This market is a purveyor of fresh and locally produced fruits, vegetables, flowers, breads, pies, cookies, herbs, and more. Discover all the tastes of New England. Email: email@example.com.
Dates and Hours:late June to mid October; Saturdays; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
50 Water Street at the Tannery MarketplaceNewburyport, MAPhone: 978-457-6644
Pick up tasty local veggies, cheese, flowers, and more. Market is held early June through fall and winter, ending early April. Dates and Hours: Summer market starts early June; Sundays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Fall and winter markets continue through early April. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mill Pond Parking Lot, Main Street / Route 62Maynard, MAPhone: 617-728-2425
This market features produce, dairy, meats, baked goods, honey, and cut flowers. The Market also offers educational and cultural events and information about the town's civic groups. Plenty of free parking. Rain or shine. Email: MaynardFarmersMarket@gmail.com.
Covid changes: Market will have a one-way path, and vendors will handle items for shoppers. Hand sanitizer will be provided. Please leave children at home if possible. No pets allowed. Six-feet distancing rules apply.
Dates and hours:June 27 through October 26; Saturdays; 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Marblehead Veterans Middle School, 217 Pleasant Street (enter from Vine Street)Marblehead, MAPhone:
Vendors at this market specialize in fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese, local honey and a variety of hand-crafted products like pottery, handbags, fine art, jewelry and much more. Initial market will mainly feature farms and food with more vendors to come. Email: email@example.com
Covid changes: Market is cordoned off, with entrance at one point, markers indicating one-way flow, double tables to separate customers from vendors. No dogs or reusable bags; keep six feet apart. Please shop alone and keep the trip as abbreviated as possible. Restroom for vendors only.
Several vendors offer online ordering and pick-up at the market.
Dates and hours: June-November; Saturdays; 9 a.m.-noon
Produce, beef, pork, fish and seafood, bagels, bread, coffee, pasta, maple syrup, salads, empanadas, honey, tea, wine, desserts, pickles, jam, fudge. Special events include pet photos with Santa, alpacas, chicken-keeping seminar, bee-keeping seminar, music, tarot card readings. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid changes: touch-free curbisde pickup at 978-256-9991, ext. 0; or order online
Dates and hours: early November to late February 24; Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Bentley School parking lot (south side), 25 Memorial DriveSalem, MAPhone: 978-744-0004
Currently, only food vendors (farms, seafood, bakeries, prepared foods) are selling.
Covid changes: Only 100 people allowed in the market at a given time; single-person shopping is encouraged. One-way traffic. No bathroom access for visitors. Reusable bags are OK if they are only touched by the shopper and not handed to vendors. No dogs allowed.
Dates and hours-- June 11 to October 13; Thursdays,;3-7 p.m.
Veterans Memorial Park, 150 Rantoul Street and Railroad AvenueBeverly, MAPhone: 978-473-9891
Vendors at the Beverly Farmers Market provide fresh vegetables and herbs, specialty Asian vegetables and herbs, fruits, flowers, honey and sauces, seafood, gourmet organic dog treats, ceramic art, local woodcraft, massage and music. This is a beautiful market in a child friendly, dog friendly, picnic friendly park.
Covid changes: Consider pre-ordering from vendors (https://www.beverlyfarmersmarket.org/vendors); no curbside pickup at this time; enter market at corner of Rantoul Street and Broadway; sign up for the e-newsletter for up-to-date information and market safety tips.
Dates and hours: June 13 to October 13; Mondays; 3-7 p.m.,