The Marblehead Farmers’ Market on July 15 will offer a cornucopia of fresh produce, including cucumbers, peas, zucchini, summer squash, fresh onions, broccoli, beets, radishes, carrots, hothouse tomatoes and a variety of salad and cooking greens. Eggs, pork, cut flowers, herbs, microgreens, potted plants and more will also be available.
Participating farms are Anything Grows, Middle Earth Farm, Grant Family Farm, Bear Hill Farm, Clark Farm and Nick Cloutman, who will bring mushrooms. Al’s Hives and Honey will also be there.
National Sharpening will provide knife and tool sharpening services. Weekly food vendors include A&J King Artisan Bakers and Bucovina Cuisines. Olive World will have olives, olive oil, tapenades and culinary argan oil, while Liv Healthy Granola will present a variety of granola flavors.
Craft vendors Amy Kostecki and Angela Cook will showcase jewelry and ceramics, respectively. Scouts BSA Troop 79 will serve coffee, tea, lemonade and water.
Seafood Express is also slated to attend the market. Customers can place preorders at seafoodex.com. Copper Dog Books will offer a selection of books and take special orders. Steve Rapson and Pat Gallagher will provide live music.
The community booth will be hosted by Friends of the Council on Aging. Grant Family Farm is now processing HIP benefits.
The Marblehead Farmers’ Market, open 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays through Nov. 19, is located behind Marblehead Veterans’ Middle School, with access via Vine Street, and operates rain or shine. SNAP benefits can be used to purchase eligible food items. For more information, visit marbleheadfm.com or email Steve Fowler at email@example.com.