September 8–9, 2018
The Fair is an ultra-local event celebrating food that’s grown, produced, and prepared in the Town of Concord by its farmers, residents, and food businesses.
Saturday, September 8
10–2 13th Annual Concord Ag Day Farmers Market
1–4 Garden Club of Concord Kitchen Garden Tours
Sunday, September 9
6am–4 Farm Tours
Food Specials all weekend at Concord restaurants and markets.
Concord Ag Day Farmers Market
Saturday, September 8, 10 AM – 2 PM
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.In addition to Concord producer-only vegetables, fruit, eggs, flowers, honey, jam and more, this year's market will feature horticultural and culinary demonstrations, live music, activities for kids, breakfast treats and ice cream, and several local non-profits committed to a sustainable food system.
Fair Food Specials
Throughout the weekend, around town.
Several Concord restaurants and food spots are offering lunch and dinner specials this weekend based on local farm products.
Thank You 2018 Fair Sponsors!
Home Kitchen Garden Tours
Saturday, September 8, 1 – 4 PM
Visit the home kitchen gardens of three Concord families. Learn how they grow vegetables, fruit, and culinary and medicinal herbs, how they attract pollinators, and how they (try to) repel critters. Pick up your free pass and the map to these tours at the Garden Club of Concord's table at the Ag Day Farmer's Market.
Sunday, September 9, 6 AM – 4 PM
Meet several Concord farmers and take a look behind some of Concord's farm stands. Walk the fields, learn how small-scale farming and selling works, and pick up some fresh veggies, fruit, and flowers at their stands.
Community Harvest Celebration
at Gaining Ground
Sunday, September 9, 3 – 5 PM
The Fair is organized by the Town of Concord's Agriculture Committee and the Garden Club of Concord in partnership with the Concord Carlisle Food Collaborative.
Gather together at Gaining Ground for an afternoon Community Harvest Celebration
Listen to Twisted Pine, one of the most acclaimed young string bands in the Northeast with blue grass origins and an unbridled, contagious spirit.
Enjoy our mini farmer's market by purchasing local beer, wine, sweets, breads, flowers and pumpkins.
Participate in cider making, children's art projects and games, treasure hunt and farm tour.