Farmer’s Markets/Stands: Fresh produce and locally organized ingredients

One of the extraordinary matters about summer is all of the sparkling produce. If you’ve best been getting your food at the grocery store, you’re lacking out.

Several options are worth checking out, including one nowadays and some over the weekend.
In metropolis Farmstand

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday:

Chestnut Hill Farm‘s Farmstand is, without problems, located on Chestnut Hill Road. In addition to the sparkling produce grown right there, prepared ingredients from neighborhood providers, and now and again, even farm-raised meat. The stand is open from 2:00 – 6:00 pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays (throughout CSA hours). It’s additionally open on Saturday from nine:00 am – 2:00 pm. You can also sign up to join their produce and meat CSA.

While you’re there, you may swing using the goats to mention hello and test out the brand new show this summertime for youngsters – Storywalk at the Trails:

Laminated pages from a kids’ e-book are attached to wooden stakes alongside one of our farm’s trails. Walking down the path, you’re directed to the following page inside the tale.

Farmer’s Markets

Hopefully, Southborough’s Fay School will bring its weekly Farmers Market back in the fall. Until then, there isn’t one in Southborough. But you shouldn’t have to travel far to find one. There’s a farmers marketplace open nearby five days, in keeping with the week in a neighboring city.


Ashland Farmers Market – Open Saturdays from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm through October 12, on one hundred twenty-five Front Street.

Featuring over 25 vendors (such as produce, meat, eggs, organized meals, and artisan items), a network and city table, stay track, occasion days, meal demos, and the Kids’ Corner.


Hopkinton Farmers Market – Open Sundays from 1:00 – five:00 pm through October thirteen, at the Hopkinton Common (corner of Marathon Way and Ash St).

Featuring: produce, meat, bread, prepared ingredients, and artisans.


Hudson Farmers’ Market – Open Tuesdays from 3:00- 6:00 pm (except July 2) through September 24 at Unitarian Church, eighty Main Street

Featuring sparkling culmination, veggies, wine, meat, dairy, eggs, baked items, organized meals, and extra, plus occasional stay music.


Shrewsbury Farmers Market—It will be open Wednesdays from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. starting September 25 at the Shrewsbury Senior Center Parking Lot, 98 Maple Ave (at the back of Shrewsbury Town Hall).

I am featuring fresh culmination and vegetables together with areas of expertise in Asian and micro-inexperienced produce. Local, grass-fed, unfastened range and antibiotic unfastened meats, including sausages, floor meats, nuts, eggs, and cheese: artisan and hand-crafted baked items, gourmand muffins, fudge, alpaca fleece merchandise, and more.


The Westborough Farmer’s Market is open Thursdays from midday to 6:00 pm through September 28 at the Congregational Church in downtown Westborough.

Featuring Dozens of varieties of fresh veggies, cage-unfastened eggs, Massachusetts maple syrup, wine, pork, lamb, red meat, freshly baked bread, truffles, and artisan goods. They also stay on track with a children’s interest/craft each week.

Framingham Farmers’ Market—Open Thursdays from midday to 5:30 p.m. through October 11, at the Village Green/Center Common (60 Edgell Road).

I am featuring Farm sparkling produce, grass-fed red meat, red meat, fowl, eggs, fresh fish, bread, neighborhood wine, artists, and food artisans.

Marlborough Farmer’s Market – Open Thursdays from 3:00- 6:30 pm (except July 4) via September 25 at Main Street-Union Common

It features fresh vegetables, organic crafts, pastries, granola, jam, and more.

Nation info on markets and farms you’re interested in going similarly afield, you could check out the country’s listing/map of farms and markets here.

You can also look at our Wicked Local list of farm stands inside the region, from Amesbury to Weston.

Did I leave out something? If you want to share your favorite nearby places to get fresh food, remark under.

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