2023 Local Farmers Market list
Shopping at your local Farmers Market is a great way to get delicious fruits and vegetables, fresh from the farm! Frequently, fruits and veggies sold in super markets have to be picked before they’ve fully ripened, sometimes 1-4 weeks before you buy them. Check out our 2023 local farmers market list below.
Eat fresh and delicious!
At a farmers market, you’re getting produce that has had time to fully ripen on the vine (or bush, or tree), when it will taste its very best. Farmers markets feature produce at the peak of season, so you can often find your favorites.
Try something new!
This is also a great way to try something new! Farmers love to share their favorite recipes, and they love to share the best ways to prepare the foods they are selling.
Visiting your local farmers market is also a fantastic way to stay engaged and connected to your community. By supporting local businesses and farmers, you are strengthening your community in a fun way!
|Andover Farmers Market
|41 Central St-South Church, Andover
|Jun 17-Oct 14
|Beverly Farmers Market
|Rantoul Street and Railroad Ave (Odell Park), Beverly
|Jun 5- Oct 2
|Copley Square Farmers Market
|139 St James Ave, Boston
|May 12-Nov 21
|Central Square Farmers Market
|76 Bishop Allen Dr., Cambridge
|May 15-Nov 20
|Everett Farmers Market
|538 Broadway, Everett
|Lexington Farmers Market
|Worthen Road Practice Field, Lexington
|May 30-Oct 31
|Medford Farmers Market
|Condon Shell Park, Mystic Valley Pkwy, Medford
|Jun 8-Oct 12
|Melrose Farmers Market
|Bowden Park, near the Cedar Park Train Station, Melrose
|Saugus Farmers Market
|Anna Parker Playground, Essex St, Saugus
|Jun – Oct
|Davis Square Farmers Market
|Day St & Herbert St, Somerville
|May 18 – Nov 23
|Stoneham Farmers Market
|Town Common, Main St, Stoneham
|Jun 2 – Sep 23
|Wakefield Farmers Market
|468 North Ave, Wakefield
|Jun 18 – Oct 29
|Wilmington Farmers Market
|140 Middlesex Ave (Swain Green), Lexington
|Jun 12- Oct 2
|Winchester Farmers Market
|Town Common, Winchester
|Jun 11 – Oct 29
However, if you’re looking for something in a different town, you can also use this USDA Farmers Market search tool!
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