Huttleston Marketplace (weekly)


Huttleston Marketplace
Saturdays, May 22 through September 18, 2021
10 :00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Fairhaven Visitors Center Lawn/Fairhaven High School Lawn,
141 Main Street, at Route 6, Fairhaven

Face coverings and masks are now optional outdoors. Masks or face coverings must be worn by unvaccinated persons inside the Visitors Center and Museum.

Huttleston Marketplace is an outdoor bazaar featuring vendors selling select hand made arts and crafts, quality antiques and vintage collectibles, upcycled items, fresh farm produce, and locally prepared foods. It is a MDAR certified farmers market, allowing certified farm vendors  to accept WIC and Senior FMNP coupons. It is held rain or shine. 

During the marketplace hours, the Fairhaven Historical Society’s museum is open in the Academy Building.

You can see a list of the 2021 vendors here VENDORS IN 2021.

The marketplaces is operated by the Fairhaven Office of Tourism using donations to the Tourism Gift Account to help cover the operating expenses.

Application forms for the Huttleston Marketplace are no longer being accepted for 2021.

Categories for vendors are:
arts, crafts, photography, upcycled decor and accessories (crafts must be handmade.)
antiques, vintage collectibles, used books
whole fresh locally grown farm produce, plants (We are a MDAR certified farmers market, allowing certified farm vendors  to accept WIC and Senior FMNP coupons.)
local authors
prepared food
The Huttleston Marketplace does not accept representatives/consultants for commercially produced, direct sales products.

NOTE: The Huttleston Marketplace has had a policy of not accepting too many vendors selling similar items. As the marketplace gets larger, there is increasing flexibility, particularly with some vendors not being here every week. Please check in advance before sending in application forms and checks to make sure there is space for the type of products you wish to sell.

For further information, contact the Fairhaven Office of Tourism via email at or by calling 508-979-4085.

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