Friday, November 1, 2013
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
|In exchange for donated items receive a free pumpkin courtesy of Liberty Bay Credit Union.|
Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 9:00 to 1:00
at Braintree Town Hall
Make A Difference Day is a national day of giving where neighbors help neighbors — Please support your local non-profits.
We will be collecting QUALITY USED items:
*Adult Clothing (including interview attire) & Household Items (especially dishes and small appliances) for Interfaith Social Services’ Career Closet & Thrift Shop
*Children’s Fall & Winter Clothing (infant to high school) for the Kids’ Clothes Closet and Cradles to Crayons
*Baby Items (car seats, strollers, playpens, safety items, bedding, diaper bags - NO cribs) & Children’s Items (toys, puzzles, movies & books) for Cradles to Crayons
*Aquariums, Filters, Heaters, Food Bowls, Animal Toys & Cages/Crates for the New England Wildlife Center
*Books, DVDs & CDs for the Friends of Thayer Public Library
*Cell Phones for Cell Phones for Soldiers
*Eyeglasses for Lions Recycle for Sight
As well as some NEW items:
*Toiletries (toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, soap), Non-perishable Food, Paper Goods (incl. napkins & paper towels), Laundry Detergent, Cleaning Supplies, Diapers, Sanitary Items & Baby Wipes for the Marge Crispin Center.
*Birthday Party Supplies (plates, tablecloths, cutlery, juice boxes, piñatas, goodie bags, wrapped candy without nuts) (open packages accepted) for Birthday Wishes
*Dry Dog Food, Reptomin Turtle Food & Bleach for the N.E. Wildlife Center
*And some MISCELLANEOUS items and items that have seen better days:
-Soda Can Tabs for Shriners Hospitals -Old Keys for keyforhope.org
-Old Towels, Wine Corks, Box Tops for Education, Campbell’s Labels, Codes from Coke Products, Old Sneakers (in any condition, no cleats)
*Clean your closets for a good cause and go home with a FREE PUMPKIN courtesy of Liberty Bay Credit Union (quantities are limited)
To volunteer: email email@example.com or call 781-794-8338
For updates: www.sustainablebraintree.org
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 2:48 PM
|Fresh carrots from C.N. Smith Farm.|
Start putting aside gently used items and donate them at our Make a Difference Day/Pumpkin Festival market on Oct. 26th. Sustainable Braintree will be working in conjunction with the Braintree Farmers Market by holding a collection inside the Braintree Town Hall. Donated new and gently used goods will be passed along to a variety of local nonprofit organizations. In exchange for donations participants will be awarded with a free pumpkin sponsored by Liberty Bay Credit Union.
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 7:38 AM
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
|Rita Carolina helps her mother Carmen Mirabel sell her all-natural soaps and lotions.|
At the helm of All My Angel's Call Soaps is Carmen Mirabel who was one of our founding vendors when the Braintree Farmers Market opened back in 2009. Carmen and her daughter, Rita Carolina, are happily back again with Carmen's luxurious body products that include soaps, lotions, soy candles and essential oils, handcrafted from flowers, vegetables and trees that enhance and heal the quality of our lives. Carmen uses all-natural essential oils that are used for aromatherapy, an alternative form of medicine in which healing effects are ascribed to the aromatic compounds in the oils and other plant extracts. Many common plants have medicinal properties that have been applied in folk medicine since ancient times and are still widely used today. As you walk near Carmen's tent you will be drawn in by the luscious scents of her products and we're thrilled to have her back with us. My Angel's Call Soaps will be at the market every Saturday for the remainder of the season.
This week, Fairland Farm Cranberries will be our Guest Visiting Vendor with their dried and fresh local cranberries. Jack's Doggy Snacks will also be on board with Marni's all-natural dog snacks that will make your canines sit up and beg for more. Make sure to stock up as they will not be returning until our Special Indoor Thanksgiving Market on Nov. 23rd. The Braintree Farmers Market will operate in our outdoor location at the Braintree Town Hall on Saturdays throughout October from 9 to 1, rain or shine. Please join us.
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 12:13 PM
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
|Mike Cavanaugh and daughters Julianne & Audrey explore BELD's Bucket Truck.|
A mobile shredding truck provided by Pro-Shred Security www.proshred.com) will be on site to securely shred your sensitive documents. The service is free of charge, but all donations will support Sustainable Braintree. We’ll also be accepting books for recycling—books and proceeds will go to Thayer Public Library. And enter our free raffle exclusively for Braintree residents for an awesome “Taste of the Farmers Market” basket!
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 8:05 AM
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
|Full bounty at Second Nature Farm.|
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 6:28 AM
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
|The Braintree Farmers Market runs thru October.|
The Braintree Farmers Market is brought to you by the efforts of volunteers who recognize the value of local foods, environmental issues and, most importantly, the strong sense of community that has blossomed in our efforts to bring this event to Braintree. The market runs on Saturdays from 9 to 1, rain or shine, in front of the Braintree Town Hall. In the event of severe weather conditions the market will be moved inside the town hall auditorium. Thanks to everyone who supports this labor of love and, if you have never been to the market, now is the perfect time to try us out. See you on Saturday.
Posted by Braintree Farmers Market at 1:36 PM