The following information was provided by the Watertown Farmers Market:
Thank you all for coming to market this year — What a wonderful season. We had some tough weather days and appreciate all who continued to come out and support of our amazing farmers and vendors. Please join us this week for the last market packed with free bike checks, knife sharpening, kids activities with Watertown Families Together, good music, and delicious, local food! Come celebrate the end of the season with us, stock up for the next several weeks, and thank the vendors who make it all happen.
We Want to Hear Your Voice!
Please take this brief, yet important survey about your experiences at the market this year. We need your feedback to help us create an even better market for 2019! Stop by the market manager’s tent on Thursday or take it online now. Thank you for your participation.
2018 Customer Survey
Find us on the front green, immediately in front of the Mosesian Center for the Arts at the corner of Arsenal St. and Kingsbury Ave. We are right off of the MBTA bus 70 & 70A and there is free parking in the Arsenal Garage on Kingsbury Ave.
Activities and Vendors
Watertown Families Together
2:30 – 4:00 PM
The market will be celebrating the fall season and with make your own masks from Arlene Smith and Watertown Families Together! Bring your kids by to let their creativity shine (while supplies last).
On the Edge Knife Sharpening
Plan ahead and bring your knives to the market. Patti of On the Edge hand sharpens your blades that need a fresh edge with care and precision! Be sure to round up those knives for the last time of the season! Look for her white van off Kingsbury Ave.
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Free Bike Check-ups
Ride your bicycle to the market tomorrow and get a free bike check-up from Common Wheels, an Allston based bicycle collective focused on building a community of happy, safe, and educated riders!
3:00- 6:00 PM
Dan Zoen will be making his third appearance at the Watertown Farmers’ market this Thursday! An acoustic singer-songwriter with 4 studio albums, Dan will be playing a mix of Folk Rock, Jazz, and Bluegrass with covers spanning all genres, from pop, to jam band, and folk.
Trees for Watertown – Teens for Trees Program
Trees for Watertown’s mission is to care for our community and environment by supporting a healthy urban forest in Watertown. Stop by to chat with teen leaders in the Teens for Trees Program to learn about their work this past summer, the trees in Watertown, and what you can do to help.
For the most up to date information of any changes to the schedule or farmers/vendors that aren’t able to make it, please check our Facebook Page the day of the market.