This Saturday, Opening Day 2017

We are excited!

The Attleboro Farmers Market opens this Saturday, June 17, at O’Connell Field at Capron Park. We will have 40 vendors plus music.

Master Gardner Kathi Gariepy providing a workshop to learn how to attract butterflies to your yard.

We will have produce,plants, treats, knife sharpening, honey, lotions, jams, and jellies, coffee, waffles and donuts, and much more!

Don’t have breakfast or lunch, we have you covered with food trucks and great prepared foods.

Signs will be posted along County Street directing market attendees 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.

Here’s the list of vendors* at Attleboro Farmers Market this Saturday, June 17:

Our farms are:

  • Joe Carvalho Farm
  • Shamrock Hives Farm
  • Alpine Farm
  • Langwater Farm
  • Foxboro Cheese
  • Mello’s Farm
  • Breezy Knoll
  • Freedom Farm Food
  • Bettencourt Farm
  • Wetu Farm

Food, art and more:

  • Great Harvest Bread
  • Amado Ceramics
  • Netties Kettle Corn
  • Del’s Lemonade
  • Skyroc Brewery
  • Passion Fur Paws
  • Borealis Coffee
  • The Burgundian Waffles
  • Nason Family Honey
  • Smackdoodles
  • Confectionary Designs
  • Sprague Custom Knives
  • Part 2 Designs
  • Red Harvest
  • The Olive Tap
  • Pickled Willys
  • Bonez Bros BBQ
  • Jane Ann Brady Jams and Jelly
  • The Paper Hummingbird
  • Tabers Closet
  • John Atkinson Silver
  • Emily’s Garden
  • David Laferriere Sandwich Bag Art & More

Non Profit/Community

  • Hebron Food pantry
  • CARCS (Citizens Against the Rehoboth Compressor Station)
  • Bearcroft Swim Club
  • Soup for Heat
  • Bristol County Mosquito Control
  • CERT Team (Community emergency response team)

*vender list subject to change

If you have any questions or are interested in further information, please contact AFM Market Manager at

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