Vote for America’s top farmers market

What you put on your fork matters

Ariel of Attleboro Farmers Market
Ariel of Attleboro Farmers Market

What you put on your fork matters is the message behind the American Farmland Trust’s seventh annual Farmers Market Celebration to identify the best of America’s farmers markets.

Farmers markets have a lot to offer beyond the fresh and local food. If you’ve ever been to the Attleboro Farmers Market you already know that. Continue reading “Vote for America’s top farmers market”

July 21st at the Market

Another awesome Market day expected, partly cloudy with temperatures in the high 70s. Blueberries, tomatoes, lettuce and more seasonal produce. Red Cross Blood Drive, Yoga at the Market, good food, and music by Reagan Bilingsley.

Check out the vendor list below.

Farmers Market Celebration logo 350Don’t forget to recommend the Attleboro Farmers Market as one of America’s top markets at American Farmland Trust’s seventh annual Farmers Market Celebration to identify the best of America’s farmers markets. Just go to markets.farmland.org/market/attleboro-farmers-market/

#OnMyFork and #NoFarmsNoFood Continue reading “July 21st at the Market”

July 14th at the Market

This Saturday, July 14, will be a perfect summer day to get the freshest vegetables, fruit, honey, baked goods and more at the Attleboro Farmers Market. The National Weather Service is predicting a partly sunny day with a high of 82.

New to the Market will be the Rhode Island Shellfish Company with their tasty stuffies, chowder and other delights and What the Truck food truck joining Pickled Willys, the Burgundian Coffee & Waffles and Rhody Roots.

The Ocean State Ramblers will be our musical guests.

The YMCA will have their High Intensity Interval Training class, be here by 11:15 for 11:30 class. Continue reading “July 14th at the Market”