Coming up in just a few days: the Rockport Winter Farmers Market at StudioCrepe in Rockport! Support your local food growers and producers during the long New England winter.
Fresh greens, root vegetables, smoked fish and mussels, pork, beef, eggs, sausage, cold brew coffee, jams, pickles, dried fruit, sauerkraut, bread, baked treats — even herbal remedies and dahlia tubers! The March market has a little something for everyone. You can even have a custom crepe made by the good folks at StudioCrepe, using fresh ingredients you pick up at the market.
Join us this Saturday and see your friends and neighbors as they venture outdoors in the light of early spring. See you there, and thanks for supporting local food!
Saturday, March 11th from 9am to 1pm
StudioCrepe, 17 Railroad Avenue in Rockport
Wheelchair accessible. Plenty of parking.
Now that March is here, our thoughts turn to the Motif No.1 Day Festival, just a few short months away. The award winning Motif No.1 Day 5K & Fun Run is back, with proceeds from the race benefitting Health & Wellness initiatives at Rockport Schools.
Plenty of arts programming is back too, with dance, theater, film, literary events, visual arts and more. M1D focuses on interactive elements, so festival-goers can make art as well as experience it.
Interested in volunteering with the M1D team? Get in touch at email@example.com. We would love to have you join us, whether as part of the planning process leading up to the festival or on the day itself.
Entries are still open for this year’s Red Shed Film Fest on April 25th at the Shalin Liu Performance Center. Short films with a focus on small or rural communities are the focus, with films ranging from documentaries to narrative fiction included in the festival. For more info, go to our Red Shed Film Fest page.
The beautiful Emerson Inn was the snowy setting for Rockport Exchange’s annual meeting, held on February 16, 2017. A huge thank you to those of you who came out in the winter weather, and to Rockport High School students Jace and Clara who played the cello and violin while attendees enjoyed delicious food from Sasquatch Smokehouse, Cake Ann, and Common Crow. These farmers market and Harvestfest vendors generously donated their goods and time to contribute to the nonprofit Rockport Exchange’s annual meeting.
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