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New Bedford Farmers Markets 2012

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Michael Silvia
by Michael Silvia

It’s summertime again in New Bedford, which means great weather, visits to local beaches and of course farmers’ markets. Farmers’ markets provide us with fresh, locally-grown and often organic, produce at a great price. As a supporter of small business and someone that ensures vegetables make up the majority of every meal, I visit farmers’ markets every chance I get. From early July through late October, New Bedford hosts three farmers’ markets on three different days of the week. Here is a list of the three New Bedford farmers’ market locations with times and details on each.

New Bedford Farmers’ Markets List

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Clasky Common Farmers Market

Brooklawn Park Farmers’ Market (July 9th – Oct 29th, 2012)
Location: Brooklawn Park, Ashley Blvd Entrance east of Carlisle Street
Time: Mondays, 2-6pm
Details: Shoppers can pay with Cash, WIC FMNP Coupons, or Seniors’ Coupons.

Downtown New Bedford Farmers’ Market (July 12th – October 25th, 2012)
Location: New Bedford Public Library (613 Pleasant Street) front steps.
Time: Thursdays, 2-6pm
Details: Shoppers can pay with Cash, WIC FMNP Coupons, or Seniors’ Coupons. The location could change between the library location and Wings Court.

Clasky Common Farmers’ Market (July 7th – October 27th, 2012)
Location: Pleasant Street, between Pope and Pearl Streets
Time: Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Details: Cash, SNAP/EBT, WIC FMNP Coupons, or Seniors’ Coupons.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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