiced Apple Sauce. Made by Brother Arnold Hadd from 100% Cortland apples from the Shaker Orchard and spiced with cinnamon oil for a delicious seasonal kick! Also available in plain (no cinnamon added). 16 oz glass jar with paper Shaker label.
Ash-splint Micmac Small Potato Basket
Made from hand-pounded, scraped, and carefully gauged ash splints by Micmac basketmaker Michael Silliboy of Houlton, Maine (a regular participant in Shaker Village’s annual Maine Native American Summer Market each August). Among Maine’s oldest, continuing traditional crafts. This Small Potato Basket is a round basket with a double-lashed rim and a single stationary bentwood handle. 10” diameter and 10” tall.
Maple Syrup – Passamaquoddy Maple
100% Maine Maple Syrup, Grade A Organic (Certified organic by MOFGA) made by Passamaquoddy Maple of Jackman, Maine. Run by Marie Harnois, Passamaquoddy Maple is a business venture by the Passamaquoddy Tribe seeking to bring jobs and self-sustainability to their people. As reported in the Portland Press Herald: "For the Passamaquoddies, the syrup project is appealing because of tribal roots. Native Americans were making maple syrup long before the first European settlers arrived. It’s also attractive because it’s a renewable resource and allows tribal members to spend time with nature. The land is true wilderness, covered in 3 feet of snowpack even in April and teeming with moose, deer and lynx. There’s even a bear den among the tapped trees. “It goes back to our ancestors. Our ancestors did this,” said Marie Harnois, who’s in charge of the operation. “It will create employment year after year and hopefully make a profit for our tribe.” Eventually, the operation will support a dozen jobs. Coupled with its other projects, the tribe hopes the jobs will add up and the operations will contribute revenue to tribal operations. For the Passamaquoddies, it’s all about creating jobs to keep tribal members from having to leave Indian Township and Pleasant Point, the ancestral homeland where more than 2,000 tribal members live." Available in the following sizes: 1/2 pint plastic jug, 1pint plastic jug, 1 Qt plastic jug, 250 ml glass moose jar, 50 ml glass maple leaf jar
Shaker Old-Time Candy
Nostalgic candy straight from your childhood! Many families would make it a tradition to stop at the Shaker Store for their penny candy. The Shakers are proud to still honor that tradition by selling bagged candy. All candy comes packaged in a clear cello bag with paper label. Sizes vary by product but are approximately 5 ounces each.
- Licorice Bites
- Strawberry Twists
- Strawberry Bites
- Swedish Fish
- Mini Swedish Fish
- Mike & Ikes
- Cherry Slices
- Large Gumdrops
- Spearmint Leaves
- Haribo Peaches
- Spice Drops
- Sour Balls
- Root Beer Barrels
- Mary Janes
- Boston Baked Beans
- Sour Buds
- Good & Plenty
- Vanilla Caramels
Sheep Grain Tote Bag
Tote Bag re-purposed from grain bags used right here on the Shaker Farm! Brother Arnold holds onto the empty used feed bags and they are cleaned and sewn by a friend into these great tote bags. Features this darling little sheep. Wide gusseted and strong, this is a great all purpose shopping bag that can easily be folded up for storage or to bring along empty for grocery shopping. Measures approximately 14.5" x 11" x 9".
Wooden Rocking Horse Toy
Handcarved wooden rocking horse toy by Norm Devonshire, made exclusively for the Shaker Store. The two tones of the wood make this an outstanding piece as well as the articulating legs-- they move when he rocks! Norm is from Raymond, Maine, is a long time friend of Shaker Village, and a docent in our Granary special exhibit space. Measures approximately 11.25" x 9.5" x 2".
Ash-splint Micmac Egg Basket by Michael Silliboy
Made from hand-pounded, scraped, and carefully gauged ash splints by Micmac basketmaker Michael Silliboy of Houlton, Maine (a regular participant in Shaker Village’s annual Maine Native American Summer Market each August). Among Maine’s oldest, continuing traditional crafts. This Egg Basket is a round basket with a double-lashed rim and single stationary bentwood handle. Approx. 10” diameter and 20” tall.