Machias Valley Farmers Market

The Official Site Of The Machias Valley Farmers Market " Buy Local"
 
 
 

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The main purpose of the Machias Valley Farmers' Market is to help local growers and artists/craftspeople
to earn a living selling their products locally and to provide the good people of the Machias Valley area with access to a variety of locally grown plants, produce, arts & crafts
 
 
 
 
 
FUN, Family And Farm Fresh Food The Machias Valley Farmers Market!
 
Bring your family and friends and join the fun.
 
Featuring The Best Of the Best  
 
Fruits,Vegetables,and many other Items Grown and Raised Locally.
 
Spend some time talking to your local farmers and having a great time learning 
what makes our community unique.
 
 
The Machias Valley Farmers Market
Invites all of Washington County
Maine and the world to visit us today
 
"BUY LOCAL"
 
The Machias Valley Farmers' Market will start in early May. 
 
Look for vendors on Rte. 1 near the farmers' market sign on the dike, across from Helen's.
 
Watch for the seasonal progression of annual bedding plants, hanging baskets, hardy perennials, vegetable seedlings, beet greens, peas, cukes, tomatoes, blueberries, winter squash, cranberries and a whole lot more.  Remember to buy local this year!
 
 
 
  
 

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Beginning In May!
 
 
The market will officially be open

Fridays & Saturdays

9 AM - 1 PM

& other days during

peak of season 2015

 
Some vendors will be there daily during plant season and blueberry season.
 
Don't forget to ask your grower about their market schedule.
 
Get locally grown plants and proper varieties of plants adapted to our area. 
 
Get fresh locally grown produce.
 
Call your favorite local grower and ask them to bring you the Item you desire right to the market. 
 
Get plants & produce not available in supermarkets. 
 
 Money spent at the market stays in the area. 
Supporting local businesses Is a win win deal for everyone .
 
Also it's more fun. Producers and customers get to know each other.  People see friends and have a chance to chat.
 
 Local civic groups are invited to use a table to do infomational displays, raffles, bake sales, fundraisers etc.
 
Contact Barbara Anthony
255-8556.