The Stoneham Farmer's Market is now open, every Tuesday through October 13, from 2pm-7pm. It is located in the rear parking lot of the Stoneham Council of Aging at 136 Elm Street, Stoneham.
I stopped there the other day to check it out and found around a dozen or so booths. There were about five booths selling fruits and vegetables, three with bread and baked goods, and booths with assorted artisans, such as soaps and artwork. The produce looked pretty good though I don't know how reasonable the prices are as I have not had much opportunity to compare them to other markets. None of the prices though seemed glaringly out of whack.
I was pleased to see Mamadou Bakery had a booth. They have a store in Winchester and produce excellent bread, in a wide variety of flavors and types. I bought a loaf of bread that was even still warm. Big Sky Bread and Bakery had a booth with plenty of bread, pastries and baked goods. They have a store in Newton though I have not been there. There products looked quite good though and I bought a couple things to try, including some large coconut macaroons which were quite moist and filled with plenty of coconut.
It is definitely worth the effort to stop by the market and check it out.