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9/21/2019 - The Market of the Harvest Moon and Family Day

Fall begins and brings with it the Market of the Harvest Moon, our biggest market of the year! Things are changing...even the light of day as it filter through the trees seems different. Time to start thinking of cole crops - brussel sprouts, cabbage and hearty stock. Fall squashes will be on the march to market along with everybody;'s favorite, pumpkins...
We also celebrate the family with a day of special activities, including a bounce house, face painter, pancake breakfast and more.

9/28/2019 - Farmers Market Week #20

10/5/2019 - Polish American Day

Witamy! Welcome to our fourth annual Polish American Day at the Market, featuring made-to-order pierogi, polish sausage, potato pancakes, cabbage soup and more including authentic baked goods and treats. Savor the food while you enjoy Piwo and authentic polish beer specially brewed by the Farmington Brewery. With live music by the Kielbasa Kings and costumed dancers. it doesn't get more authentic than this. Come polka in downtown Farmington!

10/12/2019 - Farmers Market Week #22

Not many weeks remain for you to stroll through the aisles of the Farmers Market. The nip in the air and the profusion of such fall produce as pumpkins and squashes tell you that our 26th season is winding down. These are precious days at the Market; don't miss them!
 

10/19/2019 - Vendor Appreciation Day

It's our pentultimate market, one tinged with a seasonal chill but warmed by the appreciation of all the effort that goes into pulling together this amazing community. That's why we call this Saturday Vendor Appreciation Day. Come show our farmers and artisans what they've meant to the market this summer.

10/26/2019 - The Haunted Market and special POP! Party

The Market's grand finale of special events, the annual Haunted Market is a trick or treat delight, and the whole town gets in on the fun. Come to Market to find pumpkin decorating, trick or treating at surrounding stores and scary market vendors. And the POP! people will bring their own kind of tricks, with gobs of pumpkin guts, and treats. Come ... if you dare ...