Green beans, beets, corn, lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes and more
Get to the Market by bike, walk, GATRA bus or even your car. Bring a reusable bag, or buy one and bring it next week. Fill the bag with the freshest produce either side of the Ten Mile River.
Featured this Week
John Thibault, Quality Glass Sash & Screen, will demonstrate screen replacement and glass and plexiglass cutting. His company is a full service mobile glass service that handles auto glass replacement, screen Repair or Replacement, Replacement of insulated units in residential or commercial, custom shower units, mirrors, glass shelves and table tops. They are a fully licensed and insured mobile glass business. John will be answer questions about auto glass replacement, repair and the latest bill sign in by Governor Deval Patrick last week regarding insurance steering.
Stop by and get your screens repaired while you wait at a discounted fee of $10 for smaller screens and $20 for larger screens. Coupons will be available for their August Specials that include 10% off 5 window screens or more re-screened on site, and Free Windshield Wipers with windshield replacement. Book appointment at the Market. Find them on Facebook: Quality Glass Sash & Screen.
New Vendor and Special Participants
- Garden Farms is the newest vendor to join the Market and will feature jellies and relishes.
- Stop by the Attleboro Y’s table at the Attleboro Farmers Market this weekend to learn about our annual Rooftop Party, a great community event of fun, music, and great food atop the Downtown Branch. Proceeds from the Rooftop Party support the Y’s scholarship programs, membership subsidies, the free Livestrong at the YMCA program for cancer survivors, and community outreach.
- Attleboro Land Trust will be in attendance with information on their mission, properties and the community garden.
This weeks’ food drive will benefit Attleboro Area Council of Churches
We ask that you bring healthy non-perishable and not out-of -date food products. Food items such as soups, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, pastas, sauces, canned meats and toiletries such as tooth paste, toilet paper, facial tissues, shampoo and soap are welcome. Cash or check donations will also be accepted. When you make a donation you will be entered in a drawing to win a Kindle. A drawing will held at the end of the season. For more information contact Virginia Flynn, AFM Pantry Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Attleboro Farmers Market Social Tent
Come on down, grab a snack, coffee or tea and just have a seat and a visit! Game boards will be available for use. Challenge a friend, family member or your favorite Market volunteer to a game of cribbage, checkers, chess or trivia!! See you there!
Produce, vegetables and other local products will be available from these *vendors:
- Langwater Farm
- Trolley Crossing Farm
- Manny Mello
- A Summer Place Farm
- Brezy Knoll Farm (Bob Peasley)
- Dufort Farm
- Apponagansett Farm
- Chase Farm
- Lone Cedar Farm
- Edgewater Farm (Bob Sharkey)
- Level Acres
- Oliver Perernial Plants
- Fresh Catch Seafood
- Scorpio’s Italian Eatery and Pizzeria
- Be Sweet bakery
- Butter Cafe and Bakery
- Nason Family Honey
- Netties Kettle Corn
- Razzo Coffee (and Tea!)
- Lawton’s Farm Cheese
- Narragansett Creamery
- Proofed Bakery
- Natures Intention
- Roca Woodworking
- Next Step Living: Solar
- John Atkinson Recycled silverware
- Pirate Bones (leashes and collars)
- Sophie’s Attlebones (Homemade dog treats)
* List subject to change
Thank you to The Sun Chronicle for sponsoring the Attleboro Farmers Market-Blue Shopping Bags, to Supply New England’s Kitchen and Bath Gallery as the primary sponsor for the new Sunflower T-Shirts and the additional T-Shirt sponsors – Nelson Family Dental, Sangria’s, Haskell Bus Charter Services, Inc., Flynnstall Audio Visual Wizardry, and Conti Real Estate, all of Attleboro. Shopping bags and T-Shirts will be available for a donation to Attleboro Farmers Market, a not-for-profit company.