The Year in Review

Don’t miss Tuesday’s Annual Meeting at Brothers’ Brew at 7pm. Lots of interesting info on the past year of programming, as well as a glimpse into what 2019 has in store for Rockport Exchange and our community partners!

For more, check out our current newsletter HERE…

But first, a few pictures from 2018. We had a lot of fun, ate a lot of local food, and experienced a lot of local culture together!

Rockport Exchange representatives receiving a grant from representatives of the Cape Ann Community Foundation at the first Rockport Farmers Market of the season.

Chef Dan & his family
Melanie & Darren
Cocktails with the Cows at Seaview Farm

 

 

Harvestfest

 

Save the Date: Our Annual Meeting is on February 26th

Yes, it’s that time of year again, when we gather our friends and supporters together to talk about the Year in Review. We also eat great food and listen to awesome music (last year it was local legends, the Headlands).

We hope you will join us! Details to follow, but you rest assured knowing that if you plan to come, we will have a great time talking about the mission and programming of the nonprofit Rockport Exchange while looking ahead to a fantastic 2019!

In the meantime, check out this beautiful painting by artist Chris Coyne that captures the loveliness of Rockport in winter.

Rockport Exchange Receives $3,000 from the Cape Ann Community Foundation

The Cape Ann Community Foundation disperses funds every year to worthy local causes. Rockport Exchange is thrilled to be the recipient of a $3,000 grant from the CACF to continue our initiatives in promoting and supporting local food networks.

The CACF is funded through the sale of specially-issued Cape Ann license plates. Your purchase of a Cape Ann license plate supports the work of the Cape Ann Community Foundation while promoting all that Cape Ann has to offer: it’s a win-win! For more, check out the work of the Cape Ann Community Foundation through their website, where you can also purchase license plates.