Peacham Farmers' Market
Peacham Farmers’ Market runs from June 14th to October 4th on Thursdays from 3 pm to 6 pm on the Academy Green on Bayley-Hazen Road in Peacham Corner. With around 17 vendors each week, Peacham Farmers’ Market provides a wonderful and friendly farmers’ market experience.
Capital City Farmers' Market
The Capital City Farmers’ Market in Montpelier is host to over 50 vendors with a wide selection of fresh, local produce as well as artisans and prepared foods vendors selling creative products such as blown glass, cutting boards, Peruvian and Mexican foods, and special drinks such as Sandia and Vermont maple milk. The Capital City Farmers’ Market runs from May through October downtown on the corner of State and Elm Streets from 9 am to 1 pm. During the winter, the Market is the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month at the Vermont College of Fine Arts Gym (45 College Street). There is also a Thanksgiving market the Saturday before Thanksgiving at Montpelier High School.
Bellows Falls Farmers' Market
The market in Bellows Falls, located at the Waypoint Center on Depot Street, is a diverse market featuring a great mix of agricultural, craft and prepared vendors, as well as frequent special events. The market runs weekly on Fridays from May through October, 4:00-7:00pm.
Bristol Farmers' Market
The Bristol Farmers Market, established 14 years ago, has really progressed into a full-fledged market, offering a range of activities for community members of all ages. Its mission states “It is the purpose of the Bristol Farmers’ Market to provide an outlet for local people to sell their farmed goods, prepared foods, crafts and services, while providing area residents with convenient access to a variety of local products in a festive, family-friendly community atmosphere.” This really says it all, as each week, this market draws in customers from all over in celebration of community and local food.
Since its beginning last September, the Putney Farmers' Market has made great strides in connecting farmers and community members. Its mission states “The Putney Farmers' Market is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support local agriculture by providing a direct marketing outlet for agricultural producers and food and craft artisans, while building community and providing regional sustainability,” and so far, it has exceeded these goals. The Putney Farmers' Market takes place Sundays from 11 to 2 right off of route 5, across from the Putney Co-op.
Chelsea Farmers' Market
The Chelsea Farmers' Market, although over 20 years old, has recently undergone several changes, making it one of the most up-and-coming markets in Vermont. With such a variety of products, customers will almost always be able to find whatever it is they are looking for, and then some. Please visit the Chelsea Farmers' Market every Friday on the North Common in downtown Chelsea from 3 to 6:30 pm!
Five Corners Farmers' Market
The Five Corners Farmers' Market in downtown Essex Junction is a bustling market in its first year. Please visit the Five Corners Farmers’ Market and see our success. Our 30 vendors feature local organic and conventional produce, baked goods, grass-fed beef, wines, cheeses, honey, perennials, sauces, breads, maple products, crafts and much more. Located in the heart of downtown Essex Junction on Lincoln Place each Friday from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.