Where to find our vendors in the off-season

Here’s a running list of our vendors and where to find them and any specials

The Market may not be open right now but you can still buy from your favorite vendors. Use the links that the vendors’ provided us, the Attleboro Farmers Market, to get more information or to contact them. We will try to keep this list as up to date as possible. (Last updated Oct. 29)

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Closed for the Season

Thank you to those who came to the Attleboro Farmers Market to support our awesome vendors.

The tenth year of the Market wasn’t like the previous past 9 years but it was open for business each Saturday from June 20 to October 24. No music, no Art at the Market, no touch-a-truck, no More Cowbell 5k, or other events, no touching the produce and products, no community groups, no eating, and staying six feet away.

Thank You!
City Councilor Todd Kobus, State Senator Paul Feeney, Heather, Ally, Allison, Karen, Sabrina, David, and State Representative Jim Hawkins on the last day of Attleboro Farmers Market for 2020.

There was plenty of produce, bread, meat, jellies, honey, mead, peanut butter, seafood, sauces, coffee, salsa, pierogis, biscotti, salts, peppers, and awesome prepared foods. We really, really, really appreciate our patrons who sometimes had to wait in socially distanced lines to make a purchase from the amazing vendors.

Finally a big THANK YOU to the volunteers who helped behind the scenes and on Market days. You kept the Market running and we were the #1 Market in Massachusetts, #9 in the Northeast, and #29 in the country.

Stay healthy. Stay safe. See you all in June 2021.