Dorchester Community Food Co-op

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We made it!

As of today, July 4, we now have 400 household member-owners of the Dorchester Community Food Co-op. Thanks to all who have joined in the last month to help us reach our goal! This is an important milestone for the Co-op.

We are going to have a busy year ahead of us, as we launch our major Capital Campaign to raise $1.85 million to open our doors in 2017. We will be raising the money through individual investments, foundation grants and loans. The funds will be used to build out our new space, purchase equipment, hire a General Manager and other start-up staff, and do all the work we need to do to be ready for opening. Stay tuned to hear more about this process.

Welcome to our new Co-op members: Joel Richards, Leslie MacWeeney, Stephanie Crawford, Jolie Olivetti, Clare, Randy and Annika Nielsen, Tara Register, LaNette Peavy, Melissa Alexis and Roz Freeman.

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400 by the Fourth!

We are so close to having 400 member-owners–an important milestone for the new Food Co-op. We need 9 more members to join–if you have been sitting on the sidelines we invite you to join the hundreds of community residents who have joined together to build a beautiful new community owned business that is responsive to and reflects the diversity and talent of the Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan neighborhoods.

Click on the link on the right side of this page and JOIN TODAY!

Food Co-op Annual Meeting
Congratulations to the new Board Members elected at the Co-op Annual Meeting on June 11. More than 50 members and supporters came out to the Kit Clark Senior Center in Fields Corner.  We had a great panel discussion on building a grassroots food system in our neighborhoods with Vivien Morris of Mattapan Food and Fitness and the Boston Public Health Commission, A. Bayoán Rosselló-Cornier from the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative and the Dudley Real Food Hub, and Darnell Adams from the Food Co-op. 

Meet the new Board of the Dorchester Community Food Co-op:

DarnelllDarnell Adams, DCFC Project Manager
Darnell Adams is a dynamic food entrepreneur and small business coach, who is passionate about accessibility and equity within the local food system. During her 5 years as Managing Director of CropCircle Kitchen, Boston’s culinary incubator and accelerator, she revamped the organization’s Standard Operating Procedures, business training, and the membership application process. She was responsible for managing day-to-day operations, including overseeing all business recruitment and providing technical assistance to the entrepreneurs. She also handled much of the coordination with City and State health agencies. During her tenure at the incubator, CropCircle substantially increased kitchen usage and doubled earned revenue for the organization. Darnell has taught the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification class for the past 6 years and is HAACP certified.  Prior to CropCircle Kitchen, Darnell was the owner and Executive Chef of “Eat-In” Style, a catering company she ran for 5+ years. Darnell has a B.S. in Biology and earned a Master’s of Education from Harvard University.

DavidaDavida Andelman,  DCFC Board Treasurer
Davida Andelman is a resident of Dorchester’s Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood in Boston.  She worked for 17 years at a Dorchester Community Health Center heading up the community health department. She played a key role in the creation of the Food in the Hood Committee and the Bowdoin/Geneva Farmers’ Market.  Davida retired last year from her position at a public health non- profit also located in Dorchester and had been focusing on childhood lead poisoning prevention, asthma and smoke free housing issues.  As a resident of Dorchester and the chair of the Greater Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood Association, she has been involved in enhancing neighborhood economic development and revitalization, public safety and environmental justice issues. 

johnnyJohnny Charles
Johnny is currently the Associate Director of Admissions for the Heller School for social policy and management at Brandeis University. Prior to Heller, Johnny worked for Interise Inc. as the Boston Program Manager where he recruited and cultivated small business participants for their flagship program, the StreetWise ‘MBA’TM. Johnny also previously worked for Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation as the Economic Development Specialist, and served as Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation’s Renew Boston coordinator where he recruited homeowners and small businesses for the City of Boston’s weatherization services program. In addition Johnny was also the Community Outreach Associate for The Food Project in Boston where he worked with local youth, CBO’s and local government services towards a sustainable food system in the inner city neighborhoods of Boston. He holds a B.A. in communications with a focus on journalism from Curry College and an M.B.A from Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management.

A. JacobsonAriel Jacobson
Ariel Jacobson is Director of Development and Grassroots Leadership at the Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United, a national restaurant workers’ organization with close to 13,000 restaurant worker members, 100 employer partners, and several thousand consumer members in 32 cities nationwide. Prior to joining ROC-United, Jacobson was the Program Manager for Economic Justice at the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, an international human-rights organization. She has also worked with organizations focused on grassroots community development, the rights of women and Indigenous Peoples, and youth leadership development. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a master’s degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Sharon HigginsSharon Higgins
Sharon Higgins is a lead teacher at the Gertrude Townsend Early Head Start program in Dorchester. Born in Barbados, Sharon has lived in the Four Corners neighborhood of Dorchester for the past 22 years. Sharon has a degree in Early Childhood Education from the Urban College of Boston, and is working on a degree in Human Services and Counseling from Lesley University in Cambridge. Sharon serves on the Board of the Four Corners Action Coalition, is a section leader in the Nightingale Community Garden, and is certified as a master Urban Gardener by the Boston Natural Area Network. Sharon is an active member of the Asuza Christian community, and has one daughter in the Boston Public Schools.

C.InfanteChanie Infante, Candidate for Board of Directors
Chanie Infante is a long-time resident of the Four Corners neighborhood of Dorchester. She has been working in the nonprofit field for many years, first working with children and their families and now in the field of housing with the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership. Her passion for working with people led her to study Human Services at Springfield College. Chanie is involved with several community programs including the Huntington Theater’s Community Membership Program. She is also an occasional blogging contributor on local events.

NLeeNancy Lee
Nancy Lee moved to Dorchester in 2011 and is an economist by training. She is the program evaluation and research manager at Interise, a non-profit that supports the growth of small businesses in urban communities. Previously, Nancy was at Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy as a Research Associate in economic development and urban sustainability. Nancy is a Project Management Professional (PMP) who is experienced in taking large undertakings and breaking them into manageable tasks and defining metrics to measure progress. Skills she brings to the Dorchester Community Food Co-op include data collection (e.g. Census data, surveys), data analysis, strategic planning, and project/task implementation. She is serving on the DCFC board because she wants to see the community benefit from a food co-op that will help address issues like food availability and job creation.

Jennie Msall 2Jennie Msall,  DCFC Board President
Jennie Msall has been a resident of Dorchester since moving to the Boston area five years ago. She has a B.A. in urban studies from Vassar College, and currently works as the Supply Chain Coordinator at Oké USA, a fair trade fruit company owned by Equal Exchange. She manages the complex logistics of a small banana farmer supply chain, and organizes consumers and college students to shift supermarkets and institutions towards more ethical and sustainable banana options. Previously, Jennie was a Community Food Associate at The Food Project, a Boston-based non-profit organization. As the Community Food Associate, she worked on projects aimed at increasing food access in Dorchester and Roxbury. She also serves on the board of Boston Community Cooperatives, a non-profit organization that provides infrastructure to housing cooperatives in the Boston area. 

lynnLynn Murray,  DCFC Outreach and Education Organizer
Lynn Murray is an event manager at the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network based at the Museum of Science in Boston.   A big believer in connecting those with the least access and privilege with critical and plentiful resources, the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network provides creative technology and art tools to underserved youth.  Lynn has more than ten years of experience in community organizing and outreach. Prior to working at the Museum of Science, she organized low income women and women of color in the Cambridge community.  Lynn is passionate about community building, food empowerment, and developing leadership among all marginalized people.  She completed a degree in Women’s Studies at the University of North Texas and completed the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program at the Center for Third World Organizing in Oakland, California. She has served and contributed to numerous local women’s organizations including: The Boston Women’s Fund, Reflect and Strengthen, The Black Women’s Health Study at Boston University and The Women’s Center in Cambridge.  She has lived in Dorchester for 15 years.

claireClaire Raymond-Gooden
Claire Raymond-Gooden has lived in Dorchester’s Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood for the past 28 years. She has a B.A. in psychology from Cambridge College, and currently works as the site coordinator for the Family Resource Center, a program of The Family Nurturing Center. In her position, Claire has developed and coordinated family events and activities, including a parent support group and many other support programs for parents. She also facilitated and coordinated, three 15 week nurturing programs for families in the Dorchester neighborhood. In addition, she has worked with many neighborhood agencies and organizations focused on strengthening families. Previously, Claire was a co-chair of Dorchester’s Neighborhood Response Team and Bowdoin/Geneva Main Street.

jenny silverman head shotJenny Silverman, DCFC Capital Coordinator
Jenny Silverman has been involved in the Cooperative movement for more than 35 years. As one of the founders of the Dorchester Community Food Co-op, Jenny has worked for the past four years as the Project Manager. She is now turning her attention to raising the capital for the new store. Previously Jenny worked for more than two decades at Red Sun Press, a printing and design worker co-op in Boston. During this time, she served as Sales Manager and President of the Board, and was instrumental in expanding Red Sun’s sales to include municipal and state contract work, as well as increasing sales in the non-profit, cooperative and socially responsible business sectors. Jenny was an active member of the Cambridge Food Co-op when it transitioned from a buying club to a full service store in the mid 1970’s. Jenny is also the Education Director at Boston Workmen’s Circle, and directs a staff of 10 teachers serving over 100 children. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Jenny has lived in Dorchester for 31 years. Her two children are graduates of the Boston Public Schools, and she is excited to be joining her neighbors tending a garden plot at the Nightingale Urban Garden in Dorchester.


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Food Co-op Annual Meeting

FOOD CO-OP ANNUAL MEETING
OPEN TO ALL!

Thursday June 11th
6:30
8:30pm (light dinner at 6:30, Meeting starts at 7pm

at the Kit Clark Community Room
1500 Dorchester Avenue in Fields Corner

Join in on the discussion!
Building Partnerships:
Bringing Community Controlled Healthy Food Options
to Dorchester/Roxbury/Mattapan
 Panelists will include:

Vivien Morris
MS, RD, MPH, LDN–Director, Office of Racial Equity and Health Improvement, Boston Public Health Commission

A. Bayoán Rosselló-Cornier
Community Organizer and Planner, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative,
Lead DSNI Organizer for the Dudley Real Food Hub

Darnell Adams
Project Manager, Dorchester Community Food Coop

Board Elections will follow the discussion.

Meet our Candidates for the Dorchester Community Food Co-op Board of Directors

Jennie Msall 2Jennie Msall, Current Board Member and DCFC Board President
Jennie Msall has been a resident of Dorchester since moving to the Boston area five years ago. She has a B.A. in urban studies from Vassar College, and currently works as the Supply Chain Coordinator at Oké USA, a fair trade fruit company owned by Equal Exchange. She manages the complex logistics of a small banana farmer supply chain, and organizes consumers and college students to shift supermarkets and institutions towards more ethical and sustainable banana options. Previously, Jennie was a Community Food Associate at The Food Project, a Boston-based non-profit organization. As the Community Food Associate, she worked on projects aimed at increasing food access in Dorchester and Roxbury. She also serves on the board of Boston Community Cooperatives, a non-profit organization that provides infrastructure to housing cooperatives in the Boston area. 

DavidaDavida Andelman, Current Board Member and DCFC Board Treasurer
Davida Andelman is a resident of Dorchester’s Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood in Boston.  She worked for 17 years at a Dorchester Community Health Center heading up the community health department. She played a key role in the creation of the Food in the Hood Committee and the Bowdoin/Geneva Farmers’ Market.  Davida retired last year from her position at a public health non- profit also located in Dorchester and had been focusing on childhood lead poisoning prevention, asthma and smoke free housing issues.  As a resident of Dorchester and the chair of the Greater Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood Association, she has been involved in enhancing neighborhood economic development and revitalization, public safety and environmental justice issues. 

johnnyJohnny Charles, Current Board Member
Johnny is currently the Associate Director of Admissions for the Heller School for social policy and management at Brandeis University. Prior to Heller, Johnny worked for Interise Inc. as the Boston Program Manager where he recruited and cultivated small business participants for their flagship program, the StreetWise ‘MBA’TM. Johnny also previously worked for Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation as the Economic Development Specialist, and served as Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation’s Renew Boston coordinator where he recruited homeowners and small businesses for the City of Boston’s weatherization services program. In addition Johnny was also the Community Outreach Associate for The Food Project in Boston where he worked with local youth, CBO’s and local government services towards a sustainable food system in the inner city neighborhoods of Boston. He holds a B.A. in communications with a focus on journalism from Curry College and an M.B.A from Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management.

 

A. JacobsonAriel Jacobson, Current Board Member
Ariel Jacobson is Director of Development and Grassroots Leadership at the Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United, a national restaurant workers’ organization with close to 13,000 restaurant worker members, 100 employer partners, and several thousand consumer members in 32 cities nationwide. Prior to joining ROC-United, Jacobson was the Program Manager for Economic Justice at the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, an international human-rights organization. She has also worked with organizations focused on grassroots community development, the rights of women and Indigenous Peoples, and youth leadership development. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a master’s degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Sharon HigginsSharon Higgins, Current Board Member
Sharon Higgins is a lead teacher at the Gertrude Townsend Early Head Start program in Dorchester. Born in Barbados, Sharon has lived in the Four Corners neighborhood of Dorchester for the past 22 years. Sharon has a degree in Early Childhood Education from the Urban College of Boston, and is working on a degree in Human Services and Counseling from Lesley University in Cambridge. Sharon serves on the Board of the Four Corners Action Coalition, is a section leader in the Nightingale Community Garden, and is certified as a master Urban Gardener by the Boston Natural Area Network. Sharon is an active member of the Asuza Christian community, and has one daughter in the Boston Public Schools.

NLeeNancy Lee, Current Board Member
Nancy Lee moved to Dorchester in 2011 and is an economist by training. She is the program evaluation and research manager at Interise, a non-profit that supports the growth of small businesses in urban communities. Previously, Nancy was at Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy as a Research Associate in economic development and urban sustainability. Nancy is a Project Management Professional (PMP) who is experienced in taking large undertakings and breaking them into manageable tasks and defining metrics to measure progress. Skills she brings to the Dorchester Community Food Co-op include data collection (e.g. Census data, surveys), data analysis, strategic planning, and project/task implementation. She is serving on the DCFC board because she wants to see the community benefit from a food co-op that will help address issues like food availability and job creation.

lynnLynn Murray, Current Board Member and DCFC Outreach and Education Organizer
Lynn Murray is an event manager at the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network based at the Museum of Science in Boston.   A big believer in connecting those with the least access and privilege with critical and plentiful resources, the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network provides creative technology and art tools to underserved youth.  Lynn has more than ten years of experience in community organizing and outreach. Prior to working at the Museum of Science, she organized low income women and women of color in the Cambridge community.  Lynn is passionate about community building, food empowerment, and developing leadership among all marginalized people.  She completed a degree in Women’s Studies at the University of North Texas and completed the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program at the Center for Third World Organizing in Oakland, California. She has served and contributed to numerous local women’s organizations including: The Boston Women’s Fund, Reflect and Strengthen, The Black Women’s Health Study at Boston University and The Women’s Center in Cambridge.  She has lived in Dorchester for 15 years.

claireClaire Raymond-Gooden, Current Board Member
Claire Raymond-Gooden has lived in Dorchester’s Bowdoin/Geneva Neighborhood for the past 28 years. She has a B.A. in psychology from Cambridge College, and currently works as the site coordinator for the Family Resource Center, a program of The Family Nurturing Center. In her position, Claire has developed and coordinated family events and activities, including a parent support group and many other support programs for parents. She also facilitated and coordinated, three 15 week nurturing programs for families in the Dorchester neighborhood. In addition, she has worked with many neighborhood agencies and organizations focused on strengthening families. Previously, Claire was a co-chair of Dorchester’s Neighborhood Response Team and Bowdoin/Geneva Main Street.

jenny silverman head shotJenny Silverman, Current Board Member and DCFC Capital Coordinator
Jenny Silverman has been involved in the Cooperative movement for more than 35 years. As one of the founders of the Dorchester Community Food Co-op, Jenny has worked for the past four years as the Project Manager. She is now turning her attention to raising the capital for the new store. Previously Jenny worked for more than two decades at Red Sun Press, a printing and design worker co-op in Boston. During this time, she served as Sales Manager and President of the Board, and was instrumental in expanding Red Sun’s sales to include municipal and state contract work, as well as increasing sales in the non-profit, cooperative and socially responsible business sectors. Jenny was an active member of the Cambridge Food Co-op when it transitioned from a buying club to a full service store in the mid 1970’s. Jenny is also the Education Director at Boston Workmen’s Circle, and directs a staff of 10 teachers serving over 100 children. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Jenny has lived in Dorchester for 31 years. Her two children are graduates of the Boston Public Schools, and she is excited to be joining her neighbors tending a garden plot at the Nightingale Urban Garden in Dorchester.

New candidates for the Board

DarnelllDarnell Adams, DCFC Project Manager, Candidate for Board of Directors
Darnell Adams is a dynamic food entrepreneur and small business coach, who is passionate about accessibility and equity within the local food system. During her 5 years as Managing Director of CropCircle Kitchen, Boston’s culinary incubator and accelerator, she revamped the organization’s Standard Operating Procedures, business training, and the membership application process. She was responsible for managing day-to-day operations, including overseeing all business recruitment and providing technical assistance to the entrepreneurs. She also handled much of the coordination with City and State health agencies. During her tenure at the incubator, CropCircle substantially increased kitchen usage and doubled earned revenue for the organization. Darnell has taught the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification class for the past 6 years and is HAACP certified.  Prior to CropCircle Kitchen, Darnell was the owner and Executive Chef of “Eat-In” Style, a catering company she ran for 5+ years. Darnell has a B.S. in Biology and earned a Master’s of Education from Harvard University.

C.InfanteChanie Infante, Candidate for Board of Directors
Chanie Infante is a long-time resident of the Four Corners neighborhood of Dorchester. She has been working in the nonprofit field for many years, first working with children and their families and now in the field of housing with the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership. Her passion for working with people led her to study Human Services at Springfield College. Chanie is involved with several community programs including the Huntington Theater’s Community Membership Program. She is also an occasional blogging contributor on local events.


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Location chosen for new Food Co-op

It has been a LONG winter, but the Board has been busy moving the Food Co-op project forward–and we want to share a number of important developments:
 
We now have a location for the store! We have signed a Letter of Intent to occupy space in an innovative “green” building now being developed at 258 Washington St. in the Four Corners section of Dorchester. The 24,000 square foot building was recently purchased by Third Sector New England (TSNE) to be co-developed through an exciting joint venture with the Sustainability Guild. The Sustainability Guild is a community-driven social enterprise and resident network with a track record of high impact and holistic projects focused on creating community assets, connection, wellness and beauty. With this vision in mind, the Guild is leading the creation of a dynamic, 70,000+ sq. ft. destination for community-centered health and healing, innovation and social enterprise, as well as culture and learning. (We have partnered with the Sustainability Guild in the past–the Guild created and programmed  the “Community Hub” at the Topliff site and co-sponsored the Fresh Fridays Community Supported Cafe.)
Some of the planned initiatives that will be housed in the new complex include
  • a healthy food café
  • juice bar
  • modular event space
  • a beautiful open plan “mercado” filled with community entrepreneurs
  • healing and wellness spaces
  • co-work space and a small business incubator
  • mission-aligned/driven financial services and support
  • 6000 square feet of space for the Dorchester Community Food Co-op

The existing building sits on a one acre site that will be an urban food forest with education and stewardship activities to be based in the building. The Co-op will launch in the context of social, environmental and economic innovation based on community collaboration, ownership, health and prosperity. We are extremely excited about the opportunity to co-locate with businesses and organizations that will so powerfully complement the mission and values of the Co-op.

What happened to the Topliff site?
The DCFC spent over a year negotiating with two different developers to secure a lease for space in a new building to be built in the Bowdoin Geneva neighborhood at the corner of Bowdoin and Topliff. Ultimately, we were not able to secure a lease at terms that were in alignment with our financial projections and allow for affordable prices for community members.

What happens next?

  • With a site for the co-op in hand, we are moving ahead with plans to develop the store product mix, affordability programs, and workforce. Funds from a USDA planning grant and the Cabot Family Charitable Trust have allowed us to increase our staffing to accelerate the planning process.
  • We are please to announce that we have hired Darnell Adams to come on board as a Project Manager. Current Project Manager Jenny Silverman will turn her focus to raising the capital we need to start the store. Lynn Murray will continue working on membership organizing and community engagement. Together, our staff, Board and members will be working together to build a store that is tailored to the needs (empowerment, ownership and accessibility to quality  products at affordable prices) of the Dorchester community.

Join the Co-op NOW and help us reach our goal. Look for the JOIN NOW column on the right hand side of the page.


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Feb 27: Join us at our Winter Farmers’ Market for a Seafood Festival!

WHAT: Celebrate the Fruits of Our Ocean at the Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market  

WHEN: Friday, February 27, 2015

TIME: 4:00PM – 7:00PM

LOCATION:
Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market: Codman Square Great Hall, 6 Norfolk St, Dorchester, MA 02124  

COST: Free 

AGES: All Ages Welcome! 

ABOUT THE SEAFOOD DEMO: 
Join the Dorchester Community Food Coop at their Winter Farmers’ Market for a Seafood Festival! Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness through its Boston Farmers Market program and partners: Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance and Health Care Without Harm will Celebrate the Fruits of Our Ocean at the Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market. At this event, Fulani Haynes of Fulani’s Kitchen, a Chef, educator, musician, gardener, and grandmother and Nicola Williams, a serial foodie, passionate gardner and local food movement leader will cook Caribbean island style “Fish Tea” using local day boat freshly caught fish from Reds’ Best.  Free tastings for up to 40 attendees will be offered at the market for those who register at the market for the tasting. The cooking will be precluded by a farmers market fresh salad demo by Fulani Haynes and the Seafood Demo will be followed by a fish filet demo by seafood vendor Red’s Best. 

There will be something for the whole family, including interactive children’s activities. State Representative Russell Holmes will return to emcee the seafood festival. You will discover the seasonality of fresh, local seafood available in New England. This family-friendly event is complete with special activities just for children.


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Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market in full swing on Fridays!

Every Friday from now through March 27, 3-7 pm at the Great Hall in Codman Square, (6 Norfolk St)
 
Our market is in full operation, with beautiful displays of produce, fish, cheese, meat, baked goods, spices, chutney, honey and more! Stop in to eat a light dinner while you shop with prepared food options.

The last Friday of each month we will bring Fresh Fridays, our popular summer program, to the Winter Market–stay tuned for details.

So glad to have our returning vendors along with a variety of new vendors!

kids at the market

lyndigo spice at the market  fish at the market

big a farm


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Winter Farmers’ Market Kickoff on Jan 9–NOW ON FRIDAYS!

Only 2 weeks until the Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market 2015 Kickoff!
Friday January 9, 3-7 pm at the Great Hall in Codman Square, (6 Norfolk St)
The Winter Farmers’ Market will run every Friday from 3-7 pm.   January 9 – March 27
 

Though the holiday season is in full swing, it is not stopping us from preparing a wonderful Winter Market Kickoff.  We will have children’s activities, food demos, visiting food trucks and special activities over the course of the season. Now on Fridays so you will be able to stock up for the weekend and the week ahead.

The last Friday of each month we will bring Fresh Fridays, our popular summer program, to the Winter Market–stay tuned for details.

So glad to have our returning vendors along with a variety of new vendors!

    

Please spread the word to make our 2015 season a success!

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