What’s happening at the June 10 Farmers’ Market

Early spring crops like asparagus, mushrooms, broccoli, lettuce and salad greens, kale, strawberries, radishes and garlic will be available at the Marblehead Farmers’ Market on Saturday, June 10. Shoppers can also find small quantities of carrots, peas and zucchini.

Several farms will be there, including Middle Earth, Grant Family, Bear Hill, Brookford, Clark and Cloutman, selling vegetables, fruit, eggs, mushrooms, plants, meat and cheese. Anything Grows (formerly Herb Pharmacy) will have cut flowers and herbs, too.

The weekly food vendors are A&J King Artisan Bakers and Bucovina Cuisines with Ukrainian Food. Crêpe du Jour will be at the market making crêpes to order. Valicenti Organico will be selling farm-made pasta and red gravy, and will be at the market every other week. Seafood Express will be at the market three Saturdays per month this year.

Scouts Troop 79 will be selling coffee, tea, lemonade and water.

Copper Dog Books will be at the market with a selection of books and are happy to take special orders.Tom Panniello of National Sharpening will be there June 10 to sharpen knives and other tools.

Also on June 10, Bartlett Tree Experts will be at the Sustainable Marblehead table giving away 250 lilac and spruce tree seedlings. It’s part of the Bartlett Legacy Tree Program, which has distributed more than 609,000 tree seedlings since 2014.
The Marblehead Farmers’ Market happens Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon, though November 19, behind the Veterans Middle School, rain or shine.

Snap benefits can be used to purchase eligible food items. For more information, visit marbleheadfm.com or email Steve at stevefowlermfm@gmail.com.

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