Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market Coming to Portland

Today’s Press Herald reports on a new indoor Winter Farmers’ Market for Portland. According to the article, it’s scheduled to open on February 13 it will be located at 85 Free Street and will take place on Saturdays 10 am to 1 pm.

…it won’t be bound by city restrictions that prevent vendors such as bread bakers and fishermen from selling at the summer markets in Monument Square and Deering Oaks, said Larry Bruns, who coordinates the Portland Farmers Market.

“It’s going to be a very different market from what Portland’s used to,” said Dean Zoulamis, who runs the Mother Oven Bakery in Bowdoinham and is part of the group that’s organizing the Free Street market. “This will be a much more diverse market.”

2 comments on “Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market Coming to Portland

  1. To my knowledge, the restrictions on the summer farmers market are self-imposed. Indeed more than a few
    of the vendors do sell baked goods and other products that strictly speaking wereen’t traditionally found in the market over the years. i.e. sausage and other meats are now there.

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