Due to illness, On The Edge Knife Sharpening needs to cancel this week but will be back on 10/14.
Also – Along with the 10:30 story time, the Pop-Up Library will offer supplies (as long as they last) for kids to make nature suncatchers from paper plates, ribbon, contact paper, and bits of nature that the kids can collect!
Banjos AND a Fiddle! Cheese is REALLY Back! 🙂 Weather looks great!
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our next market day.
Please be sure to 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.
- Pop Up Library – Story AND craft for kids!
- Wakefield Memorial High School Alumni Foundation
- Sasquatch Woodworks
- Be U by Rumi
- Click HERE for the September 9 recipe!
*Our cooking demo chef Suman Shah has a wonderful website where she now posts the recipes she creates at our market along with her recipes and suggestions for a healthy and delicious vegetarian diet. Be sure to check it out
Fork on a Road at forkonaroad.com/
Click HERE for this week’s vendor specials and news. It gets updated as the week goes on, so check back, too!
Click HERE for the latest vendor schedule!
Before we go on, don’t forget:
Volunteers ALWAYS welcome and needed!
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.
It is time to vote again via the American Farmland Trust Annual Farmers Market Celebration! Our farmers market came in 1st in Massachusetts and #22 nationally last year. For more information and TO VOTE: see:markets.farmland.org
The market offers “Market Bucks” that can be purchased for use with vendors via credit/debit cards or SNAP/EBT, and will again be matching SNAP purchases up to $10 per visit so that everyone can afford to get fresh and healthy foods at our market. Plus, for SNAP folks: HIP is here! Use your EBT card to shop with Farmer Dave’s first, THEN get your additional market bucks. Click HERE to learn about HIP, 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