On Saturday, November 1, 10am-2pm, our Indoor Winter Market begins at our new location, at The Urbano Project, 29 Germania Street, Jamaica Plain, at the Brewery complex, near Sam Adams. Free parking in the Brewery lot or on the street. Near the Stony Brook T station. Join us for local produce, bread, cheese, eggs, grass-fed meat, fish, salsa, and more. Check out the new space and enter to win a door prize! The Winter Market runs through February, 2015.Find out more »
Egleston Farmers Market has moved! We’re based indoors at the Urbano Project at the Brewery complex, 29 Germania Street, JP. Join us every Saturday, 10am-2pm, November-February for fresh local veggies, apples, meat, fish, cheese, eggs and lots of delicious prepared foods, like salsa, chips, pasta and more!Find out more »
Happy new year! Stop by the Egleston Farmers Market on Saturday, January 3, 10am-2pm. Pick up some fresh produce and apples. And shop for local eggs, pasta, meat, fish, cheese, salsa, pasta and fresh baked bread. You can also get a $1/one minute massage, compost your kitchen scraps, and enjoy complimentary coffee from Ula Cafe. Support the Meridian Academy’s school trip fundraiser by purchasing coffee and GREAT handmade goods. Come meet your local farmers and food producers and hand out…Find out more »
Enjoy local food and live music from Lilla D'Mone this Saturday at Egleston Farmers Market from 10am-2pm. We're having a mini CSA fair with some of our vendors. Pick up some great local produce, apples, eggs, cheese, meat, fish and more! https://www.facebook.com/EglestonFarmersMarket.Find out more »
Fiber Arts Day in collaboration with JP Knit & Stitch Food + Fiber = FUN!!! Fiber Art: Jenny McCracken: Fiber / Plant wall JP Knit & Stitch: Communally Crafted Marriage Equality Banner Vendors: Third Floor Studios (fabric sewn bags) Lady Dye Fibers (yarn) Lina Stoia (dolls) JP Knit & Stitch (selection of local yarns) Highland Felting Studio (scarves + bowls) Carmit (leg warmers) Demo: Weaving with Kelly Knight Spinning with Carmit Kids Activities: Needle Felting (this is not confirmed, but…Find out more »
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