Lexington Farmer's Market



Important notice: Sometimes farmers and vendors have last minute changes and cannot come to the market. We cannot update this website on the go, but please check out our facebook page for UP TO THE MINUTE notices and market changes!

It’s that time of year again: get ready for the SMALL YET MIGHTY WINTER MARKET!

The LFM is excited to partner with the Waldorf School of Lexington, the new location of the Winter Market, with some of your favorite farmers and vendors from the LFM’s regular season. In addition, the Waldorf School will be holding a pop-up shop at each market, featuring handcrafted items, books and toys

C & C Lobster and Fish
Copicut Farms (poultry, pork and eggs)
Deano’s Pasta
Del Sur (empanadas)
Herb Farmacy (starting January 21)
River Rock Farms (beef)
Roasted Granola
Still Life Farm
Swiss Bakers
Waldorf School Homespun Store

Saturdays from 11 am – 2 pm
January 7 and 21
February 4 and 18
March 4 and 18

The Waldorf School in Lexington, 739 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington.
The entrance to the market will be around back; parking is available on Mass Ave, in the Waldorf School parking areas and across the street from Follen Church

For more information on participating farmers and vendors, learn more at “Farmers/Vendors” on this website

**IMPORTANT: the LFM will not be matching SNAP dollars at the Winter Market for the time being due to administrative changes. We will update you when the SNAP matching program is back up and running, and apologize for the inconvenience.

 “The demand for fresher, local food has taken root!”
Clean Living Magazine has announced their picks for
Americas 50 Best Farmers’ Markets
and the LFM is proud to be the choice in Massachusetts
 (photography by Leslie Wilcott-Henrie)


Special Appreciation


The Lexington Farmers’ market appreciates the support of our sponsors, CareOne Lexington, Solar Five, Joyce Murphy from William Raveis Real Estate, Encharter Insurance, aloft and element hotels, Eastern Bank, Seasons Four, and Cycle Loft.

We would also like to offer special thanks to Barry Tuber of PersonalCTO.net for his continued assistance with our website!