United Farmers Market of Maine

Top choice in Midcoast Maine

This excellent, year-round farmers market features lots of prepared foods and a ton of craftspeople, artisans, artists and entertainment. It's basically a weekly community carnival for the region, and you'd be remiss not to stop by on a Saturday.

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