The Westborough Farmers’ Market was launched by Dismas House, a regional non-profit serving former prisoners and the homeless. The market is designed to serve three purposes; to create an dynamic, downtown market with a diverse cross section of local and regional farm producers, artisans, and artists; to foster a cultural and agricultural weekly event for Westborough kids that includes free weekly crafts and live music; and finally, to support the disadvantaged in the area by making the weekly market a successful venture involving an array of local producers, including the Dismas Family Farm. Along the way, many friends and volunteers in the Westborough community have contributed to the success of the Westborough Farmers’ Market. We are particularly indebted to the Congregational Church of Westborough, who opened their doors (and front lawn) to host the market.