July 28, 2016
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Week 7: Help fill a backpack and your tote bag

Backpack with school suppliesWeather for Saturday, July 3o is sunny and a high of 86 degrees.

This week we welcome Boy Scout and market volunteer Ryan Callahan to the market in support of his Eagle Scout Project. Ryan has set a goal of putting together backpacks and school supplies for 100 area children in need. In addition to monetary donations, he will be accepting donations of the following materials: Subject notebooks, Composition notebook, 2 pocket multi colored folder, glue sticks, pens, pencils, highlighters, crayons (24 pack recommended), markers – (10 pack recommended), colored pencils – (12 pack recommended), 1 inch binder, filler paper.

Fill your tote, grocery or whatever bag you have with produce and goodies from these vendors*: Continue Reading →

July 22, 2016
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Vendors for July 23

AFM 160716 WelcomeSaturday, July 23 marks the 6th week of 20 consecutive weeks of the 2016 Attleboro Farmers Market season. The market is open between the hours of 9am and 1pm and will once again be located at O’Connell Field at Capron Park.

It’s going to be hot this Saturday. Stay hydrated.

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July 14, 2016
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Saturday, July 16

160709-850-DSC_3043It’s week 5 and we have a full market

Get your local blueberries! Find out what other vegetables and fruit are available, go to the Local Harvest Calendar. We have a new winery, La Cantina Winery, that is joining our slate of vendors.

As usual, well behaved pets can bring their human on a leash.

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Opening day at Attleboro Farmers Market, June 18, 2016

July 1, 2016
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Week 3: Music at the Market, vendors

Opening day at Attleboro Farmers Market, June 18, 2016This week Scottish/Celtic fiddle and cello duo Ben and Elizabeth Anderson make their 2016 debut. Many will remember them from previous years at the market. They will have CDs available for purchase. Pickled Willy’s Food Truck and the Bonez Brothers BBQ are back.

Plan your trip to the Market. Come for breakfast or lunch. Make a shopping list. Start your list with in-season produce, bread, coffee, cheese, honey, jams, local soft drinks and recycled silverware.

Handicapped parking spaces are available in the Bushee Street parking lot.

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