40+ VARIETY OF VEGETABLES, EGGS, BEEF, CHICKEN, CHEESES, FLOUR, DOG TREATS, SOAPS, HONEY, BAKED GOODS
AND PLENTY OF ARTISANS
Saturdays Starting May 9th
10am – 2pm
309 Washington St. (The Unitarian Universalist Church)
The Wellesley Farmers’ Market is thrilled to announce some of the exciting vendors that will be joining the market in less than 2 months!
Mark your calendars for opening day on Saturday, May 9.
Family owned Brookford Farm believes deeply in organic methods and non-GMO farming practices, including animal feed. They strive to produce high quality, pasture-oriented, nutrient-dense food year round and will be sharing it with the Wellesley and local metrowest communities. Their products include 40-50 varieties of fresh and stored vegetables, milk, butter, cheese, beef, bacon, and flour.
“Our belief in producing food that is good for all of us, bringing soil to optimum fertility, as well as training future farmers, blends well with the mission of the Wellesley Farmers’ Market,” said Luke Mahoney, Co-Owner and General Farm Manager.
Hackleboro Orchards, a beautiful working farm, will bring many varieties of apples as well as berries and other fruits.
2 Dogs Treats will be selling a variety of all-natural ingredient, no preservatives, healthy, USA made dog treats.
23 Soap Company will be selling their stunning soaps.
Town Farm Gardens has delicious pickles, jams, relishes, salsas and mustards crafted seasonally from their home grown, and neighboring farms, fruits and vegetables.
Golden Rule Honey will be back again sampling and selling their incredible honey and Queen of Chocolate, a unique cocoa mix free of dairy products and sweetened only with honey.
On the Edge Knife Sharpening will be at the market a few times this season to hand sharpen your kitchen knives (serrated and straight edge, as well as Japanese knives), scissors, dog grooming shears, utility scissors, garden tools, hunting knives. Dates to be announced soon.
The Crumby Baker will offer healthy cookies, energy bars, muffins, breads and more made with chia, flax, matcha green tea, quinoa and other ancient grain flours baked in traditional recipes.
One of Wellesley Farmers’ Market favorite’s will be back! Swissbäkers will be there with their pretzels, Berliners, croissants, tarts and more, all made with traditional Swiss baking techniques and without any additives, preservatives or artificial ingredients.
The market — generously hosted by the UU Wellesley, sponsored by Balanced Rock Investment Advisors and supported by the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts — is looking forward to another fabulous season. There will be a greater number and wider variety of local, unique and award-winning fine food growers, producers and vendors. Don’t forget about the easy online ordering system and delivery options as well.
Throughout the season, look for market programs from local nonprofit groups, with special events designed to engage and delight shoppers of all ages. For example, local artist Elizabeth Cohen will be there with her elegant, minimalist pottery.
The market has plenty of parking, and is a reasonable walk or bike ride from many neighborhoods, bus stops and train stations.
Vendors looking to join the excitement, should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to be part of the fun? There is a newsletter editor spot open and social media assistant as well. Volunteers please email email@example.com for more information.
Wellesley Farmers’ Market supports local food growers and producers; celebrates seasonal, local, sustainably grown foods; serves the community; leads the local food movement; and complements Wellesley’s sustainability movement.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the weekly newsletter that lists what farmers and vendors are bringing during the season and to learn what you can pre-order before market day and pick up or have delivered.
Most information can be found at www.WellesleyFarmersMarket.com and feel free to follow the market excitement on your favorite social media.
We look forward to seeing you:
May 9- Oct. 17
309 Washington Street