At the July 29 Farmers’ Market, shoppers will find corn, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, summer squash, fresh onions, cabbage, beets, potatoes, beans, carrots and mushrooms. There will also be a wide variety of salad and cooking greens, cut flowers, potted plants and more.
Participating farms include: Anything Grows, Middle Earth Farm, Grant Family Farm, Bear Hill Farm, Clark Farm, Old Stone Farm and Nick Cloutman, who offers mushrooms.
National Sharpening will be there to sharpen knives and other tools. This week’s food vendors are A&J King Artisan Bakers and Bucovina Cuisines, which serves Ukrainian food. Olive World will offer olives, olive oil, tapenades and culinary Argan oil.
Craft vendors include Amy Kostecki with jewelry, Angela Cook with ceramics, the North Shore Glass School, Seaweed Studio and Molly Brandt.
Scouts BSA Troop 79 will be serving coffee, tea, lemonade and water. Copper Dog Books will have a selection of books available and will take special orders.
The featured performer is Julie Dougherty, playing guitar, accompanied by Woody Woodward on bass.
Grant Family Farm now processes HIP benefits.
The Marblehead Farmers’ Market runs 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 buy eligible food items. For more information, visit marbleheadfm.com or email Steve Fowler at email@example.com.