The Attleboro Farmers Market has always been a dog friendly market.
We encourage dogs to bring their responsible owners. Attleboro has a city ordinance for dog owners. All dogs must be restrained with a leash at all times and dog owners must pick up their dog’s poop.
Water dishes are available at the Market Manager’s tent and at a few of our vendors.
The Attleboro Farmers Market opens for the 2018 season on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We are located in Attleboro, Massachusetts on O’Connell Field in Capron Park and adjacent to Attleboro High School.
There will be over 40 vendors plus music by the Busted Jug Band playing washboard, kazoo, harmonica, homemade bass, rhythms bones, banjo-ukulele, tenor guitar, squeeze box, fun songs and group singing. We will have produce, plants, treats for you and your dog, honey, lotions, jams, and jellies, coffee, waffles and donuts, and much more.
Signs will be posted along County Street, Route 123, 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 parking along Blue Pride Way (Bus entrance loop off Rathbun Willard Drive).
We can’t wait to see all our patrons but we need to remind them that for safety reasons they are not allowed into the market before 9 a.m. as our vendors finish setting up. Please wait for the bell to ring signifying that the Market is open for business.
Dogs can bring their responsible owners. Please be aware that Attleboro has a city ordinance for dog owners that all dogs must be restrained with a leash at all times and dog owners must pick up their dog’s poop. Continue reading “It’s finally here!”