The North Shore of Massachusetts has some of the most fertile soil in the United States and the farms of the region produce wonderful produce and other foods that you can buy directly at the farm, or it comes to you via a local Farmer's Market. Farmer's markets aren't just a place to get your favorite local seasonal foods, it s a community! The markets vary from town to town, and in addtion to the farm goods, you'll enjoy live music, craft and other vendors, and some even have activities to keep the kids busy while you shop!
Rain or shine, the Swampscott Farmers’ Market features a wide variety of produce, meats, fish, breads, flowers and crafts from farmers, food producers, and artisans from around Massachusetts and nearby New England states. Anchoring the market, Swampscott will have Clark Farm providing a large variety of produce, as well as John Crow Farms bringing produce, meats and poultry. Other vendors include Maitland Mountain Farms (known for their pickles and flowers), Fille de Ferme (producer of homemade jams and jellies), Cherry Street Fish Market, Big Sky Breads, and more.
Postponed until July 5th! Lynn's Fireworks Display Begins at 9 PM from Red Rock Park. Prior to the Fireworks, there will be a live music perform starting at 7pm. Lynn Shore Drive and Surrounding Streets Will begin at 6PM and remain closed until after the show. Parking restrictions go into effect at 3PM. The best viewing is usually along Lynn Shore Drive and the Humphrey Street area in Swampscott. There will be a concert from 7pm til 9pm in the park.
Strawberry Festival is Swampscott's Annual Summer Kick-off Party! Parade down Humphrey Street, eat delicious strawberry shortcake and enjoy a live concert with Brian Maes. Kids area, vendors, food trucks, and more!
The outdoor markets are done for the season but we will have one last indoor Thanksgiving Market on Sunday, November 20th at Swampscott High School (10-1). Stock up with fresh produce for your Thanksgiving table and get your Christmas shopping started early with our crafters.
Aleph Academy and Lappin Foundation invites you to Babyccino, a chic meet for mod moms and their tots ages 0-24 months (siblings are welcome).
The weather is cold and chai tea is calling, and we’re getting together to celebrate the most perfect pint-size season of all. Join us on this adventure as we explore the scents and sounds of the season through music, arts, sensory stimulants, and heaps of happy play!
When: NEW DAY! Wednesdays at 10 am: February 19 and 26
Where: Aleph Academy, 44 Burrill Street, Swampscott
Join Sawyer Free Library, the Boston Bruins and Cradles to Crayons in their goal to collect new pajamas for kids in need! The Boston Bruins will be hosting their 13th Annual PJ Drive from February 1 - March 15. The drive will benefit Cradles for Crayons and DCF Wonderfund, two non-profits that ensure positive living conditions for children.
As part of COASTSWEEP Beach Cleanup, volunteers are encouraged to come to Phillips Beach to help in the statewide effort to keep our coastline clean along the shore in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Trash collected will be measured and analyzed, and the data will be sent to Washington DC to aid the government in creating legislation to minimize trash in our oceans! This specific cleanup is coordinated by Ted Maney and the Boston Sea Rovers.
Whole Foods Market will introduce you to kid-friendly foods with parent-friendly ingredients that the whole family will enjoy. They make it easy for parents and children going back-to-school to get back to a healthier routine. WFM will help with fun, colorful and creative recipes for every meal.
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