Hope Street Farmers' Market is in full swing

Posted 5/24/23

The Hope Street Farmers' Market is in full swing on the East Side of Providence. Held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the market takes place at the corner of Hope Street and Blackstone Boulevard.

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Hope Street Farmers' Market is in full swing

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The Hope Street Farmers' Market is in full swing on the East Side of Providence. Held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the market takes place at the corner of Hope Street and Blackstone Boulevard.

The list of vendors includes:

Saturday Market

Aquidneck Farms

The Bakeshop

Barden Family Orchard

Beautiful Day

Beth Bakes

Buns Bakery

Charlotte Farm

City Farm

Daily Farm

Farm Fresh RI

Farmacy Herbs

Farming Turtles

Fully Rooted

Great Harvest Bread

Green Leaf Farm

Harmony Hill

Harvest Kitchen

Hillside Mushrooms

Hopkins Southdowns

Jack's Snacks, a dog bakery

Luluna Kombucha

Narragansett Creamery

New Harvest Coffee

Pat's Pastured

Provencal Bakery

Rhed's Hot Sauce

Rhode Island Spa Products

Robin Hollow Farm

Sanctuary Herbs & Blue Skys Farm

Simmons Farm

Slowhand Sharpening

Steere Orchard

Sweet Possibilities

Sweet & Salty Farm

The Local Catch

Triton Seafood Rhode Island

Wilson Community Garden

Wishing Stone Farm

Woodstock Farm

Yacht Club Soda

Zephyr Farm

 

Guest Vendors

Mei Mei Dumplings

Rebelle Artisan Bagels

Shuckologist

Skylight Bakery

 

Food Trucks/Mobile Vendors

Annas Vesuviano

Lotus Pepper

New England Frozen Lemonade

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