The Marblehead Farmers’ Market Oct. 22

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The Marblehead Farmers’ will run for five more weeks through Nov. 19.   Autumns bounty is upon us.  Pumpkins, apples, potatoes, leeks, peppers, onions, winter squashes, radishes, fennel, cranberries, and a large selection of both salad and cooking greens are now available.  There are some summer crops such as tomatoes still trickling in.

Farms will also have pork, eggs, beef, chicken, cheese, cured meats, cut flowers, maple products, honey, and much more.

Farms this season are: Grant Family Farm with farm fresh eggs, cut flowers, and vegetables.  Bear Hill Farm will have pork, vegetables, and local fruit. Brookford Farm will have vegetables, meat, cheese, fermented products, and cured meats.  Iron Ox farm will have vegetables.  Clark Farm will have vegetables and local fruit.  Folsom’s Sugarhouse will have maple syrup and other maple products.  Cloutman Farm will be at the market with mushrooms.  Al’s Hives and Honey will be at the market with honey and other products. 

Winters Fields Farm will be at the market with vegetables this week.

Boy Scout Troop 79 will be serving hot or iced coffee and tea.  They also have lemonade and water.

National Sharpening will be at the market this and every other week to sharpen knives and tools.

Weekly food vendors this season are A&J King Bakery and Bucovina Cuisines with Ukrainian Food. 

Copper Dog Books will be at the market with a selection of books and will take special orders.

Snap processing will not be available on Saturday the 22, but will return on 10/29.

The Marblehead Farmers’ Market takes place from 9am-noon on Saturdays through November 19 behind the Marblehead Veterans’ Middle School (accessed via Vine St), rain or shine.  For more information see or email Steve at

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