October 13, 2016
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 →
October 5, 2016
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This Saturday, October 8, the Attleboro Farmers Market has arranged to have 100+ pumpkins and 50 to 60 corn stalk bundles at $5 each. All the proceeds go to the Hebron Food Pantry. Come early. We open at 9 a.m. please wait for the opening bell before entering the Market.
Did you know that for every dollar the Hebron Food Pantry receives they can buy about $20 worth of food from the Boston Food Bank? That means that each pumpkin or corn stalk bundle sold will buy $100 of food.
Our special guest besides the Hebron Food Pantry will be the Attleboro Varsity Booster Club, Blue Pride Ambassador Group and the Bristol County Elder Services (needs assessment survey).
Use the Harvest Calendar to find out what produce may be at the Market.
Vendors* this week include: Continue Reading →
September 22, 2016
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The Attleboro Public Library will be at the Market promoting Attleboro’s Big Read 2016 with calendars of events and materials to encourage participation in this year’s project. The book is “The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears” by Dinaw Mengestu.
The main event of the Big Read launch is from 2-4 p.m. at the Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park Street with an exhibit titled Distinguishing Features. The artists have been challenged to create original portraits based on their recollection of, or feelings toward, a subject. The exhibit includes a live hand drumming performance by Dave Curry, multi-instrumentalist and percussion specialist from Drums For One & All.
The Attleboro Area Council of Churches will be at the Market with information about their Crop Walk for Hunger. There’s still time to sign up for the October 16 walk.
Food trucks this week will be Pickled Willy’s, Red’s Street Kitchen and Bones Brothers BBQ )Last week for the Bones Brothers)
Among the vendors* expected this week are:
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