A Rockport Winter Farmers Market Update

Thanks for coming to our February Rockport Winter Farmers Market! Your support of our vendors makes it possible to hold a farmers’ market in the winter.  It was great to come out on a February day and see friends and neighbors and, of course, our growers and producers of local food. Hope to see you at the next one (read on for details)!

We are gearing up for our next Winter Farmers Market on Saturday, March 14th from 10a-2p at 17 Railroad Ave in the old Smith Lumber building. Special thanks to the Smith family of Crackerjacks-Whistlestop Market and Smith Ace Hardware & Lumber for providing the venue for the Rockport Winter Farmers Market! — with SymbioticJuice, LLCBeckah’s Bangin’ ButterEclectic ClamScrub It LLCHalvah HeavenNorth of BostonSeaview Farm and Farm StandDancing Daisy Cookie CompanyCrêpe du JourLauralee’s Country Kitchen and Lattof Farmhouse Kitchen.

Happy New Year!

We are looking forward to a busy local food-and-culture-filled 2020! Just a few dates for you to put on the calendar…

Announcing the return of the Rockport Winter Farmers Market!

Join us for a pop-up market featuring local, fresh food and more in February & March on the following dates:

  • Saturday, February 8th 11am-3pm at 17 Railroad Avenue (Whistlestop Mall)
  • Saturday, March 14th 11am-3pm at 17 Railroad Avenue (Whistlestop Mall)

Annual Meeting Coming Soon!

Our Annual Meeting is coming up in February. Please plan to join us for an update on all that is happening with the nonprofit Rockport Exchange. Light bites and connecting with the community are all part of this fun and informative annual gathering.

  • Tuesday, February 11th, 7-8:30pm, location TBA

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Thank you for supporting local makers!

The Rockport Makers Festival was a huge success, and Rockport Exchange was thrilled to participate by hosting a Makers Food Market as part of the larger festival.

Many, many thanks to the First Baptist Church of Rockport for providing the venue, the Town of Rockport, the Chamber of Commerce, and most of all, Rusty & Ingrid Creative Company for co-producing this very special event.

A huge thanks, also, to our vendors for making such delicious, wholesome specialty food and to YOU, our patrons, for supporting local makers. Everyone’s efforts make our community — and the world! — a better place.

A busy Makers Food  Market!

Festival-goers come prepared to support local makers in any weather.

Intrepid volunteer Kai Knudsen sorts the day’s trash into composting and recycling at the end of the market. (Thank you Kai!)