There's Something for Everyone at New England FarmCon! February 17-18, 2018 Marlborough, MA
There's Something for Everyone at New England FarmCon! February 17-18, 2018Marlborough, MA


It's the Northeast region's organic living, homesteading & small farming festival & consumer show. 


An indoor festival

For all things wholesome and  good!



Join us!


 February 17-18, 2018 

 Royal Plaza Trade & Expo Center

Marlborough, MA.   


New England FarmCon is all about connections, learning and growth. With over 250 of our regions agri-business, homestead & organic living movers and shakers, and small farm producers come together with consumers for a weekend of inter-active learning, engagement and commerce.


Find, try and buy local products and services. Learn from experts at classes and ongoing show floor sessions. Learn about everything from meads and fermented drinks to organic beef and other foods. Find your favorite farm markets for your summer purchases. Meet your organic farmers, chefs, authors, experts, CSA's, Hubs, specialists, suppliers, producers, brewers, wineries and more.


Meet face to face with and learn from the people who painstakingly toil to make good food and healthy living happen every day!


Kids of all ages will learn and grow at special hands on activities at our Barnyard Activity Area!


Visit the Mini homestead with live animals, or our special farmers market. Find baby products at the organic baby pavilion. There is something for everyone at FarmCon. Everyone will leave better than they came with new knowledge, how-to plans, information and great regionally produced products.



Find valuable sustainable living information, homemade and home-grown products. Create your plan for your family's health and well-being at FarmCon.


Be part of something BIG!



at New England's premier indoor, pre-season festival of wholesome things!

Contact Us for more information:

Noble Expo & Event Productions
PO BOX 1078
Sturbridge, 01566
Phone: 508 347 5815 508 347 5815
E-mail Address:
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