Holiday and Winter Farmers Markets
All markets 10:00am – 2:00pm
Great Barrington Winter Farmers Markets
Monument Valley Middle School, 313 Monument Valley Road
Saturdays from 10AM-2PM
November 23 | December 14 | January 18
February 15 | March 21 | April 18
Williamstown Holiday Farmers Markets
Williams College Towne Field House, 82 Latham Street
Sundays from 10AM-2PM
November 24 and December 15
Berkshire Grown began hosting the region’s first off-season farmers markets in 2009, when we organized the first Holiday Farmers Markets in response to the demand for more year-round access to locally-grown products. Community support has been tremendous and the markets have continued to grow annually. In 2015, the Great Barrington Markets expanded to include January and February dates and in 2019, to include March and April, lengthening the season for farmers and shoppers alike. These markets provide an opportunity for residents and visitors throughout Berkshire County to access local foods and products in the winter months and have become an essential source of off-season income for Berkshire farmers.
All markets feature locally-grown and produced foods, live music, lunch fare, and activities for children. Admission is always free and SNAP benefits are accepted at all markets.
Applications for the 2019-2020 season are closed. Food and Farm vendors interested in spaces for February or March 2020 may contact us. Applications for the 2020-2021 season will be available in September.
Berkshire Grown Holiday and Winter Farmers Markets are grower/producer only markets. Items you sell must be grown or produced by you. We welcome local produce, plants and flowers, locally-produced foods, farm-related products (such as yarns and sheepskins from local sheep, beeswax products, and personal care products). Crafts are required to be, in major part, locally made or assembled by the vendor. Space is limited. Preference is given to farms and food vendors and Berkshire Grown members. Vendor acceptance is at the discretion of the market managers, in order to best meet the needs of the market.