August 18: Prime Produce Time

This is prime farm produce time. Not sure what is in season? Go to the Local Harvest Calendar.

Looks like the rain will hold off this Saturday until after our 1 p.m. closing-time. The Attleboro Farmers Market is always open rain or shine.

Did you know that you can find some of the finest cinnamon rolls at the Market? Great Harvest has classic cinnamon rolls (and bread) and Smackadoodles takes the classic cinnamon roll to the next level.

Our vendors this week (subject to change) are: Continue reading “August 18: Prime Produce Time”

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”

August 11 at the Market

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Full market this Saturday

Rain or shine. We’ll be here. Our musical guests are the Ocean State Ramblers.

Seafood cooking demonstration by Eating with the Ecosystem, food demo with free samples promoting New England’s wild seafood.

Lots of choices on Food Truck Row. Come early to get some bread from Marathon Bread, a small batch artisan baker. Jaju Pierogi is bringing loaded baked potato pierogi this week! Stuffed with potato, bacon, cheddar, sour cream and chives.

The YMCA is back with HIIT class at 11:30, free and open to all levels.

Get your tickets for Attleboro Still Rocks Music Fest on Aug. 18., a music scholarship fundraiser.

Don’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

Here’s our vendor list (subject to change) Continue reading “August 11 at the Market”