2017 OPENING DAYS:

Sunday, 6/18/17: 10:00am-2:00pm, and

Wednesday, 6/21/17: 4:00pm-7:00pm

At the Main Street Bridge, and Parc Renaissance on Water Street

The expanded footprint of the market has grown from The Main Street Bridge, into Parc de Renaissance along Water Street – now featuring over 30 vendors! We are also very pleased to accept SNAP/EBT payment at our Sunday market, offering Granite State Market Match (GSMM)! The GSSM program launched at the Nashua Farmers Market in 2016. The program is conducted with support from the NH Food Bank, Leadership Greater Nashua, the Nashua Regional Planning Commission, Wholesome Wave, and private donors. With GSMM, for each $1 in SNAP/EBT expended, we will match it with credit toward $1 of fresh fruits and veggies! At this time, there is no maximum, expenditure for our SNAP/EBT customers. We are very excited to be a part of making more fresh nutritious and local foods available to all, and hope to participate in the program again in our 2017 season!

Great American Downtown is seeking additional vendor applicants for the 2017 market season. Please note that priority will be given to vendors from this past season, and we may need to prioritize additional vendor selection to provide a balance and variety of market goods for market goers. Check back soon for the 2017 Market Vendor Application!

Great American Downtown is also interested in growing our “Art at the Market” program in 2017, designed to feature a new area artist each week. If you are an artist who is interested in participating, please fill out and return the application below.

Looking for fresh local greens all winter long? Check out Oasis Springs Winter CSA!
Get ready for the 2017, and sign up now for the Country Dreams CSA here!

Please direct all inquires to Paul Shea, market manager.

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Thank you to our regular customers, volunteers, vendors, and sponsors: Ace Hardware, AAA Northern New England – Solomon Huss, St Joseph Hospital, and Merrimack County Savings Bank, as well as to the Nashua Regional Planning Commission and the USDA through the Farmers Market Promotions Program for helping to make this year’s market a great success!