This fun-filled farmers’ market is returning for its ninth season from June 6th to September 26th, every Thursday, 12 – 5 PM, 2019, on the graceful grounds of the Congregational Church in beautiful, historic downtown Westborough. Featuring a range of local food producers and artisans such as Five Loaves Bakery, Dismas Family Farm, Nourse Farm, Yummy Mummy Brownies, Harvey’s Farm, Elsie Kaye Glassworks, Ackermann Maple Farm, Everything Jalapeno, Couet Farm and Formagerie, and more, the Westborough Farmers’ Market is a signature cultural and agricultural gathering place for Westborough and surrounding towns.
Beyond the farm fresh offerings of the market, there are free, weekly crafts for kids, and live music. We hope you will join us this season as we bring in the local harvest and celebrate our great town!
For weekly updates or to contact us, find us on Facebook at Westborough Farmers’ Market or email us at email@example.com.
Join us every Thursday, weather permitting, from 12 – 5 PM on the lawn of the Congregational Church, 57 West Main Street, in beautiful downtown Westborough!
The eighth season of the Westborough Farmers’ Market begins on Thursday, June 6th, from 12 – 5 PM, on the front lawn of the Congregational Church in downtown Westborough! All your favorite vendors will be there and will be joined by several new local farms and artisans! We will have our free kids’ craft table and weekly live music. We are looking forward to a great season of farm fresh produce, local maple syrup, honey, artisan cheeses, baked goods and more!
Westborough’s fun-filled Farmers’ Market returns in 2019 with weekly, free crafts for children and live music from local performers. Perennial favorites are returning like Big Jon Short and Steve Warnick; joined by new, local musicians, including the Hip Swayers and Westborough teacher Joe Stillitano! Join us Thursdays this summer for all the fun at the Congregational Church in beautiful downtown Westborough!
The residents of the Dismas Family Farm are busily preparing for the Westborough Farmers’ Market, planting vegetables, tending crops and caring for farm animals. At Dismas, men learn critical vocational skills and gain a new sense of self-worth and purpose. The Dismas Family Farm founded and operates the Westborough Farmers’ Market. For more information, visit our website at www.dismasisfamily.org.