We have the best selection of fresh produce that you will find in one place. Our lineup includes award winning organic and non-organic, exotic and common, Asian, micro-greens, mushrooms, flowers and more.
Our farmers come from from as far away as Africa and Laos, as well as those that have farmed their local land for generations. Food brings us together and our farmer’s provide the means with their hard work and dedication to the craft.
Get your #foodtruck on Saturday (9-1). Asian Fusion from @mings_ri returns, joining @bonezbrothersbbq real southern, the famous @pickledwilliesfh hot dog, @rhodyrootsri farm to table sandos, and of course @burgundian_coffee_waffles bringing their food truck. #attleboro#attleboroma#bostonfoodies#pvdfoodie
When you visit the Farmers Market, talk to your farmer. Get to know them and you’ll learn about more than just vegetables! #localfarmers #farmer #farmersmarket #attleboro #attleboroma #bostonfoodies #pvdfoodies #foodbringspeopletogether
The Attleboro Farmers Market is at O’Connell Field in Capron Park from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. on Saturdays beginning June 15 through October 19, 2019. We will post information about each week’s vendors, music and any special
Please, for your safety,no patrons inside the Market before 9 a.m.
Rain or shine the Market will be open. Here’s our Weather Guidelines for when the weather starts acting up.
Dogs can 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 a few of our vendors.
Parking is available in the Attleboro High School Bushee Street lot and on Blue Pride Way (Bus entrance loop off Rathbun Willard Drive). Click HERE for map.
Harvest Calendar: Use this local calendar to help you know when the freshest fruits, vegetables, and meats are at the Attleboro Farmers Market.
Get ready for the return of Eating with the Ecosystem. They will be bringing their 19-foot ‘Food Boat’ for a fun, educational, and delicious interactive seafood event. Eating with the Ecosystem will partner with local chef, Jason Timothy from TROOP restaurant in Providence to host cooking demos featuring a local seafood species and provide visitors with free samples of the delicious dishes they create, while providing education about our local seafood, fisheries, and marine ecosystems.
We are also happy to welcome the King Phillip Summer Community Steel Drum Band for the first time!
The Bushee Street parking is completed! Room for more vehicles.
Music this week by the King Philip Summer Steel Band.