Pawtucket/ Wintertime Farmers Market


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This event finished on 06 May 2015


Pawtucket winter time farmers marketThe Pawtucket/ Wintertime Farmers Market offers local food in every season. The chickens are still laying eggs. The salad greens are so leafy and crisp. The onions and garlic are packing spice. The apples and squashes are getting sweeter by the day. Join us for the start of another 365 days of local food. Chefs and eaters, one and all, come enjoy all that grows in Rhode Island year-round!

ALL WINTER (AND SPRING) LONG: Lettuces, arugula, bok choi, kale, collards, cabbage, chard, apples, cider, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, leeks, garlic, radishes, fresh herbs, beets, carrots, parsnips, turnips, winter squash, oysters, beef, pork, lamb, Narragansett Creamery cheese, eggs, honey, maple syrup

Also, find these special items in the following months!

DECEMBER: Wreaths and swag, broccoli, cauliflower

FEBRUARY: rosemary, thyme

MARCH: maple syrup, salad greens, chard, bok choi, cilantro, parsley

APRIL: ramps, asparagus, fiddleheads

ALSO from local producers: jams, jellies, artisan breads and pastries, gluten-free breads, chocolates, fair-trade coffee hot or by the pound, gifts for your favorite foodie

The Wintertime Farmers Market started in Providence in 2007 inside AS220 with 10-12 farms and producers. The market quickly outgrew the performance space and in 2008 jumped just across the Providence / Pawtucket line to the south hall of Hope Artiste Village, where the Wintertime Market opened its third season in 2009 with over 50 farms and producers. In 2010, the market expanded to a second day: Wednesday evenings. In 2013, we expanded into both the 1005 and 99 hallways of Hope Artiste Village.

Food Stamps / SNAP:
Farm Fresh offers $2 free for every $5 for customers using their EBT cards (SNAP). Thanks to Bank RI, The Rhode Island Foundation, June Rockwell Levy Foundation, Wholesome Wave, and your donations.

Recycling:
Available at the Main St side of the market hallway. You can now also drop off clean Egg Cartons and Berry Cartons for re-use by farmers and all of Providence’s new backyard chicken keepers.

Knife Sharpening:
Poorboy Sharpening is a knife and sharps sharpening service run by Kevin Wyer. His hobby turned in to a profession 3 years ago in Maine and has been sharpening knives for people at Farmers Markets ever since. In addition to the sharpening service, he also has knives for sale that have been recycled, rescued and refurbished.

*There are no dogs allowed in the indoor Wintertime Farmers Market. Sorry!

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