Concord Ag Day Farmers Market

Saturday, September 8, 10 AM – 2 PM
Main Street, Concord, Massachusetts

Concord’s Agriculture Committee hosts the 13th annual Concord Ag Day Farmers Market on Main Street in Concord center. This unique, ultra-local market showcases the bounty of Concord’s many farm businesses at the height of the growing season. Here’s what you can look forward to:

  • Purchase from the rich array of vegetables, fruit, eggs, flowers, honey, jam, and more grown and produced within just a few miles from where you’re standing.  Vendors include Barretts Mill Farm, Brigham Farm & Brigham Greenhouses, Colonial Gardens, Hutchins Farm, Marshall Farm, Saltbox Farm, Scimone Farm, Silferleaf Farm, and Verrill Farm. Many farms have shared their favorite Recipes >

  • Live music. Sawyer Lawson from 10–12 and Tom Ruggles from 12–2.

  • Activities for children.

  • Buy a picnic lunch or stay for dinner at nearby restaurants offering Food Specials

  • Breakfast treats from Salt Box Kitchen and ice cream from Reasons to be Cheerful.

  • Concord nonprofits committed to a sustainable food system and celebrating Concord's agrarian history—including the Concord Museum, Gaining Ground, and the Concord Gardeners Cooperative.

  • Drop by the Concord Museum’s table to learn about Concord’s agrarian past. Take a closer look at how Revolutionary soldiers used a cow horn to hold their gun powder, then design your own horn to take home!

  • Please submit this form if you are interested in tabling at the market.


Pick up a free Farm Passport from the Ag Committee table at the market and start collecting stamps at participating farms for the 2 weeks beginning Sunday, September 9. There will a drawing at Stone Soup Dinner on Sunday, September 23, for 3 winners of $50 Farm Bucks from among passports with at least 6 Concord farm stamps.