Celebrate July 4th at Rockport Farmers Market!

Celebrate our nation’s independence on Saturday by supporting independent, small growers and food producers! Vegetables, cheese, beef, sausage, eggs, honey, fish, steamed nuts, coffee, bread, cookies, cupcakes– on and on it goes!

Seaview Farm July 4th Burgers Bash: 11am to 1pm.

Rockport’s own farm-raised grass-fed beef, grilled fresh and ready to eat right at the market!
$5/plate, plus a BONUS PICKLE! That’s right. Each freshly grilled burger comes with one Ma & Pa’s famous, award winning pickle!

This Week’s Vendors Include:
Abbott Honey – local honey harvested in Gloucester.
Cake Ann – freshly baked cakes from Gloucester.
Claire’s Nisu – freshly baked breads from Rockport.
First Light Farm – local vegetables grown in Hamilton.
Fudge Everything – fudge sauces made in Manchester
Heath’s Tea Room – scones and loose teas, Rockport
Knead Dough Bakery – fresh breads and treats baked in Gloucester.
Ma & Pa’s Pickles – jams, relishes, pickles and chutneys made locally in Gloucester.
Meyer’s Gluten Free Baking – gluten-free goods freshly baked in Beverly.
New England Ice Lollies – gourmet popsicles made in Newburyport.
Roving Radish Farm Produce – fresh vegetables and flowers grown in Ipswich.
Sasquatch Smokehouse – salmon, mussels and other seafood smoked in Gloucester.
Seaview Farm – grass-fed beef, eggs and fresh vegetables from Rockport’s own 7th generation farm.
Sugar Buff – baked goods from Salem.
Sweet and Savory Sisters – cheeses from Londonderry, Vermont
That Nutty Redhead – packaged nuts steam cooked in Rockport.
Truipiano’s Sausage – Italian sausages and breakfast links made in Gloucester.
Valverde Coffee Roasters – freshly roasted in Salisbury.

We’d love to see you!
Be sure to stop by the Rockport Exchange tent at the corner of Broadway and Mt. Pleasant Street!
Enjoy a donut from Brothers’ Brew, get the scoop on the NEW Rockport Cultural District Walking Tour.

Ma and Pa’s Pickles
Blue ribbon winning pickles, jellies, relishes and jams,
made in Gloucester by Myron Lapine.

Education First will have a table at this week’s market. Education First combines language training with cultural exchange, academic achievement and educational travel to deliver courses and programs that transform dreams into international opportunities.

Support Rockport Exchange
Rockport Farmers Market is organized by Rockport Exchange, a non-profit organization that operates entirely on donations and sponsorships. We hope you’ll join your neighbors and friends in supporting Rockport Exchange!