The market will be held on Thursday in Adams Park from 3-6 p.m. rain or shine.
This is the market's 14th year of featuring fresh, local foods and crafts.
This year shoppers will find a vast selection of local produce, meats, cheese, soaps, coffee and teas, bread, and other prepared foods.
Favored vendors, such as Earth Sky Time Farm, Clear Brook Farm, and True Love Farm will all be returning, along with other familiar faces.
New vendors include Ambrosia Chocolates and Confections, Stone Acres Farm and Dorset Daughters Fine Soaps, among others.
The music this week will be provided by Bob Ray who will be playing bluegrasss and classic rock covers.
In the community tent, Dorset Equine Rescue will be on-site to talk about their non-profit. The Dorset Equine Rescue is dedicated to saving neglected horses who end up in less than desirable situations. The website, ManchesterFarmers.org has the full schedule of musicians and events.
There is ample parking at the market. Gringo Jack's and Zion Episcopal Church allow market customers to use their lots, across the street from Adams Park. Street parking is also available. Those who have special needs for handicapped parking should contact Krysta, the market manager, and she can help arrange the appropriate parking. She can be contacted at mfmvermont@gmail .com.
The market accepts Debit, EBT, and Farm to Family coupons.