All 2017 Vendors Organized by Type

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Burnshirt Valley Farm (

C & C Lobsters & Fish (

Dick’s Market Garden (

Heavens Harvest Farm (

Long Field Flower Farm (

Smith’s Country Cheese (

Spring Brook Farm (

Sunny Knoll Alpacas (

The Sibling Farmer Market

The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse (


BerryGood Bliss (

Boston Smoked Fish (

El Camino (

Calcutta Curry (

Cauldron Fermented Foods (

Clive’s Jams (

Cucina Aurora Kitchen Witchery (

Deanos Pasta (

Giacomo’s Gourmet Granola (

Halvah Heaven (

Jaju Pierogi (

Samira’s Homemade Food (

Wagwan Jerk Bar (


Aaronap Cellars (

Far From The Tree Cider (

Powerhouse Juice (

Recreo Coffee & Roasterie (


Bread Obsession (

Elpiniki Bakery Boutique (

Harriet’s Bakery (

Roma Bakery

Swissbakers (


Brookie’s Cookies for Dogs

Buzz & Thrive Gardens (

The Domesticated Wild Child (

Fiamma Glass-Urban Mycology (

Mgreenstein designs

Re-Design (

Shayna=E2=80=99s Handmade Handbags (

Succulents By Sandy (


Ancestors In Training

MUSIC: Ancestors In Training is an up and coming Boston based band comprised of street musicians and open mic junkies with a passion for meeting new people and playing as much good music as possible. Their goal is to bring a positive message and energy with them no matter the situation. The body and soul moving music that emanates from the Folk Pop, Rhythm & Rock band shares stories of compassion, triumph and fun with hints of Roots Rock, Blues, Reggae Fusion, and Soul.


Rick Goldin

MUSIC: Rick Goldin, singer and entertainer for children

For over twenty years Rick Goldin’s lively, interactive and humorous children’s songs have made him one of the most popular children’s entertainers in New England.  Children love his live performances because they get to sing, dance and jump along with Rick and his singing animal puppets.

Afrika Gente Latin Jazz

MUSIC:  Afrika Gente Latin Jazz

Afrika Gente (pronounced “hen-tay”) evolved from a Latin jazz and folk dance band to a collaborative of excellent, multi-generational players, with Afro-Latin jazz at its core – versatile as well in: samba, jazz, afro-beat, zouk, soca, blues and more. The “folk” repertoire includes drumming, dancing, singing and folkloric instruments.  The collaborative crosses genres not only in music, dance and spoken word poetry, but into theater and visual arts.

Linda Marks

8/12/2017 MUSIC: Linda Marks

Singer-songwriter/pianist Linda and guitar player Terry will share an eclectic mix of jazz, pop, show tunes, and original songs that will touch your heart and make you smile.  Linda Marks has been playing paino and singing since her early childhood.  In more recent years, she has sung at the Acton Jazz Café, Ryles, Skipjack’s, Amazing Things Arts Center and at the Boston Association for Cabaret Artists Open Mics in Watertown. Linda released her Heart to Heart CD at Scullers Jazz Club on September 16, 2015.

Casey LJ

Casey LJ’s repertoire spans Country, Soul, Popular, Jazz Staotndards and originals with a singular American feel. Spanning a century of the American songbook, these are songs you know and love, whether you know it yet or not. Casey’s guitar and vocal renderings engage your ear with intricacy and nuance.

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Moody Street String Band

MUSIC: Rescheduled from September 30 – note concert time also changed – 10:30 – 11:30!
The Moody Street String Band, named for the location where they first rehearsed, were formed in the early 1990’s, and have been performing at the market since 1997. The lineup has changed through the years, but today’s band features fiddle, accordion, banjo, mandolin, guitars and bass, playing a wide repertoire of traditional string music.  They play and sing tunes that are a lively blend of Irish, English, Scottish and Old-timey New England music.

Boston Smoked Fish Company


Matt is on a mission to share with his fellow Bostonians  how delicious smoked fish can be, and that it can be made right here at home with wholesome, local ingredients.

From hand-selecting the fresh fish each morning on the Boston Fish Pier (much of it caught just hours earlier), Matt oversees the marriage of fresh fish, spices, and aromatic smoke in small batches to make sure what is on your plate is the best possible smoked fish you can find.  Read more about this company. 

  • Filets are good refrigerated for 50 days, 90 days if frozen

  • Pates are good for 2-3 weeks if refrigerated, 4 weeks if frozen

Boston Smoked Fish