Watertown Farmers Market Seeks Input About How It Can be Improved


Charlie Breitrose

The Watertown Farmers Market is open Thursdays from 2-6 from June to October at the Arsenal on the Charles.

Organizers of the Watertown Farmers Market want to hear from residents and others interested in the market to find out what they are doing right and what they would like to see change. 

Since 2014, the Watertown Farmers Market has operated in the spring, summer and fall at various spots in the Arsenal on the Charles. The past few years it has been held in the green in front of the Mosesian Center for the Arts (and Panera Bread).

The market features vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, and other products such as pastries, cider and prepared food. Each week, the market also has musical entertainment and a community table featuring a local non-profit group.

After being run by a private group, the Town of Watertown took over management of the Farmers Market last year. Market Director and Community Wellness Program Manager Stephanie Venizelos said she wants to hear from people who attend the market, and others who are not regulars.

The Farmers Market customer survey has been posted online, and covers a variety of areas, including:

What do you like most about the Watertown Farmers’ Market?

What changes would you like to see with the Watertown Farmers’ Market?, and

How convenient is the Watertown Farmers’ Market location?

The survey also includes opportunities to leave comments and additional feedback.

You can find the survey by clicking here.

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