N E W S  /  m a y 28
Ah, So Fresh
Asparagus, carrots, herbs, rhubarb, radishes, lettuce, flowers, plants, seedlings - all those wonderful things we wished for during the winter months. Each and every week the HFM produce vendors will be adding new products as the growing season explodes during the coming months. Think strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, corn, tomatoes and lots more good stuff!
Photo above: Beautiful asparagus, lettuce and rhubarb from Freitas Farm.

HHS Green Committee May 28
Meet Pablo on June 4
This Saturday, stop by the Community Service & Education tent and introduce yourself to the Hingham High School Green Committee. The students will be selling compost made from leftover lunchroom food.
     Next Saturday, June 4, come meet
Pablo, one of the two new members of the Hingham Police K-9 Unit. Pablo, a drug-detecting dog, will do a meet and greet. More details to follow next week.


Vendor News
This Week at the HFM
Rotating vendors this Saturday, May 28
* Flapdoodle Bags - bags
* Sea Glass Art - sea glass art
* Blendah Babes - smoothies
* Pies by Moira 
- new!  
* Lyndigo Spice - spices 
* Alex's Ugly Sauce - hot sauce
* Julian Robbins - musician -
  "Mr. Blues Mania"

* CS&E welcomes students
  from the HHS Green Committee

Next Week at the HFM
June 4
* Dottie O's - cookies
* Boston Bonbon - French macarons 
* Eve's Garden - seedlings
* Signal Rock Farm - lamb
* Bradford Farmhouse Toffee - toffee
* Vermont Syrup Co. - syrup
* Birchbarn Designs - wooden products
* Leigha Ashley Designs - bags
* Kenny Black will serenade

* CS&E will host Pablo, a drug-detecting
  dog from the Hingham Police K-9 Unit

Vendor news is current at the time hfmarketmatters is delivered
to market-goers.
Opening the Market
     Diana Currier, proprietor of Uncommon Grounds - new to the HFM this year -
     welcomes visitors to the market on May 21. Welcome, Diana, to the HFM!

Market Seen
     It was yet another beautiful day at The Beach. Enjoying the day: (top left,  
     clockwise) - Braintree regulars
 Katie and Alissa Taglieri-Noble with twins Madeline
     and Abigail (2); Hingham regular Bill Rhynes; checking in with Friends of the
     Hingham Farmers Market 
Bev VernonMarge Schiller and Linda Luke is 
     Bill Peterson, food inspector for the Hingham Board of Health; Sara Diem of 
     Weymouth with Maguire (7) and Jasper(4) watching Patrick Roll of West Elm Farm.
Featuring . . .
     . . . some wonderful goods from our outstanding vendors: top left, clockwise -
Chris Parker and yummy delights from C.P.'s Baking Co., new to the HFM this
     year; Hingham's flower - the forget-me-not - made into a lovely necklace by

     Terry Johnson, proprietor of Lady J JeweleryMichelle Hurwitz with yummy
     jams from 
doves & figs; small yard but love sweet corn - pick up some sweet
     corn pots at 
WCM Designs

Hingham Farmers Market
May 7, 2016 – Nov 19, 2016
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Hingham Bathing Beach - 96 Otis St. (Route 3A), Hingham
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