N E W S  /  j u n e 25
This week at the HFM
Radishes now come in all sorts of sizes and colors, but none are quite so beautiful as a pile of beautiful red ones - as above - from Second Nature Farm of Norton, MA. To see more of what Second Nature was offering last week - and most likely will this week as well - see below. 

Love a Parade?
Of course, everyone loves a parade!
     Now is the time to show your support for the HFM and help the 
Friends of the Hingham Farmers Market: participate in the Hingham July 4th parade! The Friends will join with All Paws 4H Dog and Cat Club to walk the parade route. Banners will be carried and there will be a support truck decorated to reflect the theme of this year's parade - "Liberty and Justice for All." 
     Visit the Friends table this week at the HFM or for more details, email Help and participation from parade lovers of all ages is most appreciated.
Master Gardeners July 2
We may have some rain between now and July 2, but next Saturday is the perfect time to pay a visit to the Master Gardeners and ask them for hints on how to deal with a garden and a drought. 
Vendor News
This Week at the HFM
Rotating vendors this Saturday, June 25
* Alex's Hot sauce  
* Pies by Moira 
* Coastal Vineyards

* Flapdoodle Bags 
* Yellowdog Photography 
* Jon Waterman is this week's 

Next Week at the HFM
July 2
* Dottie O's - baked goods 
* TomCat Daylily Farm 
* Vermont Syrup Co. 
* Signal Rock Farm - lamb  
* The Sandpiper  - jewelery  
* Sugarbeet Accessories  - accessories,
* Crow Point Soaps
* Westport Rivers Vineyard

* Welcome new musician Ann Cavenaugh
  to the HFM
* CS&E: welcome back to the Master
for their monthly visit to the

Vendor news is current at the time hfmarketmatters is delivered
to market-goers.

Opening the Market
     Jay Lukoff, a sales representative from Westport Rivers Vineyard, opened the
     June 18 market, 
marking their first appearance of the season. Westport Rivers
will rotate with Coastal Vineyards, who made their debut on June 11. Photo
     below: a sampling of 
wines from Westport Rivers.
Market Seen
     Harper and Gracie Winters of Hingham try on accessories at Piper's Headbands
at last week's market. Who said the HFM was for adults only?! 
Featuring . . .
     A wonderful assortment of produce from Second Nature Farm, a four-acre
     small fruit and vegetable farm located in Norton, MA, headed up by
. Adam became interested in organic farming while volunteering at
     an organic farm at Wesleyan University while a student there. Second Nature
     Farm grows different heirloom and hybrid varieties and all produce is Certified
     Naturally Grown. Second Nature Farm also runs a 100-member CSA (Community
     Supported Agriculture) program. For more information, check out the farm at 
Hingham Farmers Market
May 7, 2016 – Nov 19, 2016
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