June 24 Preview and Specials! NEW Pony Shack Cider! Barefoot Books, Amy Spillert Performing

  • Click HERE to learn about and link to all our vendors.
  • Click HERE   for the 2017 complete downloadable vendor schedule.
    NOTE: Always check back for updates!
  • Check out our Pre-Order Page and our Weekly Specials Page

Again, THERE WILL BE STRAWBERRIES!  And, rumor has it raspberries will be making their first appearance, too!

Check back Friday afternoon for ALL the details!

Let your friends know about us! We bring local farm fare, specialty foods, and artisan products to Hall Park (next to Veterans Field) each weekend from mid-June to mid-October. This year the market will be held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. starting June 17 through October 14, 2017.

SNEAK PREVIEW of the June 24 Market Day
  • New Vendor: Pony Shack Cider
  • Barefoot Books
  • Amy Spillert Performing
  • Kittredge Candles
  • Jimmy Fund is our nonprofit guest
  • Pop Up Library!!

NOTE: Flats Mentor Farm will be joining us on July 1 and then be with us for the rest of the season.

Click HERE for this week’s vendor specials and news. It gets updated as the week goes on, so check back, too!

Newsflash: All About Corks had to cancel this week: They will be back on July 15.

We’ll have all the updates in our Friday newsletter, but for now,  here are the vendors who are officially on the schedule to attend the market at least a few times, with some biweekly and weekly, during the market season: Aaronap Cellars, Ackermann Maple Farm, All About Corks, Barefoot Books, The Bread Shop,Charlton Orchards, Coutt’s Specialty Foods, Deano’s Pasta, Emmetts Edibles, Farmer Dave’s, The Fish Lady, Flats Mentor Farm, Goodies Homemade, Habibi Gourmet Food, Hiller’s Silver Studio, In Good Taste, Jaju Piergo, Kalaidascope Soap, Kelly’s Farm, Kittredge Candles, Lilac Hedge Farm, Mamadou’s Artisan Bakery, Pony Shack Cider, The Popover Lady, Pour Man’s Coffee, Roasted Granola, Sarah’s Originals, Sasquatch Woodworks, Sheepshed,  Swiss Bakers, Tower Beverages, Trow’s Treasures, and West River Creamery.

Before we go on, don’t forget:
Volunteers ALWAYS welcome and needed!

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com Click the logo or this link to  sign up here for spots and tasks throughout the entire 2017 season!

NOTE: Potential volunteers are always welcome to “shadow” a volunteer doing a task you are interested in learning how to do before you sign up for a market day volunteer spot next year.

Thanks to all who took the time to vote via the American Farmland Trust Annual Farmers Market Celebration last season!!! Our farmers market came in 1st in Massachusetts and #22 nationally in the “People’s Choice” and “Pillar of the Community” categories!! For more information, see :markets.farmland.org

As always, along with accepting credit and debit cards, we also proudly welcome SNAP/EBT transactions in exchange for “Market Bucks.” Our market continues to match SNAP/EBT purchases up to $10 per visit so all of our neighbors can afford to eat healthy local foods. Just stop by the Market Manager Tent to get your Market Bucks. Check back for updates on the new HIP program, brought to you by the USDA and being implemented this summer in Massachusetts.

The Wakefield Farmers Market runs RAIN OR SHINE (except in dangerous weather, e.g. lightning or hurricane conditions).  Our next summer season will run from  June 17 through October 14, 2017.Please visit  www.wakefieldfarmersmarket.org for a complete listing of vendors and upcoming events and to sign up for the email newsletter.  You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumbler! See you at the Market!Wendy Dennis and Heather Tribe
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