The Stoughton Farmers Market is back this Saturday, June 22, bringing fresh produce, baked goods, crafts and entertainment to downtown Stoughton.
The Farmers Market will run every Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Trackside Plaza (2 Canton Street) from June through October.
Every week vendors like Akin-Bak Farm, Langwater Farm, Oakdale Farm, Bridgewater Village Bakery, O'Brien's Bakery, Stoughton Bakery, Foxboro Cheese Co., Giovanni's Italian Ice, Jordan Bros. Seafood, Nella Pasta and Next Step Living will set up stands at the market.
New this week is Fairmont Farms, which will be bringing vegetables, eggs, and berries.
"All of these vendors are full season vendors, many whom are expanding their products each week. Please remember, our farmers pick their produce fresh that morning and offer what is currently growing in our New England region, Farmers Market manager Teresa Tapper said.
"Their offerings are going to grow bigger as the summer months progresses. Currently, they have beets, lettuces, kale, summer squash, strawberries, rhubarb, and much more! We also have vendors with various products that are part time and also offer a health and wellness table with a different focus/different sponsor each week."
Tapper said any local artist or crafter with unique handmade products interested in having a booth at the Farmers Market, should contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week's musical entertainment is local singer/songwriter Matt Putnam, who will be playing classic, contemporary and Irish hits.
There will be a kids' tent, with farm and train toys.
People can also take a self-guided Stoughton Train Walking Tour, which includes 15 locations in the downtown area that have model trains set up for children and families to enjoy.
There is no admission to the market, which is held rain or shine. Market goers are asked to keep their pets at home.
Some vendors coming in future weeks - Marshfield Trading Post, Puppy Luv Bakery, Sheldonville Soapworks, Simpson Springs, A Nesting Place, Artist Wanita Gomes, Bernadette Johnson, Jan's Teapot, and Made With Love Jewelry.