Farmers Market

Selectmen Urge Farmers' Market to Consider Moving to Ag Hall

In light of traffic jams, West Tisbury selectmen said they would ask farmers’ market organizers to consider moving to the Ag Hall next year.

New Faces Grow West Tisbury Farmers’ Market

New bands, new vendors and no dogs. It’s farmers’ market season and the 43-year-old West Tisbury Farmers’ Market is under new management.

From Farm to Market, All in One Place

The West Tisbury Farmers' Market opened its annual season on Saturday morning with 40 local vendors on the grounds of the Grange Hall.

West Tisbury Farmers' Market Begins

The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market begins Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon, and continues through the summer and into the fall.

Farmers' Market Vendors Consider Pulling Up Roots at Grange Hall Location

The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market has been housed on the grounds of the Grange Hall since it began in 1974. But growing traffic concerns in town on Saturday mornings has led to discussions about moving the market to the Agricultural Hall.

Growing a Movement, Local Food for Everyone

Among the mounds of lettuce heads, cartons of fresh fruit, herb displays and coolers of local meat, vendors at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market are offering something new this summer: acceptance of government-issued food coupons.

West Tisbury Farmers' Market Plays to the Beat of Summer

The 40th annual market opened to blue skies and a steady crowd on Saturday at the Grange Hall. Friends inquired about each others’ winters, and farmers were eager to greet old and new customers alike.

After 39 Years, West Tisbury Farmers' Market Is Still a Fresh Draw

Despite strong gusts of wind, and ominous clouds looming overhead, the West Tisbury Farmers' Market opened its season Saturday morning to an increasingly robust crowd.

It was the first day of the market, which started 39 years ago. Eighty-eight-year-old Robert Daniels of Old Town Garden in Edgartown was one of the few vendors back then.

Farmers' Market Open for Season Saturday

Fresh produce, flowers, lemonade, egg rolls, coffee and Kevin Keady on guitar with some haybales to sit back and enjoy the show with — it can only mean one thing. The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market is back in business. The only thing left to say summer is here is a dip in the ocean. Come on already, ride the waves.

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