This week – over 50 vendors including 12 local farms, pierogis, handmade jewelry, biscotti, homemade jams, olive oil, garlic salts, maple syrup, spaghetti sauce, microgreens, salsas, Mushrooms, freshly roasted coffee, confections, live music, 4 food trucks and much more!
The Attleboro Farmers Market is excited to welcome Jason Valcourt to Attleboro for his market debut this Saturday. Jason sits at the crossroads of country blues fingerstyle guitar and live reggae playing both originals and covers.
If it’s grown locally, you’ll find it here. Every week the Attleboro Farmers Market brings you a selection of 8 to 12 local produce farms. Our farmer’s come from as far away as Africa and Southeast Asia, and some have farmed locally for generations. They all take great pride in what they bring each week and there is much to learn from each of them.
The Rhode Island Master Gardeners return this week to conduct free soil tests on your lawn and garden soil. They will help you make sure you are in good shape heading into the fall season.
@mrsharponline will be returning every week to sharpen your cutlery. He also does larger blades (lawnmower etc) as a takeaway service (you will get it back the next week).
We’ve got the fever again…and the only prescription is more cowbell! We’ve teamed up with Running from Anxiety. More cowbells. More music. More fun!!! The second running of the More Cowbell 5K takes place at 10 a.m. at Highland Park. Awards presentation at the Attleboro Farmers Market after the race.