Vendors attendance is subject to change - please check our Facebook page for weekly updates on who will be attending the market.
Organic unpopped popcorn
Local Artisan Cheese
Every other week
Carriage House Farm
Honey and beeswax
Dog harnesses and collars
Weymouth t-shirts & accessories.
Official Gear of Charlie Coyle of the Boston Bruins
Oyster shell decor items
Laser engraved, laser cut wood signs, children's games, home decor
Beef and pork
Fresh dried pasta, ravioli, breads,
sauces & cannoli
Baked goods - cookies, cupcakes, pies, brownies, scones, hand pies, etc.
Assorted Gluten Free Muffins, Scones, Brownies, and Cookies
Cut flowers, hanging plants, dried floral arrangements
Produce, herbs & bedding plants
Mushrooms and herbs
Hot sauce & marinade
Martha Schleiff Pottery
Hand made pottery
Vegan, non-dairy, allergy friendly ice creams, sorbets, toppings
Farm Fresh Butt Nuggets
Sea glass crafts, resin crafts, painted coasters, ornaments, painted/resin cheese boards
Sewgoods by Sabrina
Handmade accessories: Reusable snack bag, headbands, Wristlets ,Scarves.
Herbal based products - body care, apothecary items, and lifestyle items
Original designs by Leo, to raise money for the autism community.
Cutting boards, garden features and more!
Upcycled vinyl record bowls, planters, earrings; Repurposed CD case greenhouses; Homemade vinyl record cleaner (non-toxic, eco-friendly); homemade bug spray (non-toxic, eco-friendly), Recycled fabric reusable paper towels
All natural soy wax candles, handmade in small batches
Handmade toted, bags, knit items, toys made from repurposed materials
Rustic, wood American flags
Weymouth Lions Club
Spider plants to support children's glasses fund
6/27, 7/18, 9/12 & 9/26
7/11, 8/29, 10/3
8/8, 8/15 & 8/22
If you're interested in applying to be a vendor at the market, please visit our vendor page. We are currently only considering applications from food or food related vendors.
June 20th - October 3rd
closed 7/4 & 9/5
Weymouth High School
1 Wildcat Way, Weymouth, MA 02190
IMPORTANT: To reduce the spread of COVID-19, vendors and shoppers are encouraged to use a card or mobile app as payment when possible. Market tokens will continue to be accepted by vendors and may be purchased at the Market Manager’s tent with an EBT, debit, or credit card. Tokens should be purchased only when needed. HIP (Healthy Incentives Program) payments are strongly encouraged to reduce the handling of tokens. For help finding a participating HIP farm, please ask market staff.