See what’s coming to the Marblehead Farmers’ Market

The season’s first corn, tomatoes and peppers have arrived at the Marblehead Farmers’ Market. Shoppers can also expect cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini, beets, carrots, potatoes, onions, fennel and a large selection of cooking and salad greens.

This week’s attending farms are Middle Earth Farm with vegetables, Grant Family Farm with fresh eggs and vegetables, Bear Hill Farm with pork and vegetables, Brookford Farm from Canterbury, New Hampshire, with vegetables, meat, cheese and cured meats. Clark Farm will bring local fruit and vegetables. Anything Grows will offer vegetables, plants, cut flowers and herbs. Cloutman Farm and Al’s Hives and Honey will be at the market with mushrooms, honey and other related products, respectively.

Old Stone Farm from West Newbury is a new attendee and will be a weekly presence. They will have vegetables, berries and cut flowers.

Erinn Brown, a singer-songwriter, will be performing.

Sustainable Marblehead will be the community guest. The Conservancy and Recycling booth will be staffed by Moma Robertson, Sandra Winter, Richard Thibedeau and Pam Roberts.

A&J King Artisan Bakers and Bucovina Cuisines, offering Ukrainian food, will be the weekly food vendors. Crêpe du Jour will be at the market making crêpes to order. Valicenti Organico will be offering their farm-made pasta and red gravy every other week. Liv Healthy Granola will offer a variety of flavors.

Seafood Express will be at the market this Saturday.

Scouts BSA Troop 79 will be brewing coffee and tea, and will also offer lemonade and water.

Craft vendors include Cyndi Aldrich with crystals, Jenna Diorio, Erin O’Reilly with crocheted items and woodworker Ted Thomas.

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

Grant Family Farm can now accept HIP benefits.

The Marblehead Farmers’ Market takes place from 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays through Nov. 19 behind Marblehead Veterans’ Middle School (accessed via Vine Street), rain or shine. SNAP benefits can be used to purchase eligible food items. For more information, visit or email Steve at

+ posts

Leave a Reply