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Brattleboro Area Farmers Market (Saturday)

May 6 to October 28 | Saturday 9am to 2pm

570 Western Avenue
Brattleboro

Brattleboro Area Farmers Market (Tuesday)

May 30 to September 26 | Saturday 4 to 7pm

Flat Street
Brattleboro

Burlington Farmers Market

May 13 to October 28, Saturday 8:30am–2pm

City Hall Park
Burlington

Caledonia Farmers Market Danville

June 14 to October 4 | Wednesday 9 to 1

Danville Green
Danville

Caledonia Farmers Market St Johnsbury

May 13 to October 28 | Saturday 9 to 1

Municipal Parking Lot on Pearl Street
St. Johnsbury

Capital City Farmers Market

May 6 to October 28 | Saturday 9am to 1pm

60 State Street
Montpelier

Champlain Islands Grande Isle Farmers Market

May 20 to October 7, Saturday 10am–2pm

St. Joseph's Church, US Rt. 2
Grand Isle
617-652-2304

Champlain Islands South Hero Farmers Market

May 24 to September 20, Wednesday 3–6pm

Saint Rose of Lima Church, Rt. 2
South Hero

Dorset Farmers Market

May 7 to October 29, Sunday 10am–2pm

H.N. Williams General Store, Rte 30
Dorset

Five Corners Farmers Market

June 3 to September 30 | Friday 3:30 to 7:30pm

Lincoln Place off Railroad Ave.
Essex

Great Falls Farmers Market

June 2 to September 15 | Friday 4 to 7

Hetty Green Park
Bellows Falls
Vermont

Jericho Farmers' Market

June 1 to October 5 | Thursdays 3 to 6:30pm

Mills River Park
Jericho

Ludlow Farmers' Market

May 26 to October 6 | Friday 4 to 7pm

53 Main and Andover streets
Ludlow

Manchester Farmers Market

May 25 to October 12 | Thursdays 3 to 6pm

Adams Park Rt 7A North
Manchester

Market on the Green

My 31 to October 11 | Wednesday 3 to 6pm

The Green on Rt 4
Woodstock
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