Purveyors of Local
Boston Public Market
In 2015, Boston Public Market officially opened their doors. However, far before the door opening ceremony, the market was well underway, set to becoming a year-round market selling various goods and produce from New England. In 2001, a group of food producers, restaurateurs, advocates formed the Boston Public Market Association. Many years of dedication for the market place has produced today's result; a year-round, indoor market featuring over 35 vendors selling only fresh and locally sourced goods from Massachusetts and New England.
A Greater Initiative
Beyond the vendors, Boston Public Market also offers educational programming through The Kitchen. The Kitchen is a 3200 square foot space, with programming offered by the Trustees of Reservations in various areas such as cooking instruction and hands-on demos,lectures, family activities, exercise classes, training and more. Next month, REI is sponsoring morning yoga on January 7th, while the 16th offers a class on 'Seasonal Soups for the Soul'.
Some classes are free of charge while others charge a comparable fee depending on the material. Check out their full line-up to learn more!
Shop Boston Public Market
Boston Public Market is the perfect one-stop-shop for all of your holiday needs this year. From produce to hand-made cutting boards and everything in between, there is truly something for everyone at the market. A few of their vendors are below, but click the link to see the full list.
Mother Juice || Red Apple Farm || Siena Farm || Stillman Quality Meats || Union Sqaure Donuts || Taza || Sweet Lydia's || Wolf Meadow Farm || Q's Nuts || American Stonecraft