Wayne Spotlight – Old Firehouse Farm – Sustain Wayne

One of Sustain Wayne’s main goals is to promote the town of Wayne as a safe, lively, and prosperous community to live, work, and visit. One way we aim to do this is by visiting local businesses and doing a weekly “Wayne Spotlight.”

This week we visited Jon and Gina Lamarche, the owners of Old Firehouse Farm at 519 Main St. in Wayne. At Old Firehouse Farm, you are invited to sit on the sunny porch of the historic Bellefonda House while enjoying Maine roasted coffee, tea, and gourmet homemade baked goods like blueberry-lemon 6 grain and oat scones, a toasted almond dark chocolate bar, sea-salted rosemary shortbread, or a raspberry-almond cream cheese danish. These delicious treats are self-served Thursdays and Fridays from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturdays from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. It’s a perfect place to stop while you are shopping at the Wayne Farmer’s Market!

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