VisitingNewEngland/Norwood Farmers Market Business Partnership - Local Small Business Stories
Norwood Farmers Market Features Farm Fresh Items, Quintessential
New England Look in Norwood, Massachusetts
The Norwood Farmers Market takes place on Tuesday afternoons at the
Norwood town common.
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If going to a farmers market in New England, why not visit
one that looks like you are in New
The Norwood Farmers Market on the Common in Norwood, Massachusetts not
only offers a
wonderful variety of vendors, but also one of the most beautiful town
common in Massachusetts. This town green, born in 1912, looks
every bit the role of a quintessential New England town common. With
park-like grounds, the town common is surrounded by the historic St.
Catherine’s Church, United Church of Norwood and Norwood Town Hall
buildings, as well as the renovated old-time Norwood Theater with its
classic marquee. With benches, memorial sites, paved walkways and a
bandstand on the town common in a central location, this is about as
New England as it gets.
It's no surprise that the Norwood Farmers Market resides at the town
common on Tuesday afternoons from 12 noon to 5:30 p.m. Like other towns
in New England, the town green is where the community meets for events,
ceremonies and neighborly gatherings.
Sponsored by Blue Hills Bank, the Norwood Farmers Market, at this time,
features a nice mix including local farms selling farm fresh produce
like Oakdale Farms, Freitas Farm, and Wards Berry Farm, as well as
Jordan Brothers Seafood, Vermarje International (teas and pastries),
and Valicenti Pasta Farm. Log onto http://www.norwoodfarmersmarket.com/attendees.html
for a full list of vendors.
Popular amongst Norwood, Walpole, Canton, Dedham and Westwood
residents, the Norwood Farmers Market is also ideal for farmers market
fans outside those towns in the Boston (15 miles away going southwest
on Route 1A) and Providence areas, as well as travelers. What's more,
there's plenty to do in downtown Norwood after visiting the Farmers
Market, as the old-fashioned downtown district features several diverse
dining options, an old-fashioned bowling alley (Norwood Sports Center),
a classic diner (Town Square Diner), tremendous coffeehouse (Perks) and
many mom and pop shops selling clothing, antiques, furniture, hardware
items, and gifts. What a nice way to spend a Tuesday afternoon!
Farmers Market is located at the Town Common at the cross of Washington St. and Nahatan St.
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