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Farmers' market to take place from 2 to 6:30 Wednesday

Watch ACMi's video of the farmers' market.

The Arlington Farmers' Market, managed by Patsy Kraemer, in its 25th year at 29 Mystic St., Russell Common lot, is scheduled to continue Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 2 to 6:30 p.m.Farmer's market logo

Just four more Market Wednesdays after today, organizers say.

The Sept. 28 newsletter says: "Market organizers welcome a new vendor to the market today, and through the rest of the season:

"Earth Language. Vendor Tanasia Tibbs will bring homemade soaps and candles featuring natural ingredients. She will also demonstrate how to develop terrariums. Stop and say hello.

"Gumption Elixirs will not be at the market today because of jury duty."

Jillian Harvey, the town’s diversity, equity and inclusion director, invites residents to meet DEI members at the farmer’s market on Oct. 5 and Oct. 12.

From the Aug. 17 newsletter: "A few pix from the market this season."


For more information, including a list of this year's vendors, please visit the market website >>

This news announcement was updated Sept. 29, 2022, with information from the marker newsletter. ACMi contributed its video.

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