‘We hope everyone will check out the Farmer’s Market at Bay State Commons’


Letter to the Editor logoThe members of the 2024 Farmer’s Market planning committee would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the hospitality shown to The Market and the community by Congregation B’nai Shalom synagogue.  After Covid, the Westborough Rotary took over managing the market and opened the season at the Congregational Church.  We all remember how everyone was happy to return to some form of normality, and returning to the original market location was perfect.  When the Congregational Church could no longer host the market, B’nai Shalom graciously stepped in and offered their front lawn as a new home.

The Synagogue’s location provided many advantages: lots of space on the front lawn, great visibility on Main Street, tons of parking, and an area for food trucks.  But, as season two progressed, community feedback made us realize that a more central location was needed.  

And so, starting this year, the Farmer’s Market will be at our town meeting place – Bay State Commons.  We are so thankful to B’nai Shalom for the past two years, and to the Congregational Church for prior years.  They opened their arms to the market and have been great community partners.  We could not have reached this new location without the support that allowed us to continue and to learn how to improve the market.

We hope everyone will check out the Farmer’s Market at Bay State Commons starting on Thursday, June 13th, and become regular patrons.

Thanks for the continuing support, and see you at the market.

The Farmer’s Market Committee:

Rotarian and Market Manager Kristin Bradley; Rotarians Kathy Wilfert and Curtis Bramley; Westborough Connects Executive Director Kelley Petralia; and Volunteer Wendi Comey

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