Saturday, Sept. 19, will be the Annual Pumpkin Sale. Once again, Breezy Knoll Farm and the Attleboro Farmers Market will be providing pumpkins for sale at O’Connell Field at Capron Park. The proceeds of the pumpkin sale will benefit the Hebron Food Pantry.
$5 = $100
For every $5 pumpkin sold, the Hebron Food Pantry, an Attleboro area food pantry formed in 2001, will be able to purchase $100 worth of food from the Greater Boston Food Bank.
“We are once again delighted to work with Bob Peasley and his Breezy Knoll Farm to donate pumpkins to help Hebron Food Pantry assist our neighbours in the Attleboro area. As with many products at the market, pumpkins are a seasonal product, so quantities will be limited, come down early to ensure you get your pumpkin,” Heather Porreca, Attleboro Farmers Market, Market Manager.
The Attleboro Farmers Market will be open from 9am to 1pm; Hebron Food Pantry will be onsite during the market to also accept monetary and non-perishable food donations.
For more information on the Hebron Food Pantry, check them out of the web at www.hebronfoodpantry.org