Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Farmers Market, Walpole, Mass., Held Every Wednesday 3-8 p.m. Through October

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The summer season brings us many opportunities in New England to visit Farmers Markets in some truly wonderful communities. A recent newcomer to the scene is the Walpole Farmers Market to be held every Wednesday, from 3:00 - 8:00 p.m., rain or shine, through October in downtown Walpole, Mass (municipal parking lot across from Stone Field).

A southwest Boston suburb, Walpole offers a nice small-town personality, thus, providing a nice setting for a Farmers Market.  The Walpole Farmers Market, according to Walpole's Economic Development Office, features locally-grown high quality and nutritious foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables, local artisan baked goods, teas, spices, and arts and craft items. The Farmers Market Committee encourages you to come back often as products change throughout the season.  

Whether a local resident, vacationer in Boston, or anyone else looking for a nice, inexpensive "staycation" day trip, this weekly event sounds like a great summer activity.  Plus, you're helping the local economy by supporting the hard-working farmers and other local vendors in the region.

If interested in volunteering at the Farmers Market or becoming a vendor, please contact Stephanie Mercandetti at (508) 660-7352 or smercandetti@walpole-ma.gov.

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