Berkshire Farmers Markets

Berkshire Indoor Markets

Markets

Berkshire Area Farmers Market

carrots cabbage pie flowers plants

Where

Old State Rd. and Rte. 8
Berkshire Mall parking lot
Lanesborough
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When

May 4 - Nov 23
Wed & Sat 8am - 2pm
Saturday only in Nov.

Showcasing produce and products from Western MA farms, including vegetables, fruit, plants, meat & more. Accepts WIC and Senior FMNP.

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Berkshire Grown’s Holiday Farmers Market

maple jam bread coffee cheese

Where

Williams College Towne Field House
82 Latham St.
Williamstown
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When

Nov 24 - Dec 15
Sunday 10am-2pm
Indoor Nov 24 & Dec 15

Accepts SNAP/EBT.

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Berkshire Grown’s Winter Farmers Market

maple jam bread coffee cheese

Where

Monument Valley Middle School
313 Monument Valley Rd.
Great Barrington
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When

Nov 23 - Apr 18
1 Saturday/month 10am-2pm
Indoor Nov-Apr.

Accepts SNAP/EBT.
Check the website in September for dates.

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Great Barrington Farmers Market

bread coffee mushrooms beer guitar

Where

18 Church St.
Great Barrington
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When

May 11 - Oct 26
Saturday 9am - 1pm

Community grown, community supported. Stroll through over 30 stalls of food from within 50 miles of downtown Great Barrington. Say hello to friends, get to know your farmers and feed the ones you love good food. Accepts SNAP/EBT, HIP, WIC, SENIOR FMNP.

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Hancock Farmers Market

blueberries cheese maple jam pie

Where

3210 Hancock Rd/ Rte. 43
Hancock
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When

Jun 16 - Oct 13
Sunday 10am-3pm

Roadside farmstand and market offering local & organic fruit, berries, vegetables, maple syrup, honey, cheese, jams, jellies, baked goods, gifts, antiques, collectibles, books, art & crafts.

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Lee Farmers Market

carrots cabbage blueberries jam guitar

Where

25 Park Place
In front of the First Congregational Church
Lee
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When

May 25 - Oct 12
Saturday 10am-2pm

We sell not only locally grown produce and prepared foods but locally created arts + crafts and herbal products. Enjoy live music at the weekly market, held rain or shine. Accepts SNAP/EBT, HIP, WIC, Senior FMNP.

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Monterey Farmers Market

eggs cheese bread peppers carrots

Where

At the Roadside Store & Cafe
Monterey
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When

Jun 6 - Aug 29
Thursday 4pm-6pm

Offering veggies, eggs, cheese, yogurt, baked goods, and more.

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New Lebanon Farmers Market

steak eggs guitar maple carrots

Where

LVPA Firehouse
523 Route 20
New Lebanon
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When

Nov 17 - May 17
3rd Sundays 10am-2pm
Indoor Nov-May

A community gathering place, for people to access locally grown and produced food, goods, art, and entertainment. Accepts SNAP/EBT, WIC, and Senior FMNP Coupons. Offering Market Match up to $20 per shopper, per market. Accepts credit cards.

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North Adams Farmers Market

blueberries steak flowers tomato cheese

Where

The Green
85 Main St.
North Adams
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When

Nov 2 - May 2
1st Saturdays 9am-1pm
Indoor Nov-May

Community-centered, producer-only market offering local, farm-fresh produce, eggs, meat, cheese, honey, maple syrup, baked goods and more! Live acoustic music 10-noon. We accept credit/debit, SNAP, HIP, WIC & Senior FMNP. Winter location: 85 Main St., Suite 105.

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Otis Farmers Market

bread flowers tomato guitar beans

Where

2000 East Otis Road
In the parking lot of Papa’s Healthy Food and Fuel
East Otis
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When

May 25 - Oct 12
Saturday 9am-1pm

Going strong since 2005! Each year gets better with more vendors and food to choose from. We do our best to educate about the benefits of local and farm-fresh (and farm-raised) goods. Our motto is, "if we don't grow it, we don't know it!"

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Pittsfield Farmers Market

farmers cheese tomato coffee plants

Where

Zion Lutheran Church
74 First Street
Pittsfield
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When

Nov 9 - Apr 11
2nd Saturdays 9am-1pm
Indoor Nov-April

The region's first teen-run farmers market - powered by Roots Rising! Year-round producer-only market with fresh, local & seasonal produce, meat, eggs, cheese, baked goods, coffee, artisan goods & more. Live music, chef demos, workshops & children's activities. Accepts credit/debit, SNAP, HIP, WIC & Senior FMNP benefits.

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Sheffield Farmers Market

pig jam maple lamb eggs

Where

125 Main St.
Old Parish Church parking lot
Sheffield
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When

May 24 - Oct 11
Friday 3pm-6pm

Sheffield Farmers' Market has been offering visitors fresh, local and unique products for almost 20 years. A fantastic way to buy local while also promoting community and sustainability through programming. SNAP, HIP, Berkshares, debit and credit cards.

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West Stockbridge Farmers Market

pig peppers flowers eggs mushrooms

Where

Village Center, The Green at the Foundry on Harris Street
West Stockbridge
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When

May 23 - Oct 3
Thursday 3pm-7pm

Set on a lovely green with live music. Local fruits, vegetables, pastured meats, honey, maple syrup, cheeses, baked goods, flowers, soaps and oils, bird houses and more. Alternating food truck and wood fired pizza oven. Weekly raffle basket with a gift from each vendor. Rain or shine.

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Williamstown Farmers Market

bread blueberries beans jam maple

Where

Parking lot at the base of Spring Street
Williamstown
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When

May 18 - Oct 12
Saturday 9am - 1pm

With 30 LOCAL vendors, this bustling market in the heart of Williamstown has fresh fruits and veggies, breads, cheeses, jams, maple syrup, artisan crafts, grilled-to-order brunch, home baked goods, live music, and picnic tables with umbrellas. Stroll, snack, and shop local! Accepts WIC/Senior FMNP. Ample free parking.

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About

Berkshire Farmers Markets is an informal collaboration of independent markets working toward common goals. As a group, we address challenges and needs of individual markets. We also share best practices and develop tools to advance our goals. The initiative includes data collection, marketing, and professional development for market managers.

Funding for this 3-year project is provided through the USDA, and is administered by the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission (BRPC). Participating markets operate independently, and also benefit from co-promotion.