Hope & Main's Schoolyard Market / What's Local Wednesdays

Posted by HopeandMain

This is MORE THAN a farmers market! We designed Schoolyard Market as a marketplace for engaging the public in our nonprofit mission, helping us foster a community of growing and thriving food and beverage companies! Not only can you shop for the latest and greatest in locally-produced food and beverage products, but you can contribute feedback, share in recipe development, learn about new food trends, cooking techniques and nutrition, and more!

This year, the Schoolyard Market is just one element of “What’s Local Wednesdays” a weekly celebration of local food at Hope & Main that also includes live music, grocery and meal pickups, and food trucks!

Ample market parking is available at the Franklin St. Lot across from the Hope & Main Building

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