Saturday will be cooler temps and a whole bunch of awesome!

Music at the Market featuring Cactus Attack.

The Clam Shack will be serving up samples of Clam Chowder around 10:30.

Scorpios Restaurant will be offering Grilled Pizza samples.

Sangria’s Restuarant will be there for Breakfast and Lunch options

Homestead Cider will be at the Market promoting their business and selling tee shirts and pint glasses. No sample.
Vendors expected this week:

  • Coastal Vineyards
  • Be Sweet
  • Bob Peasley featuring Chase Blueberries
  • Netties Kettle Corn
  • Trolley Crossing Farm
  • Apponagansett Farm
  • Proofed Artisan Breads
  • Wheatless Bliss
  • The Olive Tap
  • Foxboro Cheese
  • Products of the Hive
  • Indoor Organic Farm
  • A Summer Place Farm
  • Martha Maynard
  • Fresh Catch featuring The Happy Pickle
  • Langwater Farm
  • Garden Farms
“Occasional vendors:”
  • Linda’s Kitchen
  • Rick Oliver
  • Sarah Silva Unique Pottery
  • Jacks Snacks
  • John Atkinson Recycled Silverware
  • Emilio’s Floral Delights
  • Ugly Dog Books

Attleboro Farmers Market is sponsoring a weekly food drive to help those in need. This week is On Common Ground. We ask that you bring healthy non-perishable and not out-of -date food products that will be donated to The Hebron Food Pantry and The Society of St. Vincent de Paul which includes St. Joseph’s Food Cellar, Holy Ghost Church, St. Theresa of the Child Jesus, St. John the Evangelist, and Murray Unitarian Church. Food items such as soups, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, pastas, sauces and canned meats are welcome. Cash or check donations will also be accepted. Each week will benefit a specific Food Pantry. Check Attleboro Farmers Market website or Facebook page to see which organization will be benefitting each week.

The Attleboro Farmers Market is located at Finberg Field, 732 Park Street, Route 118, in Attleboro, Massachusetts. We are open Saturdays from 9 to 1 through October 26. We are members of the Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership, Mass Farmers Market Association and American Farmland Trust.



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    1. Yes, the City of Attleboro has a leash law for dogs and it just makes sense for dogs to be on a leash at the Market. We try to keep a dog dish filled with water at the Manager’s tent. See you Saturday!