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Westborough Farmers’ Market returns June 14

Westborough – The Westborough Farmers’ Market is returning to the downtown front lawn of the Evangelical Congregational Church, 8 Church St., every Thursday, from 1 to 7 p.m., starting June 14.

Last year’s line-up of vendors will be augmented by some new faces, including Still River Winery, Angel Hair Alpaca Farm (with a live alpaca), Robinson Cheese, Nutting Farm Maple Syrup, and more. Old favorites such as Yummy Mummy Brownies, Five Loaves Bakery, Zoll Cellars, Crystal Brook Goat Cheese, and local Westborough farms, including Nourse, Emery and Heirloom Harvest, are returning to offer the freshest local and organic produce, wine, artesian products, cheese, and more.

There will be a weekly free children’s’ craft table, and traditional banjo and guitar music every week from Dylan Smith and friends. Look for the tomato and corn on the rotary waving to local traffic, and come on down to enjoy the best Massachusetts local farm products at the Westborough Farmers’ Market.

For more information, contact Dave McMahon at cmdismashouse@aol.com, visit www.eatfresh01581.com, or find Westborough Farmers’ Market on Facebook.

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Posted by on Jun 5 2012. Filed under Neighbors helping neighbors, Region. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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