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Farmers” market returns to Westborough

Westborough-icon-for-CA-web-pageWestborough – The Westborough Farmers’ Market will return every Thursday from 12 to 6 p.m. beginning June 13 through the end of September on the lawn of the Westborough Congregational Church, 8 Church St., in downtown Westborough.

In its third season, the market is bringing a new lunch option to Westborough with Isador's Organic Deli, providing delicious fresh wraps, side dinner salads, and sandwiches. Additionally, the market will welcome Wheatless Bliss gluten-free bakery, the blueberry wine of Everything Blueberry, Armeno's Coffee, Warren Farm syrup, the produce and goods of Harvey's Farm, and the hot sauces of Tortured Orchard.

Returning vendors include Crystal Brook Cheese, Five Loaves Bakery, Fior D’Italia Pasta and Sauces, Atlantic fish purveyor Globe Fish, Zoll Cellars wine, Yummy Mummy Brownies, Emery Family Farm, Nourse Farm, Dismas Family Farm, and local jewelers Elsie Kaye.

Live music will be performed by Dylan Smith and friends and there will be a free kids” craft every week.

The market is also working with the Westborough Public Library to help bring a series of movies to the common every Thursday evening this summer following the market.

For more information, visit the www.eatfresh01581.com.

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