Boston Women’s Market Jamaica Plain

Boston's best makers will be at Boston Women’s Market Jamaica Plain on October 6. Come celebrate the fall harvest, support your community of womxn-entrepreneurs, and shop nearly 60 vendors! Family-friendly outdoor event. Pups (of the human and dog variety) are welcome! MARKET SCHEDULE
11 AM: Market Opens & Gift Card Raffle Begins
11 AM - 4 PM: DIY Mulled Cider Spice Kit Making
12 PM - 3 PM: Live music by The Music of Hawthorne
4 PM PM: Market Closes

EXPLORE THE GARDENS + JAMAICA PLAIN

Enjoy the beauty and blooms of the Loring-Greenough House gardens and spend the day exploring the heart of Jamaica Plain.

Curley K8 Annual Plant + Bake Sale

Please join us Saturday, May 4th 10-2 for the 19th Annual Curley Plant Sale in the parking lot across from the school. There will be a wide selection of annual, herbs and vegetables, a fabulous bake sale and kids activities. Proceeds go directly to support of arts and enrichment programs at the Curley. For more information please contact Kristin Jurkoic

Boston Women’s Market / Jamaica Plain Edition

Boston Women's Market / Jamaica Plain Edition
August 26, 10 am - 3 pm
 

Loring-Greenough House, 12 South Street Jamaica Pla in, MA

Boston Women's Market is returning to the beautiful Loring-Greenough House in Jamaica Plain! Join us and 60+ New England Women markets and artists in the Loring-Greenough gardens on August 26 from 10 am - 3 pm. Shop womxn makers and artists for handmade Jewelry, Body Care, Candles, Artworks, Ceramics, Vintage clothing, Home and Garden, and more! Marketplace Highlights:

Shop Boston Women's Market markers and artists from around New England
Grab some grub from Bartleby's Southern-inspired food truck
Enjoy the beauty and blooms of the Loring-Greenough House Gardens
Spend the day exploring the heart of Jamaica Plain. There are tons of amazing restaurants, shops, and bars right in the neighborhood!

The Soil Sponge: Our Hope for Community and Climate Resilience

Co-sponsored by Boston Food Forest Coalition

The living "soil sponge" is the fundamental infrastructure that makes life on land possible. Understanding its function allows us to address many of our major challenges with elegant efficiency. Come find out how we can help regenerate the soil sponge to grow landscapes that
cool the climate, provide ample food and clean water for all, while creating resilience to climate events such as flooding, drought, and wildfires. You will come away with practical, affordable strategies to improve resiliency on a large scale by collaborating with natural systems (and each other!), and learn the enormous human health and economic benefits of doing this work. Didi Pershouse is the author of The Ecology of Care: Medicine, Agriculture, and the Quiet Power of Human and Microbial Communities, and Understanding Soil Health and Watershed Function.