Join us for the largest indoor farmers market in New England, 9am to 1pm every Saturday through April 28, 2018! The market features a wide variety of locally grown produce, poultry, meats, and cheeses; locally caught fish and shellfish; baked goods and prepared foods; value-added items like salsas, jams, sauces, ferments, pickles, kimchi, and krauts; self-care products, decorations, and seasonal gifts; and so much more!
EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF LOCAL FOODS
With two long, connected hallways filled with vendors — which we refer to as the Green hallway (1005 Main Street entrance) and Yellow hallway (999 Main Street entrance) — there’s something for everyone at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market! See a full rundown of this season’s vendors, including who will be rotating on or off each week.
This Saturday at the Market
This Saturday, our neighbor upstairs from the market — award-winning children’s book author Mark Binder — will be hosting a spring clearing sale in his studio 9:30am to 1pm. What’s on offer? Books for the kiddos and the grown-ups. Some are rare or out-of-print, while others are just awesome to read and share. Plus Mark will be signing copies! Visit the Mark Binder studio by heading upstairs at the front of either the Green or Yellow hallway and look for signs. Fan Special: Let Mark know you heard it here and get a free “Cinderella Spinderella” e-book gift card — no purchase necessary, just say hi!
VISITING CIVIC GROUPS
|Urban Greens Food Coop
Did you know that local composter Earth Appliance Organics picks up household food waste at the farmers market? Simply collect your food scraps (please, no non-food items) and bring them to the marked bins on Dudley Street, which runs alongside the Hope Artiste Village building, where the farmers market is held. You’ll see a small green space and a big row of compost bins! If your compost is traveling in a container or plastic bag, please dump the contents into the bin (and dispose of the container or plastic bag elsewhere).