Sundays from 10 am – 2 pm

June 21 – October 18

Nashua Farmers Market season opens Sunday, June 21!

NEW LOCATION!

The farmers are on the move! We’re excited to announce a new venue this year:
We’ll be setting up our farmers and vendors around City Hall!

In the City Hall Plaza at 229 Main Street, on the shady rail trail on the side of the building, and in the back parking lot, you’ll stroll through our local purveyors of fresh produce, meats, honey, and much more!

Recommended Parking is at the Elm Street Garage

Not pictured in map below, but located directly adjacent to bldg. 30 shown (Nashua Transit Center)

Featuring dozens of vendors!

Check out our all of our great vendors, including:

24 Karrot Baking, Averill House Vineyard, Berkshire Gold, CosMom ConShop, Country Dreams Farm, DJ’s Pure Natural Honey, Flying M Farm, Four Little Birds, Fresh Start Farms, Gate City Farms, Hickory Nut Farm, jajaBelles LLC, LuLaRoe Tina Alexopoulos, Odins Eye Art, Regenerative Roots Association, Riverwalk Cafe, Sal Terrae Seasonings, Simple Pleasures, Spiczka Farm, Teresa Moler art, Valicenti Pasta Farm, and MORE!

Remember: SNAP/EBT
welcome here!

You get DOUBLE-DOLLAR value!

We are very pleased to accept SNAP/EBT payment at our Sunday market. And thanks to Granite State Market Match, your money goes even farther!

Granite State Market Match will double your money when you use your SNAP/EBT to purchase fruits, vegetables, herbs, seeds or seedlings.

The health and safety of our visitors and vendors are our top priorities!

Naturally, this year’s farmers market will be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are committed to adhering to the highest standards of hygiene and safety precautions, to ensure our farmers, vendors, customers and their families can all enjoy the market in comfort and within state-issued guidelines.

To that end, we will have new procedures in place. Vendor booths/tables will be set up farther apart. Hand sanitizer stations will be set up, and masks will be provided to those who do not bring their own.

Source photo: courtesy Space_Cat – adobe.stock.com

To read the full safety plan for attendees and market vendors, click on the images below to enlarge.