NOTE: OUR MARKET OPERATES RAIN OR SHINE. IN HEAVY RAIN, YOU’LL STILL FIND FARMERS AND FOOD VENDORS. CRAFTERS WITH WEATHER-SENSITIVE GOODS MAY CANCEL. FOR VENDOR UPDATES ON SATURDAY, PLEASE CONTACT [email protected] THANK YOU!!!
Ms. Scarlet, in the parking lot, with a bounty of tomatoes — no, was it Colonel Mustard atop a Cornucopia kielbasa dagwood? Surely not Mr. Grateful Green with his pea shoots… and are we sure about Professor Plum, …
We’re thrilled to announce that on Saturday, Williamstown Theatre Festival’s talented apprentices will be entertaining us with songs from musical theater as well as pop rock tunes. They’ll be singing and playing from 9AM-11AM, all free of course! Our picnic tables with umbrellas provide front-row seats, and you can enjoy a farm-to-market breakfast while you’re listening. We’re hoping to make this an annual event – something not to be missed!
Leafy greens. Beefy meets. Don’t let your summer float by without a taste of East Mountain Farm‘s sausages, fantastic in a pasta with a little Peace Valley broccoli rabe or atop a heaping pile of Bigfoot kale. And for the first time this summer — watermelons from Mighty Food!
The inspiration and methods behind Williamstown’s newest farm. This is the first in a series of articles designed to introduce our vendors to the community.
Bigfoot Farm is cut out of land that slopes down a shallow hill in Williamstown, MA. It’s surrounded by two fences, one a single wire strung up along wooden posts, and the next a net hung three feet inside the first. The two combine to stymy the local deer, …
Saturday, July 28th with be a VERY busy day for farmers markets all along Route 2 from Williamstown to North Adams – and there’s time to visit them all! Both Williamstown and North Adams Farmers Markets are open 9AM -1PM, and located in between – just a stone’s throw from each – is Heirloom by design at Greylock Works. Heirloom will be in action 10:30AM-6:00PM, celebrating the Berkshires’ passion for authentic, handcrafted design and local food. …
Treat yourself to a vendor bender this week — it’s a good time to do it! We’ll have artichokes, tomatoes, eggplants, and ribs, not to mention sunshine, scones, and pita. We can’t think of anything more fun than eating fresh-picked blueberries while listening to jazz, or any better place to do it!
This week, stop by the Show-Score booth to learn about their theater reviews and promotions, and come to the market info booth for new Spring Street coupons and market tote bags! …
We’ve just begun a new coupon program with some of Williamstown’s favorite local businesses! Stop by our info tent on Saturdays 9am-1pm to pick up coupons to Tunnel City, Lickety Split, Spring Street Market and Cafe, the Smoothie Spot, Ruby Sparks, or Empire Antiques. This summer is all about Spring!
Last week brought the biggest bustle we’ve seen this summer, but we think there’s more bustle in us yet! This week, brunch on buttery, fruit-topped waffles and feta-filled omelets, then munch on sugar snap peas and spicy kimchi. It’s time for blueberries, sunflowers, and slow-paced summer mornings.
- NEW Bigfoot Farm – Brian and Lucy will have salad mix, head lettuce, cilantro,
The seventh day of the seventh month and by golly, it’s a market day. Word on the street is that it’s going to be a beautiful weekend. Word in the parking lot is that Cornucopia has new salads made with Bigfoot greens and R & G cheeses, which might pair nicely with a discounted smoothie from Nature’s Closet, a rhubarb streusel muffin from Chris’s Kitchen, …
We’re leaving June saturated in color — greens, reds, yellows, and purples brighten our farmers’ tables as their summer produce leaves the ground. R and G adds blue to our spectrum with their semi-soft and Ballston blue cheeses, delicious on a crunchy baguette or crumbled over kale. Also this week, stop by our booth to enter a raffle for a free tote bag!