The ground may be frozen, but you can still get your hands on fresh, local produce at local indoor farmers’ markets.
The Sandywoods Center for the Arts in Tiverton hosts an indoor farmers’ market from 4-7 p.m. every Thursday through May 16.
Vendors will offer jams and jellies, honey, gourmet roasted coffee, clam chowder, fresh shellfish, alpaca hats and gloves, breads and cakes, pasture-raised meat and poultry, sandwiches and tacos, granola and eggs and fresh produce.
Confirmed market vendors include Cory’s Kitchen, Provencal Bakery and Cafe, Beresford of Tiverton, Moonlight Rose Alpacas, Acacia Cafe Food Truck, Aquidneck Honey, The Coffee Guy, Primo Granola, Silverbrook Farm, NorthStar Farm, New England Clam Jams, Seapowet Shellfish, Proofed Artisan and Traditional Breads, Quansett Gardens and Karma Clean.
The market will also feature live music. Admission is free. The market is located at 43 Muse Way (take Roosevelt Drive off Bulgarmarsh Road).
For more information, e-mail program coordinator Russ Smith at email@example.com, or call 401/241-7349.The regular Mt. Hope Winter Farmers’ Market continues from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays at Mt. Hope Farm, 300 Metacom Ave., Bristol.
The market showcases many local vendors selling fresh produce, meat and fish, along with baked goods and other treats.
There will also be live music, demonstrations, kids’ activities, knife-sharpening, clothing and electronics drives and more.
The indoor market runs through April, when it moves outside. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weekly Aquidneck Winter Growers Market is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at St. Mary’s Church Parish Hall, 324 East Main Road, Portsmouth.
Many local vendors sell fresh produce, meat and fish and gourmet items every Saturday through May 11.
For more information, call 401/848-0099.Add to favorites