Market Programs

Market Programs
WFM programs food Demo

Special Days and Events

We like to celebrate interests in the community with special days that feature entertainment and fun events during the market.

Special Day Schedule

  • Porchfest- Saturday, June 8, 2024
  • Art in the Park – Aug. 17, 2024
  • Organizations Fair – Sept. 21, 2024
  • International Day– Oct.12, 2024
  • Open Studios & Indoor Thanksgiving Market-  Nov. 23, 2024

Have an idea for a Special Market Day? Please contact us.

WFM music program

Live Music at the Market

Local musicians are invited to sign up to play. Each musician or group receives a $50 honorarium. In addition, a donation basket will be provided for visitors and vendors to leave treats for you. A tent and access to electricity are provided.

Every community has creative people who make art or crafts.

At the market, we offer a showcase to local craftspeople and artist in our community during our market season. Photography, tiles, clothing, accessories, ceramics, collages, prints, painting and more. All are members of WAN (Winchester Artist Network).

WFM programs- The kids table

The Kids Table is where nature, creativity and fun meet.

Using seasonal produce and fruits, young folks explore their creativity and learn a little about nature and the food it provides through a generous grant from the En Ka Society.  If other groups would like to participate in this program, we would love to hear from you.

Kids Table Schedule

Schedule to come.

The Community Group table at the market.

We like to promote our local organizations, their mission, and what they are doing in our area. Whether planting, getting out the vote, giving money to our schools, helping our hospitals and more. Here you can meet and find out how you can volunteer or participate in upcoming events.

The Chamber of Commerce

Meet  your local businesses and discuss how they may help you. Real Estate companies, clothing, bookstore, pet store, and more.

WHS Farmers Market Club

Student Clubs and Internships

It’s great to have all generations participate in our market.

The Winchester High School Farmers Market Club is dedicated to connecting the youth generation with the Winchester community by helping out at the local market, and engaging in volunteer opportunities.

BriCo’s (Bridge to Connect) through BriCo, we strive to bridge cultural gaps, promote accessibility, and foster an inclusive environment at the market, ensuring everyone can enjoy its offerings and benefit from its resources.

Interns help with the food security programs like SNAP and Anna’s Fund which is sponsored by Winchester Savings Bank.

Food Pantry Collection at the end of the Market Day

For the past 10 years, the vendors at the Winchester Farmers market have generously donated produce to two worthy Woburn organizations: the Dwelling Place Soup Kitchen, and more recently, the Anchor Baptist Church Food Pantry. A dedicated group of volunteers delivers the produce after each market day 

Volunteers are always needed, ask the market manager Fred at the market or you can email him.