Middle Earth Farm will have vegetables. Grant Family Farm will be offering fresh eggs, cut flowers, and vegetables. Bear Hill Farm will have pork, vegetables, and local fruit. Brookford Farm from Canterbury, NH will have vegetables, meat, cheese, fermented products and cured meats. Anything Grows (Formerly The Herb Farmacy) will have herbs, vegetables, and flower arrangements. Clark Farm will have vegetables and local fruit. Valicenti Organico will be offering their farm made pasta and red gravy. Cloutman Farm will be at the market with mushrooms. Al’s Hives and Honey will be at the market with honey and other products. O’Brien’s Gardem Center will have potted plants and hanging baskets.
Attendees can expect to find tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, summer squash, fresh onions, cabbage, beets, radishes, carrots, mushrooms, as well as a wide variety of salad and cooking greens, cut flowers, potted plants and much more.
ARotating food vendors are Crepe du Jour, Piping Plover Baking, Seafood Express and LivHealthy Granola.
Weekly food vendors this season are A&J King Bakery and Bucovina Cuisines with Ukrainian Food.
Troop 79 will be brewing coffee and serving lemonade and water.
Copper Dog Books will have a selection of books available at the market and will take special orders.
Craft vendors will be Wyard on Crarts and the North Shore Glass School.
The environmental booth will feature the Marblehead Conservancy and will be staffed by volunteers Chris Cudihy and Sandra Winter.
Steve Rapson and Gallager will be the performer.
Tom Panniello of National Sharpening will be at the Market this week, to sharpen knives and other tools.
The Marblehead Farmers’ Market takes place from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays through Nov. 19 behind the Marblehead Veterans’ Middle School (accessed via Vine St), rain or shine. Snap benefits can be used to purchase eligible food items. There are currently no HIP approved vendors. For more information see www.marbleheadfm.com or email Steve at email@example.com