July 1 at the Market

Get the freshest ingredients for your Independence Day weekend

Fresh picked strawberries, veggies, eggs, chicken, beef and pork, honey, soaps, bread, and every sweet treat you can imagine, all at market for your holiday cookouts.

Music at the Market

This week is the return of the Scottish/Celtic fiddle and cello duo Ben and Elizabeth Anderson.

Vendors for this week:

Our farms are:

Alpine Farm, Bettencourt Farm, Breezy Knoll, Joe Carvalho Farm, Freedom Farm Food, Foxboro Cheese, Langwater Farm, Mello’s Farm, Shamrock Hives Farm, and Wetu Farm

Food, art and more:

Sprague Custom Knives, Great Harvest Bread, Amado Ceramics, Borealis Coffee, Netties Kettle Corn, Del’s Lemonade, Nason Family Honey, Smackdoodles, Confectionary Designs, Red Harvest, SanoBe SuperFood, The Olive Tap, Pickled Willys, Bonez Bros BBQ, Jaju Pierogi, Part 2 Designs, The Paper Hummingbird, and David Laferriere Sandwich Bag Art & More.


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.

Author: DRL

Designer | Illustrator | eGuy

Comments are closed.