Hampden is getting its own farmers' market.
The weekly market, which begins Saturday and runs through Nov. 22, will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the sidewalk at 36th Street and Elm Avenue, right in front of Corner BYOB.
The Hampden Farmers' Market is being produced independently, by Bernard Dehaene, the chef and owner of Corner BYOB, with Will Bauer of Genco Pura, Ltd.
The market's offerings will include meats and cheeses, eggs and dairy, breads and baked goods, and locally brewed coffee drinks. The opening vendor line-up list, provided by the organizers, includes Two Boots Farm (vegetables, fruit and flowers), Stoney Ridge Farm (heirloom produce), Sheep Hill Farm (produce, eggs and honey), The Corner Spore (mushrooms), Tanner's Pickles, Atwater's Bakery and Spro Coffee.
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