It’s Apple Pie Day!

Pies, Apple Pie Contest, Attleboro Farmers Market

This Saturday, October 13, we are expecting it to be 50 to 60% cloudy with no rain. Remember, if the rain keeps up it won’t come down.

This is the most “New England” day of the year, the Apple Pie Contest. Mayor Heroux will be one of our judges. Click HERE for contest information.

Krave Rock will be back at the market with their gloves, hats, socks and of course their ALAPACAS!

Register to vote at the Market. If you haven’t registered to vote or know someone who hasn’t now is the time to do it before the November election.

Music by the Pyne Brothers.

Here is our vendor list* for Saturday, October 13: Continue reading “It’s Apple Pie Day!”

Cornstalks, pumpkins and flu shots

The Attleboro Farmers Market will be selling cornstalks and pumpkins this Saturday, October 6 with all the proceeds going to the Hebron Food Pantry. Get your decorations for the fall and help the food pantry stock up for the coming winter. Local artist Kim Bennett will be at the Market painting pumpkins and will have painted pumpkins available.

Flu shots available

The Attleboro Health Department will be at the Market offering a public flu clinic this Saturday from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. This clinic is open to any individual 3 years and older. Only Flu “shots” are available.

  • Individuals are requested to bring all insurance cards.
  • Individuals without insurance or whose insurance does not cover flu vaccine will still be able to receive their flu vaccine.
  • Any one receiving the flu vaccine for the first time will be asked to stay for observation for 10-15 minutes.
  • To help clinic staff, please wear loose clothing or short sleeves to provide easy access to your upper arm.

Questions before Saturday can be directed to Jacquie O’Brien, RN, at 508-223-2222 x3244 or healthnurse@cityofattleboro.us

Music by the Ocean State Ramblers, a Southern New England Bluegrass Band

Our vendors for Saturday, October 6 (subject to change): Continue reading “Cornstalks, pumpkins and flu shots”