It’s a long weekend, start at the Market

September 1, 2016 by DRL

It’s Labor Day weekend! Get your grilling on with meats (Shamrock Hives Farm), produce (all our farmers) and cheese (Foxboro Cheese). Need olive oil? We have that covered with Olive Tap. Don’t forget breads, cookies and other sweets (Smackadoodles, Great Harvest, Red Harvest). While at the market visit the Food Truck Alley.

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This will be the 12th of 20 consecutive weeks of this year’s market.  The market is open between the hours of 9 am and 1 pm. We cannot have patrons in the market before 9 when we ring the bell.

See you Saturday at O’Connell Field at Capron Park.

Upcoming dates of note on the AFM calendar:

September 24: Attleboro Public Library will be on site for a Big Read event

October 8: The annual Pumpkin Sale with proceeds to benefit the Hebron Food Bank

October 15: Apple Pie Contest

Among the vendors* expected this week are: View the pictures →

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