Fresh off the success of Opening Day we’re excited to see you at Week 2 of the market.
This week we will have 17 vendors providing their delectable goods and wares. You’ll be able buy tomatoes, strawberries, lettuce, zucchini, wine, sweets, breads, coffees, honey, flowers, jewelry, and grass-fed beef. Check out a complete list of vendors on our website.
The Board of Directors of the Medford Farmers Market
Susan Fairchild, President
Michael Quinn, Treasurer
Heather S. Hannon, Clerk
Photos From Opening Day
We were excited to see so many of you at Opening Day! It was an exciting afternoon with Mayor McGlynn stopping by for a ribbon cutting while market-goers shopped to the musical accompaniment of Max Heinegg.
To the right, Mayor McGlynn welcomes market-goers to opening day at the market with an official ribbon-cutting. Check out more pictures of opening day!
|Let Us Entertain You This week’s entertainment and events
The Boston Truck Farm will be at this week’s market from 3 to 5pm. The Truck Farm is part of a national fleet of truck farmers dedicated to making healthy, sustainable food accessible to everyone. Join them for activities and resources related to local, sustainable foods! For future events and activities check out our event calendar on our website.
If you’d like to sing, dance, lead an activity, or otherwise capture the spotlight at our market, send us an email.
This year, the Market is sponsoring a free table for various community organizations each week at the market. This week theFriends of the Salem Street Burial Ground and Friends of the Fells will be sharing the community booth at the market. Please stop by to find out more about these two organizations!
If you’d like to join us at the Community Table, please send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Notes from the Market Manager A weekly rundown of your farmers market
For those of you that were there, it isn’t news to note that Opening Day was a lot of fun! It was a pleasure meeting Mayor McGlynn and talking to all of you lovely folks that stopped by my table.
I walked home with some tasty treats from ButterGirl Baking Co. and was excited to see grass-fed beef from Austin Bros. Farm. This week should be equally exciting, as Green City Growers joins the market offering organic garden installation, and our first artisan offers Jewelry from Sarah Clark Designs.
It seemed that most people were having a good time and I even overheard one little girl exclaim as she bit in to a juicy strawberry, “this is the best day ever!” Hopefully this week’s market is even better.