Sustainable Braintree Earth Celebration at Sept. 8 Farmers Market

The market, run by Sustainable Braintree, is held weekly at Town Hall through October.

Below are highlights for the  on Sept. 8 in front of , provided by . The market runs weekly from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October.

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Experience an earth friendly event like the Sustainable Braintree Earth Celebration being held this Saturday, Sept. 8th from 9 to 1, rain or shine, in conjunction with the Braintree Farmers Market.  The events tent, sponsored by BELD, will be up with tables and chairs purchased in part with a donation from Wamps Pizzeria.  Music provided by the very talented Tiffany Rozenas & Family will enliven the market with their Celtic Fiddle music.   There's still a few limited Braintree Farmers Market posters available for only $5.  Lower your carbon footprint by walking to the market this Saturday.

Project Have Hope is debuting the Hope Cures Collection of cancer awareness bracelets made from their iconic recycled paper beads.  One dollar from each Hope Cures bracelet purchased is donated to the Ugandan Child Cancer Foundation to help support young patients at the Uganda Cancer Institute.

Community Tent hosts WIC
Quincy WIC nutrition program provides FREE services to families who qualify under the income guidelines.  WIC stands for Women, Infants and Children.  The WIC Community Coordinator will be at this week's market to educate families about the program and how to enroll.  Find out about new foods that have been added to the program.

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Community Garden Table will have info about the garden, composting, and sign-ups for the coming year.  Produce from the garden will be displayed.

The SB Recycling Task Force will host exciting games and crafts for children.  The Color Loft, a children's art studio, located at 381 Washington Street, will be joining us with craft ideas using recyclable materials.  Adults are welcome to stop by the recycling info table for a refresher on Single Stream Recycling and pick up info on this year's Make a Difference Day.

The Bottled Water Tasting Challenge returns to the market for the second time with the help of Braintree Rotary and All Souls Church.  Accept the challenge and see if you can taste the difference between three popular brands of bottled water and Braintree tap water.

Apron Drawing
We're giving away an official Sustainable Braintree Farmers Market apron with embroidered stitching by Threads & Ink.  Perfect for cooking, crafts, gardening and more.  Made from cotton duck fabric.  Drawing each week.  Put your name in at the Sustainable Braintree Tent-No purchase necessary.  Last week's winner is Karen Warsaw.

Braintree Farmers Market Moolah
Need some spending money but don't have cash?  Go to the Sustainable Braintree Farmers Market Tent and swipe your card to get Braintree Farmers Market Moolah which you can use at market vendors and farmers.  We accept SNAP/EBT, debit and credit cards.  One more way to stay green at the market.

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List of organizations this Saturday:

C.N. Smith Farm

Second Nature Farm

The Farmer's Garden

Ever So Humble Pie Co.

Hearth Artisan Bread

Foxboro Cheese

Fresh Catch Seafood

J.H. Beaulieu Livestock 

Nella Pasta

R.I. Spa Products

Homestyle Caterers

The Cupcakerie

Deborah's Kitchen

Coastal Vineyards

Water Tasting/All Souls

Great Cape Baking Company

To Dine For

EvaRuth's Bakery

Providence Granola Project

Harvard Sweet Boutique

Fastachi Gourmet Nuts

Project Have Hope

Stir it Up Cuisine


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DONNY3666 September 08, 2012 at 01:18 PM
Organic food is another joke. If Braintree placed a 10,000 dollar fine for any one selling food at this place that is not 100% organic, the vendors would leave like a band of gypsies.


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