Waltham Farmers Market - 2000 information

The Waltham Farmers' Market celebrates its tenth season at the Fleet Bank parking lot in downtown Waltham, June 17 through October 21. The market is held rain or shine, and will run from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm every Saturday. The Fleet Bank parking lot is located at the intersection of Main and Moody streets, across from Waltham Common. The lot can be reached by car from Main Street or Charles Street. WIC coupons are accepted by all farmers. Senior citizens receive a 10 percent discount at participating vendors. Volunteers are needed to help set up and break down the market each week; to take surplus food to soup kitchens; to post and drop fliers; and to help with other committee tasks. Wheelchair accessible. For more information call 781-893-0361 or 781-899-6230.

2000 Vendors

Bart's Farm Stand berries, melons and assorted fruits and vegetables, plants
Dick's Market Garden produce, herbs and potted plants
Edith's Edibles fruit tarts and tortes
Iggy's breads and baked goods
Parker Farm produce, including Asian and Hispanic specialties
Smith's Country Cheese cheese, eggs, hamburger, compost

Participants subject to change.

Free Concerts

dateperformerdescriptionsponsorrain date
July 8Joe Cormier with Edmond Boudreau Cape Breton fiddle musicCharter Bank
July 15Visiting farm animals from Drumlin Farm ArkMedford Savings Bank
July 22Steve Taddeo and the Swing Senders Big Band musicLou Nocera and The Chateau RestaurantJuly 29
August 5The Reynolds Family Irish fiddle musicWatch City Brewing Company
August 19Moody Street String Band Celtic, Scots and Yankee traditional musicWaltham Community Foundation
August 26Yard Sale benefit for the market - The public can donate items to be sold at the market, in which case all proceeds will go to the market, or donate $20 for a table (which you must bring), and keep the proceeds. Call 781-893-5754 for sign up or questions.
September 9Ricardo Frota Latin music for children and adultsCharter Bank
September 16Gail Rundlett & Friends Folk music for children and adultsJacqui Smith Taylor Memorial Concert
September 23Eric Royer and His Guitar Machine One-man band.The friends of Scott Shurr and Jennifer Patton in honor of their marriage

All concerts begin at 11 a.m. For more information, call 781-893-0361 or 781-899-6230.

For more info, call 781-893-0361 or 781-899-5344
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Created: 21 February 2000. Updated: 22 April 2003 ...always under construction!