(11.5) Back indoors at the Hope Artiste Village. The market has taken over both the 999 Main Street and 1005 Main Street corridors, with food trucks in between. Farm Fresh Rhode Island reports that over 80 vendors now participate.
For this 2016-2017 season, over 80 vendors will be selling their locally grown products, including vegetables, apples, cranberries and other produce; seafood, meats, poultry, and eggs; artisanal cheeses, breads, gluten-free and other baked goods; lotions, soaps, cosmetics, candles, honey, pickles, sauces, salsas and preserves; chocolates, nuts, juices, teas, coffee and other beverages; prepared foods and food trucks; flowers, plants, wreaths and more!
No dogs allowed per R.I. Health Department . . . and really, think about it. Compost drop-off is available to customers outside on Dudley Street.
Seen here is a squash-and-tater still life from the archives which may not reflect current pricing of those same goods. But Schartner Farms continues to vend. And don’t forget to bring in your dull knives — Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Go here for complete list of vendors with map.
Wintertime Farmers Market, 9am to 1pm, Saturday, November 5, 1005 Main Street, Pawtucket, (directions)