September 3rd's concert will be a benefit for Dale Wentworth. Our good friend and long-time vendor, owner of The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse, was seriously injured in a motorcycle racing event in Colorado in June.
The Waltham Farmers' Market celebrates its 21st season at
the Sovereign Bank parking lot in downtown Waltham, June 11 through November 5.
The market is held rain or shine, from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm every Saturday.
The Sovereign Bank parking lot is located at the
intersection of Main and Moody streets,
across from Waltham Common. Locally produced foods and crafts are featured at,
the market, along with a concert series, and other events.
The lot can be reached by car from Main Street or
This season, we started accepting SNAP/EBT cards, for purchase of food only, and debit/credit cards, for purchase of any item. The cards may be used to purchase market tokens which will be accepted by vendors.
WIC coupons are also accepted by all farmers. Senior citizens
receive a 10 percent discount at participating vendors.
This season's newsletter: Cultivator 2011 (pdf)
|Bart's Farm Stand
||Berries, melons and assorted fruits and vegetables, plants||Every week|
|Beads My Way
||Jewelry||August 13, September 17, October 1, November 5|
|Burnshirt Valley Farm and Caledonia Farm
||Pork, beef, chicken and eggs||Every week|
|ButterGirl Baking Co.
||Cookies & brownies||July 30, August 20,27, September 17,24, October 15,22,29, November 5|
|Christina's Ice Cream & Q's sweet roasted Nuts
||Ice cream, Roasted nuts||October 1 - November 5|
|John J. Crookes Photography
||Nature prints||Every week|
||Spreadable Fruit and Relish||August 6,20, September 3,17, October 1,15,29|
|Dick's Market Garden
||Produce, herbs and potted plants||Every week|
|Donna Dee's Watch City Soaps
||Homemade soaps , lotions, creams, & shampoos||July 30 - September 3, September 17,24, October 8 - November 5|
||Nuts & nut butters||July 30, August 13,27, September 10,24, October 8,22, November 5|
||Pasta and sauces||Every week|
||Vegetables and greens||Starting July 9|
|Green City Growers
||Raised-bed vegetable gardens||June 18, September 10, October 29|
|Handbags by Shayna
||Handbags||July 23 - September 3, September 17, October 1 - 29|
|M. Greenstein Designs
|Keeping You In Stitches
||Placemats, runners, aprons||August 6,20, September 10,24, October 8,22|
||Baked goods||Every week|
|Nagog Hill Farm
||Fruit and produce||Every week|
|On The Edge Knife Sharpening
||Cutlery, shears, scissors, garden tools||July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8|
||African specialty vegetables||Every week|
||Italian bread and pastry||Every week|
||Hummos, baba, ful, spreads||Every week|
|Silk Road BBQ
||Salads, grilled meat, sandwiches||Every week|
|Smiling Sauce Company
||Sauces||August 6,27, September 3,17,24, October 1,8,15|
|Smith's Country Cheese
||Cheese, eggs, hamburger, compost||Every week|
|Soil & Seed Gardens
||Raised bed vegetable garden installations||June 11|
||Cut flowers||Every week|
||Marshmallow treats||August 6,20, September 3,17, October 1,15,29|
|Turtle Creek Winery
||Locally produced wines||August 13|
|Victory Bags||Handmade bags for
food, fun and life||August 6, September 3, October 1|
|The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse
||Maple syrup products||Every week|
||Scarves, pins, skirts, blankets, moisterizer||August 6,13, September 3,17, October 1,8, November 5|
|Zumba with Liz
||ZUMBA Fitness demo||September 10|
Participants subject to change.
Contact about vendors:
Free Concerts and Events
(acts will be listed as they are booked)
|June 18||Steve Taddeo and His Swing Senders||Big Band music||Watertown Savings Bank|
|June 25||Terry Kitchen||Folk Singer/Songwriter||Waltham Cultural Council|
|July 9||Mike Williams and Friends||Blues and Jazz||Elephant Walk restaurant|
|July 16||Outrageous Fortune||Acoustic early jazz and blues||Waltham Cultural Council & Elephant Walk restaurant|
|July 23||A.E. Ramsay book signing||Turtle Soup and Tiramisu, a children's book||Back Pages Books|
|August 6||Sugarfoot Latin Jazz Duo||Latin jazz|
|August 13||Susanne Santoro Whayne book signing||Petropolis, a young people's book||Back Pages Books|
|August 20||Justin Locke book signing||Principles Of Applied Stupidity||Back Pages Books|
|September 3||A Grand Day Out||Rock, blues, cool 60's and 70's classic||Dale Wentworth benefit|
|September 17||Moody Street String Band||Celtic, Scots and Yankee traditional music|
|September 17||A.E. Ramsay book signing||Turtle Soup and Tiramisu, a children's book||Back Pages Books|
|October 1||Blue Skies||Jazz Trio|
|October 15||Diamond Family Circus||Teen circus street performers|
|October 22||Hot Tamale Brass Band||Dixieland, New Orleans jazz|
Some videos of Hot Tamale Brass Band's appearance at the market last fall:
Kid Jordan Second Line
When The Saints Go Marching In
All concerts begin at 11 a.m. In event of rain cancellation, concert will be re-scheduled to a later date. Paid performances in our concert series depend on
funding from sponsors.
Promote your local business or service while helping
to support our concert series. We will list your organization on this list, thank you when introducing the concert you choose to sponsor, and make space for a table at the
market to promote your business.
We welcome artists who would like to help the market by
performing for free.
Performers and sponsors contact:
All concerts begin at 11 a.m. In event of rain cancellation, concert will be re-scheduled to a later date.
Sponsorships Available Promote your local business or service while helping
to support our concert series. We will list your organization on this list, and during the
introduction of the show you are helping to fund.
Performers and sponsors contact:
Video of Eric Royer's performance at the market on
October 4, 2008