Thursdays • 9am – 1pm • Rain or Shine • Harbor Park, Rockland Maine • early May to late October

Early-bird shopping begins at 8:30! PLEASE NOTE: Due to area festivals in August, the market will relocate to Snow Marine Park, Mechanic Street, Rockland on two dates. Check back for specifics!

LATEST NEWS

Join Us!

Applications for the 2018 Season are currently being accepted!!

We are a small but vibrant market and are looking to expand!

Specifically seeking fish, mushrooms, frozen treats, meats, butter/yogurt, produce and mixed fruit– but all are encouraged to apply!

Please refer to the membership page for more information and check out the market’s rules and guidelines for vendors and eligible products.

We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you at our meeting in February!

Gearing Up for the Season

Rockland Farmers' Market

Market Opens Thursday, May 11, 2017, 9an to 1pm at Harbor Park in Rockland.  We look forward to seeing you again.  You can learn about our members here.

Rusty Hinges will liven up opening day with their  folk, bluegrass, oldies, and country music. See EVENTS for our complete 2017 schedule. Thanks to our many sponsors, Farmers’ Market Kids Club will begin on June 22 to August 24th this season. You can learn more about Kids Club here.

THANK YOU TO OUR 2017  SPONSORS

Rockland Farmer’s Market is looking for new members.

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Rockland Farmer’s Market?
sell fish?
grow fruit?
make pies?
cultivate mushrooms?
Do something else unique and interestings?
Get in touch.
We are a strong and vibrant weekly market that is always looking to become more diverse.

All the info you need is found under the ABOUT tab above.

Location

Find us on Rockland's waterfront, view map.

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Meet Our Vendors

Get acquainted with our many vendors, discover what they produce and find out how to contact them.

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Market Events

Find out who is performing at our next Market, and what's happening for the kids. CHECK OUT FARMERS MARKET KIDS CLUB

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FRESH • LOCAL • FUN

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