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Tonight’s Community Market Features 3 Food Trucks — Plus 6 Dessert Options

Today’s weather looks perfect to drop into the Tewksbury Community Market, which is scheduled to host 34 vendors and community groups at Livingston Street Park, behind the Recreation Center, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The lineup includes:

  • Fudge ‘n Stuff (fudge, candied nuts, salted & roasted cashews)
  • Jennifer Lee’s Bakery (allergen free baked goods)
  • Kona Ice (shaved ice)
  • Purple Carrot Bread Co. (breads, pastries)
  • Sophie’s Apples (candy apples, gourmet apples)
  • Sweets Bakery (cake pops, cookies and other baked confections)Farmer Palmer (garlic products)

  • Gaouette Farm (fresh fruits & veggies)
  • Meta Microgreens (microgreens)
  • Pleasant Valley Gardens Farm (fresh veggies)
  • Tewksbury Public Library’s Community Garden (fresh veggies)

  • Empanada Dada (empanadas)
  • Polish Prince Pierogi (pierogi)
  • What The Fork (burgers, chicken, fries & more)

  • Flor de Café (cold brew coffee)
  • Naturel Juicing (cold-pressed juices)
  • The Stand (fresh squeeze lemonade)

  • Bittersweet Herb Farm (sauces, seasonings, oils, jams, balsamic vinegar)
  • Kiss The Cook (mac & cheese)
  • Olive World (olives)
  • Seafood Express (seafood)
  • Tewksbury Honey (honey)

  • Ackreations Treasures (hairpiece accessories)
  • Champagne Peaks (hats, banners, shirts, stickers)
  • Daisy Jane’s Flowers (cut flower bouquets)
  • Dogg Boston (dog accessories & dog treats)
  • Made By ME Jewelry (jewelry)
  • No Bake Cakes By Jessie (towel and diaper “cakes”)
  • Open Space Gift Shop (gifts for everyone from unique brands and local makers)
  • Poet Up A Tree (macrame wearables, key chains, small decorative gift boxes)
  • Red Antler Apothecary (hand crafted soaps & natural self care products)
  • Shiny Things (necklaces, bracelets, anklets, earrings)
  • Straingely Handmade (wreaths, string art, handmade jewelry, greeting cards, customized glass & mugs,
    vinyl decals)
  • Usborne Books & Kane Miller Publishing (children’s books)

Most vendors accept both cash and credit. Pleasant Valley Gardens Farm also accepts WIC, SNAP, EBT and all state and federal farmers market coupons.

The Tewksbury Community Market is organized through the Tewksbury Public Library, in cooperation with several town departments, including the Community Development Department, Health Department and Town Manager’s Office.

Have a question about the market? Contact Community/Economic Development Planner Alex Lowder at 978-640-4370 x 248 or and Community Outreach Librarian Robert Hayes at 978-640-4490 x 205 or

Visit the Tewksbury Community Market’s website to learn more.

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