Monday, February 20 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church
505 North Main St., Attleboro, MA in Fellowship Hall
November 1, 2016
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Below are where some of our vendors will be over the winter and some of the fairs they will be at or the specials they may be offering.
Listing updated Jan. 18
Click HERE for a complete list of our 2016 vendors with links to their web sites or Facebook pages. More updates will be coming as we receive more information.
- Borealis Coffee Company, 250 Bullocks Point, Riverside, RI
- Langwater Farm is participating in the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers’ Market and the Easton Winter Farmers’ Market. Their website is www.langwaterfarm.com and your can find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/langwaterfarm.
- Kave Rock Farm will be at January 21 – Norwood Indoor Farmer’s Market; 28 – Easton Farmer’s Market; and the Attleboro Winter Night Festival, Feb. 25 5-9 p.m. or go to our website for more info or call 401-465-7589 – Alpaca fiber products are warm & wonderful gifts!!
- Products of the Hive visit us online.
- The La Cantina Winery will be open on Fridays from 1:00-6:00 for tasting and purchases. Directions can be found on their website.
- Great Harvest Bread Company will be at the Pawtucket Market at Hope Artiste Village every Saturday from 9-1, or visit their store 6670 Post Rd., North Kingstown, RI.
- Shamrock Hives Farm will be at the Easton Farmers Market at Oak Ames Hall on Saturdays 10-2
- Visit The Olive Tap in Wayland Square, Providence.
- Visit Nettie’s Kettle Corn, 1789 Smith St., North Providence, RI or find them at a store near you.
- Visit Ugly Dog Books,an independent bookstore located at 75 Union St., Attleboro, MA – they also sell silver jewelry by Recycled Silver Wear (another AFM vendor)
- Tabors Closet has Patriots Dog Collars. You can order one at Etsy.com/shop/TabersCloset or go to Tabers Closet on FB and click “shop now” button. Get your order in now because these are back ordered and it will be a first come first serve basis.
Our judges were City Councilor Jay Dilisio, Superintendent of Schools David Sawyer, Fire Chief Scott LaChance, Michelle Burch from the Hebron Food Pantry, Diana Martell from WIC and Rob Geddes from Bristol Community College.
- 1st Place Derek Hulitzky
- 2nd Place Melanie Silva
- 3rd Place Jessica Rosenthal
- Honorable mention Andrea Cadle
The Pie Contest other winner was the Hebron Food Pantry with $220 to help stock their shelves!
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October 13, 2016
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This Saturday, Oct. 15, is the Apple Pie Contest! All pies must be checked by 10:30 a.m. (contest rules). Following the judging, the pies will be distributed to the crowd with a suggested donation of $2.00. Proceeds will go to the Hebron Food Pantry.
Alpacas from Kave Rock Farm, with their Alpaca products, will be here! Also back at the Market as will Lind Feeney and her wool sweater mittens. More stay-warm choices are Martha Maynard’s Wetu Farm scarves and mittens as well as Blue Pride sweatshirts, hats and more.
There will be a drop-off box for Toys for Tots at the Pickled Willy’s food truck. Willy will be donating the toys at the Ride with Pride Toy Run put on by the R.I. Motorcycle Association this Sunday, Oct. 16. Please help Willy fill the toy box! (Click on the poster image to view it larger.)
Our season is winding down, just a few Saturdays left. The Attleboro Farmers Market is open Saturdays through October 29 from 9 to 1. If you come early please wait for the bell to enter.
Our vendors this week are: Continue Reading →