A Summer Place Farm, 389 Tremont Street, Rehoboth will have farm fresh eggs available from their Aracana chickens. These chickens are grain fed and include a diet of vegetable scraps. They are free range chickens and lay blue eggs. Yum!
John Thibault from Quality Glass Sash & Screen will demonstrate screen replacement as well as glass and plexiglas cutting. His company is a full service mobile glass company that handles auto glass, screens, mirrors and more.
This week’s vendors list is below.
Visit the Managers’ tent to pick up discount coupons for New England Tire and SpeeDee Oil Change, and Attleboro Farmers Market shopping bag or T-shirt (new order of shirts are here!)
The Attleboro Youth Council will be on hand to provide assistance to shoppers who need an extra hand with their purchases.
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- The Attleboro Historical Society will be on hand selling the limited edition Christmas Ornaments! The third edition features the arch of Capron Park!
- Rocca Woodworking is offering wood pepper mills, rings, and ice cream scoops!
- Natures Intention has wonderfully scented candles! Nason Family Honey has the best soaps and lotion!
- Martha Maynard has her hand woven scarves and table runners!
- Limited edition Attleboro Farmers Market drinking jugs are available this week. A portion of the proceeds benefit the food pantries.
This weeks’ food drive will benefit Hebron Food Pantry
We ask that you bring healthy non-perishable and not out-of -date food products. Food items such as soups, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, pastas, sauces, canned meats and toiletries such as tooth paste, toilet paper, facial tissues, shampoo and soap are welcome. Cash or check donations will also be accepted. When you make a donation you will be entered in a drawing to Win a Kindle. A drawing will be held at the end of the season
September 8, Scorpio’s Italian Eatery and Pizzeria will performing a food cooking demo using all farmers’ market fresh produce and either fish or meat. Demonstration times will be announced.
Attleboro Farmers Market along with New England Tire Attleboro will be hosting the American Red Cross Blood Mobile on Saturday, September 15. Bleeding will commence at 7 am and the Red Cross will take appointments up to noon time.
Sunflower Growing Contest, Saturday, September 22
When are sunflowers “done”? When the plant’s leaves turn brown and the flower heads droop, the plant has reached its full maturity and is done. You can either, pull the plant up and store it until the contest, or you can leave it in the ground, but it could get damaged by birds or the elements. The plants and seed head can be dry at the time of judging. So if your plants flower early it’s not a problem, just hold them until the contest. Prizes will be awarded for the tallest plant and the largest diameter seed head.
Produce, vegetables and other local products will be available from these *vendors:
- Langwater Farm
- Trolley Crossing Farm
- Manny Mello
- A Summer Place Farm
- Brezy Knoll Farm (Bob Peasley)
- Dufort Farm
- Apponagansett Farm
- Chase Farm
- Lone Cedar Farm
- Edgewater Farm (Bob Sharkey)
- Level Acres
- Oliver Perernial Plants
- Fresh Catch Seafood
- Scorpio’s Italian Eatery and Pizzeria
- Be Sweet Bakery
- Butter Cafe and Bakery
- Nason Family Honey
- Netties Kettle Corn
- Razzo Coffee (and Tea!)
- Lawton’s Farm Cheese
- Narragansett Creamery
- Proofed Bakery
- Natures Intention
- Roca Woodworking
- John Atkinson Recycled silverware
- Pirate Bones (leashes and collars)
- Sophie’s Attlebones (Homemade dog treats)
* List subject to change
Thank you to The Sun Chronicle for sponsoring the Attleboro Farmers Market-Blue Shopping Bags, to Supply New England’s Kitchen and Bath Gallery as the primary sponsor for the new Sunflower T-Shirts and the additional T-Shirt sponsors – Nelson Family Dental, Sangria’s, Haskell Bus Charter Services, Inc., Flynnstall Audio Visual Wizardry, and Conti Real Estate, all of Attleboro. Shopping bags and T-Shirts will be available for a donation to Attleboro Farmers Market, a not-for-profit company.