Specialty Thanksgiving Farmers Market in Tiverton on Sunday

Posted 11/16/22

The third annual Thanksgiving Specialty Farmers Market takes place on Sunday, Nov. 20,from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Tiverton Middle School cafeteria event space. Stroll the foodvendors, producers, …

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Specialty Thanksgiving Farmers Market in Tiverton on Sunday

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The third annual Thanksgiving Specialty Farmers Market takes place on Sunday, Nov. 20,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Tiverton Middle School cafeteria event space. Stroll the food
vendors, producers, makers and artisan's handmade products. With over 40 local vendors,
you’ll be sure to find something interesting and tasty to get your holidays started.

The Tiverton Farmers Market is a great way to experience new foods and buy unique and
locally made gifts for the holiday season. Enjoy fresh microgreens, baked goods, seafood, jerky,
prepared & ethnic foods, mocktails & more. Vegan options are also available.

Get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping. Pick up one-of-a-kind gifts from local artists and
makers. Stroll the aisles for pottery, candles, alpacas clothing & socks, paintings, jewelry and
toys & treats for your pets.

Enjoy live music by Mel Hawkins.

Event is free and open to the public.
Pets are not permitted in the school.

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