All farm products can be purchased directly from the farmers on Saturday from 10am-1pm.
Dates & Time: Saturdays from June 27th – September 5 from 10am to 1pm
Market Location: Rockport Music parking lot at 16 Main St. in Rockport
Market Protocols: Vendors & Patrons must wear a mask at all times, per local and state guidelines. Social-distancing and sanitation will be observed by vendors and patrons.
In-person Rockport Farmers Market purchases: Produce and locally-grown farm products can be purchased and picked up in-person from our farmers from 10am-1pm at the Rockport Farmers Market. Just stop by, follow our protocols, and buy fresh food directly from your farmer!
Thank you for your support for local food, and we look forward to seeing you for in-person purchase and pickups this summer!
A huge thank you to Rockport Music for their generosity in supporting so many community initiatives and hosting the Rockport Farmers Market for the 2020 season.
Motif #1 Day Only! Pick up the Inns of Rockport Cookbook and save 25%!
The cookbook will be available for pickup on Motif #1 Day from 11 – 3 at two locations in town! To be safe in these days of social distancing, we will follow strict contact-less sales.
Books will be available on a table outdoors for individual pick up. Deposit $15 (a 25% off savings) into the basket and pick up book! It’s that easy.
Two Locations: Beech Tree B&B at 55 Broadway or the Seafarer Inn at 50 Marmion Way.
We’re all INN this together! The innkeepers of Rockport, MA share their favorite and most requested recipes. From breads and muffins to frittatas and quiches, from soups and appetizers to main dishes and desserts. Some simple, some complex, some new, some handed down through the generations. Find out more about the Inns as well as fun facts about Rockport as you enjoy The Inns of Rockport’s favorite recipes. Bring home a taste of Rockport.
Due to Gov. Charlie Baker’s declaration of a State of Emergency in regard to the increase of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts, the Rockport Board of Health has requested that all non-essential gatherings be suspended.
A Board of Health meeting was held on March 10th, and members made the specific recommendation that Rockport Exchange not hold the upcoming Winter Farmers’ Market on March 14th to avoid the prospect of a large concentration of people gathering in close proximity at this time.
While it is disappointing to cancel the March 14th market, Rockport Exchange appreciates the prudence of the Rockport Board of Selectmen and the Rockport Board of Health in considering the welfare of our entire community.
We look forward to our summer markets, starting in June, where growers and makers and patrons of local food will come together at the Rockport Farmers Market.