Get a true taste of the Berkshires at the Lee Farmers Market! Fresh local produce, arts and crafts, live music, and more. Saturdays, May 29th through October 9th, 2021 in downtown Lee, MA.
Though an old idea, farmers markets have been on the rise of late. They’re a favorite sales venue for smaller producers and makers and a fun, weekly pastime for shoppers.
Farmers markets are more than just an open air place to do business. They’re also a great place to meet friends, have a delicious meal and, more often than not, enjoy live entertainment.
Visiting a local farmers market is also great way to get to know an area you’re new to. You’ll learn what the local farm specialties are, meet and chat with locals, and get a sense of the community spirit. A healthy and vibrant community typically has a fun and lively farmers market.
That’s the Lee Farmers Market to a ‘T.’
Lee Farmers Market
2021 marks the market’s sixth season and is expected to be better than ever with an expanded vendor list. Attendees will find a wide range of goods, including locally grown produce, baked goods and other prepared foods, herbal products, and plant starts.
The Lee Farmers Market also sees a variety of artisans offering their unique, handcrafted items. These include baskets, books, art, jewelry, soaps, lotions, and more. Find unique gifts and chat with their makers. What fun!
The market is also a great source for local entertainment. Every Saturday sees a new performer that will keep your feet moving and your head bobbing as you shop.
Visit the market, do a little shopping, enjoy a bite to eat, and engage in friendly chat with some locals. You may even make a new friend or two!
The Lee Farmers Market is held in downtown Lee, MA on the Town Green, at the intersections of Main Street, Housatonic Street, and West Park Street. Market days are Saturdays, May 29th to October 9th, 10am to 2pm.
Lee Farmers Market is just 3 minutes from the front door of our Berkshires bed and breakfast, Applegate Inn. If you’re of a mind, you could even walk or bike to the market from the inn. It’s not even a mile away.