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.
The second Virtual Rockport Farmers Market took place on Saturday, May 9th. In spite of the wind, rain, and SNOW, we had a great market, distributing local food to over 60 households.
Sourdough bread from Bonny Breads
Mother’s Day cake from Dancing Daisy
A big thanks to our vendors, to our patrons, our volunteers, and to Seaview Farm, for hosting the distribution of the goods sold online through our Virtual Market.
Look for the next market to be held on Saturday, May 23rd (the market opens for online orders on Sunday, May 17th). We will have fresh bread, local eggs, organically-grown seedlings, local beef, baked treats, and a great range of value-added products from sauerkraut to almond butter to hot sauce.
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)!
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!)