Schoolyard Market

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Come for breakfast, stay for lunch, leave with dinner! Schoolyard Market is a summertime farmers-makers market at Hope & Main featuring a dynamic lineup of Rhode Island and Massachusetts-based food, beverage and artisan vendors! Find hundreds of locally grown produce, coffee, tea, baked goods, confections, meats, seafood, pet treats, body care products, kitchen wares and more.

This market is unique. This marketplace is more than shopping. Visitors are invited to get involved! Help start-up companies in our Incubator Program grow and develop by providing feedback, dig into a hands-on workshop or get inspired at one of our demonstrations or talks.

Find us in the former schoolyard of our century-old building, the Town of Warren’s old Main Street School.

Visit by car, bike, bus or on foot! Parking is plentiful in our beautiful, walkable neighborhood, including nearby municipal lots. We’re also a convenient stop on the RIPTA #60 line and we’re at the Franklin Street intersection of the East Bay Bike Path.

Well-behaved, leashed pets welcome.


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Event Dates
Sunday from Sunday, June 17, 2018 through Sunday, October 28, 2018
Event time
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Cost / donation

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