Thanks for a fantastic summer season!

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The 23rd season of the Sally Frank’s Farmers’ Market has come to a close and
we’d like to send a great big THANK YOU to everyone who helped make it one of the most successful ever.

The monthly  Melrose Wakefield (MeWa) Winter Farmers Market will be held at Memorial Hall starting November 20, 2016.  The 2017 summer market will run on Thursdays starting June 8 until October 26.

There were so people who made the 2016 summer farmers’ market possible, whether you were a vendor, shopper, volunteer, performer, nonprofit, local business, farmers’ market planner, bike repairer, Master Gardener, musician, or City staff member— it takes a community to make a farmers market. Continue reading

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Oct. 27 Market: Last outdoor market of the year

Ackermann Maple Farm will be at the market this Thursday.

Ackermann Maple Farm will be at the market this Thursday.

Many of our non-weekly vendors will be at the market this Thursday to help us celebrate our last outdoor market of the year, including Ackermann Maple Farm, Jaju Pierogi and On the Edge Knife Sharpening. It’s been a very successful season for our market, but we are always sad to see the last day arrive. Here’s this week’s schedule:

2 p.m. Market opens, shop for wholesome fruits, vegetables, cheese, meats, fish, pasta, honey, eggs and more and support your Melrose community.

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Oct. 20 Market: Order your Thanksgiving turkey and your holiday tree at the market

Shady Pine Farm will be taking orders for Thanksgiving turkeys at the market.

Shady Pine Farm will be taking orders for Thanksgiving turkeys at the market.

This week  Foxboro Cheese is featuring a Maple Fromage Blanc, The Popover Lady will have the popovers and bread plus apple, blueberry and cherry pies and Dicks Market Garden will have apples, sweet potatoes, wild mushrooms, celery, parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts, cabbage, asian greens, kale and tomatoes.

Full schedule below:

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