Newton’s New Indoor Winter Farmer’s Market

Newton has started its own Winter Farmers’ Market, which runs on Tuesdays from 1:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the Hyde Community Center in Newton Highlands. I visited today and guess what I found?

Crisp and Delicious Apples!

apples, newton farmers market

Fresh Salad Greens! Hydroponic!

hydroponic salad greens Newton Highlands farmer's market

Artisanal Cheese!

Newton farmer's market, newton highlands farmer's market, Hyde community center

Lovely soaps!

newton farmer's market winter, newton highlands

Artisanal Pasta from Nella Pasta.

artisanal pasta, newton farmer's market

Maple syrup from a local sugar house!

newton indoor winter farmer's market

Live musical entertainment by Newton’s own Newton Family Singers. The Newton Family Singers are an intergenerational chorus and band celebrating family, community and American folk music. They are performing on Sunday, December 9th at 4pm at Memorial Spaulding Elementary School (250 Brookline Street). $10/adults $8/kids

Newton farmers market

Kettle Corn! YUM!

Newton indoor farmer's market

Coffee from Nicaragua … from her family’s own farm!

coffee at Newton Farmers Market winter

A LOCAL vineyard, Turtle Creek Winery, with Award Winning Wine!

local vineyard Newton,

Artisanal Jams, Jellies, Relish, Pickles, and Sauces from Coutts Speciality Foods.

Newton winter farmer market

Fresh Fish!

Newton Indoor farmers market

Spindrift healthy sodas and flavored sparkling waters!

Newton farmer's market winter

Gorgeous fresh produce from Freitas Farm.

Newton Indoor Winter Farmers Market

The nice folks at Whole Foods!

Whole Foods Newton Winter Indoor Farmer's Market

Seafood Chowder!

Newton Indoor Winter Farmers Market

 

Thank you to the market manager for setting up such a great indoor Farmers’ Market in Newton! You should come by! As you can see, you can put together a wonderful dinner from the vendors here!  Hope to see you next week!

Newton farmers market


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