Mount Hope Farm - Farmers Market - Outdoor Market Opening Day!

Posted by kblais820

After the rain made us stay in the barn one more week, we are finally moving to our spot in the field for the summer. This weekend come join us as we officially kick off the spring and summer season with a lot of new vendors as well as returning favorites. This week we will feature vegetables from Roots Farm, fresh fish for The Local Catch, mushrooms from RI Mushroom Co, cheese from Foxboro Cheese, herbs and flowers from Maplewood Farms, Ice cream from Chelsea's Creamery, and vegan desserts from Celebrated. Pick up gifts for grads, dads, or brides with our rotating selection of artisan vendors. This week The Fizz Witch will be in the field with her all natural bath bombs, Hannah Loves Flowers creates floral prints and cards, and new vendor More Than Words Can Say can help create customized gift baskets for all of your spring and summer parties.

We also are featuring FREE community yoga, provided by our friends from Beloved Yoga Studio 9-9:45, bring your own mat and water and start your day with some stretches and meditations in the field.

9-12:30 in the field! Plenty of free parking.

Credit, Debit, and SNAP accepted.

Are you interested in joining us this summer? The field is big enough for everyone and we would love to have you on board, you can email farmersmarket@mounthopefarm.org with any questions you might have.

Event Date
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Event time
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost / donation
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