It’s Labor Day weekend

This Saturday is going to be sunny with a high around 70, perfect time to visit the Attleboro Farmers Market. We have food trucks, Touch-A-Truck, Ukulele Strummers, the freshest tomatoes and veggies, cinnamon rolls, salsa, beef jerky, bread, honey and lots more.

The Market is open from 9 to 1. If you arrive early, for your safety, please wait for the opening bell to ring before entering.

What you put on your fork matters. The American Farmland Trust is looking for the cream of the crop, the best of America’s farmers markets. Your recommendation can earn us national awards and recognition.

Use this link to Recommend the Attleboro Farmers Market

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A Summer Day at the Market

Photo by Erin McGinn

This Saturday, July 15

Blueberries are at the Market which means blueberry pie at Confectionary Designs.

This week the Scottish/Celtic fiddle and cello duo, Ben and Elizabeth Anderson, return to the Market.

It’s also Jackson Pollock Day, make sure to bring the kids so they can create a Jackson-Pollock-like masterpiece at the KiDoOdLe tent.

The Attleboro Farmers Market is located at O’Connell Field in Capron Park and is open from 9 to 1. Wait for the opening bell to ring before entering the market.

Signs are posted along County Street directing market patrons to the market entrance on Bushee Street. There is ample parking in the Bushee Street parking area at Attleboro High School, as well as additional, overflow parking along Blue Pride Way, adjacent to the high school.

Vendors for the Saturday, July15 Attleboro Farmers Market (subject to change): Continue reading “A Summer Day at the Market”