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Come Join Us at a Farmers’ Market

Betty T. and Janet D. Power of Flowers Booth at the Tewksbury Farmers’ Market

The times they are a changin’? Can you feel it? There’s a slight nip in the air, a crispness that wasn’t there a few weeks ago. Fall is here.

With fall comes the delightful tradition of Farmers’ Markets. Where local farmers and backyard growers bring their bounty to share with the community. Power of Flowers is proud to set up a booth at some local Farmers’ Markets, where you and your whole family can come to meet a smiling POF Volunteer in person, take some literature, admire some sample POF signature bouquets and even take one home for a donation.

Here’s a list of four local Farmers’ Markets where Power of Flowers will be in the next few weeks:

CHELMSFORD, MA on Thursday, September 7, from 2:00pm – 6:30pm
On the Common, 7 Academy Street, Chelmsford
Since 2009, the Chelmsford Farmers’ Market has been bringing fresh produce and prepared foods to the community. It was voted 13th in the Nation as Best Farmers’ Market in 2010. The Chelmsford Farmers’ Market will continue on Thursdays ‘ til September 28.
Visit Chelmsford Farmers’ Market on Facebook for a list of vendors and contact information.

WILMINGTON, MA on Sunday, September 17, from 10.00am – 1:00pmPhoto by Rosemary B. Intingaro
Swain Green across from the Town Common at 140 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington
Now in their 6th year, Wilmington Farmers’ Market Association is a group of volunteers dedicated to bringing a farmers’ market to the community every summer.
The Wilmington Farmers’ Market will continue on Sundays until October 29.
Visit the Wilmington Farmers’ Market website at for more information, a list of vendors, and an entertainment schedule.

Photo by Rosemary B. Intingaro

ANDOVER, MA on Saturday, September 30, from 10.00am – 2:00pm
South Lawn of the Andover Historical Society, 97 Main Street, Andover
In addition to providing the community with freshly grown local produce and baked and prepared foods, the Andover Farmers’ Market offers educational programming and promotes healthy eating, local economies, sustainability, and community spirit.
Can’t make it on September 30, the Andover Farmers’ Market continues on Saturdays until October 21. Get more information about the Andover Farmers’ Market on the Historical Society Website or visit them on Facebook.

Photo by Rosemary B. Intingaro

TEWKSBURY, MA on Tuesday, October 3, from 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Tewksbury Town Common at 1009 Main Street in Tewksbury
Now in their 5th year, the Tewksbury Farmers’ Market has provided fresh fruits, veggies, meats, flowers, organic Items, handmade arts and crafts, and children’s activities. They continue Tuesdays until October 31. For more information, visit them on Facebook.

Fresh fruit, local vegetables, prepared foods, baked goods, arts and crafts, honey, music, children’s activities, flowers: come join the fun of a farmers’ market in your community