August 4, 2017
Supposed to be in the 70s this Saturday. Perfect day for browsing the Market for the freshest vegetables, bread, honey, cheese, meat, plants, peanut butter, jewelry, pottery, jelly, don’t forget you friend with paws, and we have plenty of awesome food vendors for breakfast and lunch.
Here’s this Saturday’s vendor list in alphabetical order, subject to change
Our farms are:
- Alpine Farm
- Asian Farmer
- Bettencourt Farm
- Breezy Knoll
- Joe Carvalho Farm
- Freedom Farm Food
- Foxboro Cheese
- Langwater Farm
- Mello’s Farm
- Shamrock Hives Farm
- Wetu Farm
Food, art and more: Continue Reading →
August 3, 2017
Saturday, August 5, rain or shine is the Donald R Fulton Jr. Annual Bike Run. Kickstands up at 1 p.m., begins and ends at the Attleboro Elks Lodge #1014, 887 South Main St. Attleboro. Registration starts at noon. $25 per rider/passenger, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Post ride celebration of Donnie. $20 per person, kids under 13 free, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Attleboro Elks outside Pavilion.
Family and friends are all welcom to join us to celebrate Donnie’s life with live music, great food, kid’s art table from 4-6 donated by the Painted Turtle, 50/50 raffles and live auctions.
All proceeds will go directly to Donnie’s Forget Him Not Foundation, which is giving back to the animal community in Massachusetts.
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July 12, 2017
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Photo by Erin McGinn
This Saturday, July 15
Blueberries are at the Market which means blueberry pie at Confectionary Designs.
This week the Scottish/Celtic fiddle and cello duo, Ben and Elizabeth Anderson, return to the Market.
It’s also Jackson Pollock Day, make sure to bring the kids so they can create a Jackson-Pollock-like masterpiece at the KiDoOdLe tent.
The Attleboro Farmers Market is located at O’Connell Field in Capron Park and is open from 9 to 1. Wait for the opening bell to ring before entering the market.
Signs are posted along County Street directing market patrons to the market entrance on Bushee Street. There is ample parking in the Bushee Street parking area at Attleboro High School, as well as additional, overflow parking along Blue Pride Way, adjacent to the high school.
Vendors for the Saturday, July15 Attleboro Farmers Market (subject to change): Continue Reading →
July 11, 2017
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Moe’s may not be in Massachusetts but you can find Moe’s Private Reserve Multi-Purpose Seasoning & Rub and The Fine Spice Company online.
As Moe likes to say, “It makes BBQ taste the way it should.” We’ve found out that it makes everything else taste great, too. It’s not just for BBQ any more!
Whether on the grill, in the oven, or even in a skillet, you will find Moe’s Private Reserve a delectable compliment to any meal.
You can still get your Moe’s seasonings, rubs and jerky in the online store and find Moe’s on Facebook.