The Sally Frank Farmers Market opens for the season on Thursday, June 11. The market will run from 1-7 p.m. on Thursdays through October 29. Here are the details from Farmers Market coordinator Cindy Chabot:
The farmers market is back! This is our first week bringing strawberries and all sorts of other fresh greens and things!
We have several new vendors this year, coming to us after our winter market: Bondat Foods, Kittredge Candles, Pour Man’s Coffee, Roasted Granola, and Samira’s!
Steve from Dick’s Market says he will also have greenhouse tomatoes, radishes, turnips, broccoli raab, Asian greens, and Swiss chard. Also this week, maple syrup, spices, pasta, coffee, ice coffee, iced tea, brownies, lemonade, granola, yogurt, grass fed meat, eggs, and so much more.
Barre and Soul will offer free yoga from 5-6 p.m.
Order fish ahead by call Bob Robert at (617) 529-5701 or email@example.com.
Order eggs ahead by calling Julie Gaumond at (774) 200-0084 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download a full list of vendors who will be at the market, including which weeks they will be coming, click here.
Also, you can see a full list of artisans coming to the market by clicking here.
See you at the market this Thursday!
We accept SNAP benefits at the market!
We will match up to $5 at each market you come.
Music this week:
Music, 4-6 p.m.
Julie Dougherty: Julie’s been singing and playing the guitar since the mid-sixties performing folk music at coffeehouses in the Boston area, such as the Unicorn Coffeehouse and the King’s Rook. She plays both original and cover music. It is a special pleasure to have Julie at the market!
Artisans this Week
Beauty and the Bean Design: A mother daughter team looking to spread their love for high quality homemade products. They believe in creating unique bags and childrens’ products that will stand out and have people asking “Where did you get that?” All of their products are 100% handmade by them and are cruelty-free.
Story Teller Jewelry: From a winged peace locket to a New Moon Peace Book, let this jewelry tell your story.
Refugee Immigration Ministry is an interfaith, community based organization that has served hundreds of asylum seekers and refugees in Eastern Massachusetts since its founding in 1986. Asylum seekers come to the United States with hopes of rebuilding their lives in a safe, caring society free from the fear of war and persecution. However, until they are granted asylum by the U.S. government, they are typically ineligible to legally work or receive any kind of government assistance. RIM helps asylum seekers with housing, food, transportation, English language tutoring, and community support until they can begin to provide for themselves.