Back On The Square!

Buy Your Farm-Fresh Food at the Market

 

(or Preorder for Convenience)

 

And please don’t forget to bring your face mask.

Hyde Park Farmers' Market

Sundays on The Square

9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
At-risk Patron Shopping:
12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

———–

May thru October

YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIMARY CONCERN

WE ARE BACK ON
HYDE PARK SQUARE

Preorder for Convenience

9:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.

At risk patrons: 12:30 to 1:00 p.m.

Here is how we are keeping our patrons and vendors safe:

  • Vendors and patrons must follow the CDC guidelines for COVID-19.
  • WE ARE ASKING EVERYONE TO WEAR a cloth face covering while inside the market area.
  • Please order in advance for your convenience! (See below on how to order from each vendor.)

More information on our market safety guidelines.

Our current operations plan is based on requirements and best practices from State and Local authorities. Rules and regulations are in flux right now, so be sure to visit this page each week before coming to market. We are taking a phased approach to re-opening the market with safety concerns front and center.

Add a Taste of Summer!

Here are a few simple recipes to try this week:

Ready to give one of these summer delights a try?
Share pictures with #HPFMZucchini

SOME OF THIS WEEK’S OFFERINGS

Preorder For Your Convenience

Many of the Hyde Park Farmers’ Market’s vendors are offering preorder as a buying option.
Here is how to reach our farmers, food artisans, and other vendors.

100% Wholesome

Good for you. 

Enjoy the taste and nutritional benefits that come with preparing fresh, responsibly-raised, seasonal foods.

Good for the community.

HPFM provides easy access to wholesome food at a venue that brings friends and neighbors together each week.

Good for the earth. 

Our farmers go the extra mile to employ regenerative practices that nourish and protect our environment.

Buy with confidence knowing
how and where the food was raised.

Choose from a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, cheeses, pantry items, herbs, cut flowers, garden plants, and artisan prepared foods—including rare heirloom veggie varieties and heritage breed meats. Hyde Park Farmers’ Market is known as a “growers’ market.” Offerings come from local family farms that employ regenerative and humane practices. .