Touch-A-Truck Event, Sunday June 19th


This Sunday at the market we’ll be hosting a Public Safety Day featuring Swampscott Police, Fire, Ambulance and The Red Cross. They will be bringing their trucks and cruisers down and will be out there during the market for a meet & greet.

Sunday June 19th
Swampscott High School


We would like to thank everyone for the great turnout for our Opening Day last week, it was a huge success! We hope that you’ll continue to come out every weekend to support our farmers and stock up on the great produce & other goodies our vendors have this year.

Also this Sunday at the market, our civic booth will be the Swampscott Yacht Club.

Our musician will be Aidan Bonner.

In addition to the touch-a-truck event, we will be having a flag making craft activity for the kids. They can have fun making their own flag for the 4th of July Parade.

We’ll see you there!!

The Market This Weekend {June 29th}


The farmer’s are bringing more and more each week so make sure you stop by the market this weekend to see what they have!  If you haven’t noticed, this year we’ve been featuring a civic organization every month at the market.  They are mostly non-profit organizations who are joining us to spread the word about their causes, we’ll keep you updated on who will be with us each weekend along with the musicians playing a the market.

This weekend we have…

CIVIC BOOTH:  Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

MUSIC: Phil Austin – The Laughing Crow Band

We’ll have a packed house this weekend, come on by to enjoy the beautiful weather, listen to some music and check out a few new vendors!

{Music Spotlight} Split Risk September 22

Split Risk is a Boston-area group of musicians who play for the love of the music.  Their guitar, bass, drums and vocals combine to play tribute to old and new sounds.  According to their website, their sounds is best summed up as follows (!):

“Picture a band that sounds like a mix between Foo Fighters, Gin Blossoms, and old school Clapton. Now picture a second band that sounds like Carrot Top, Bugs Bunny, Cherry Coke, and Animal (from the Muppets). Now picture a cover band of the second band mentioned. Now picture a rival cover band of the first cover band who isn’t quite as talented and refers to themselves as a tribute band. Split Risk is that tribute band.”

Come out and see Split Risk September 15th at the market!


{Music Spotlight} September 8 and 29: Adam McCauley

Singer/Songwriter Adam McCauley is a laid back, multi-instrumentalist who delivers a heartfelt performance of own brand of soulful acoustic blues.  With a wide repertoire of alternative rock, country, and pop,  Adam brings a bit of everything to his performances-  engaging intimately with audiences in a variety of settings and venues.  Come and check him out at the Swampscott Farmer’s Market September 8 and 29!

{Music Spotlight} The Morrisons August 25

Credit: Eric Giribaldi

Credit: Eric Giribaldi

Consisting of vocalist Ellie Cowen and guitarist Eric Giribaldi, The Morrisons bring you back to the singer/songwriter era everyone enjoys one way or another.  Reminiscent of James Taylor, Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, and a certain Irishman who the group may or may not have gotten their name from.  Cowen’s lyrics and vocals hit the ear with wit, honesty, and have a humane quality to them.  Giribaldi fills in the spaces with guitar work ranging from heavy hitting folkies, to the jazzcats he so greatly adores.  What you’re left with is a great time listening to some great stories about some fascinating characters that a lot of us can relate to.  Come check them out at the Swampscott Farmers Market August 25!

{Music Spotlight} Keith Wasserman here, Whirlygigs Kids Music

The Whirlygigs

The WhirlyGigs is dance music for kids that parents will love.
Folksy, hand clappin’, toe tappin’ songs with great lyrics that serve up comedy, poignancy, and a whoop whoop spirit.
Multi Instrumentalist Keith Wasserman has been playing music and writing songs his whole life.  In 2009 when he became a dad,
it was only natural that his songwriting became a creative connection to share with his daughter, family, and new
community of parents and their kids.

Keith spent a year playing his children’s songs at a local preschool, for what he called: “…the perfect focus group…!”.
With titles like Portobello Mushroom, Don’t Ask me Why, Puddle Jumping, &  Tickle Machine, get ready to dance
and laugh and make singing with your kids fun!

The WhirlyGigs will be appearing this summer at Local Famers Markets, Festivals, the streets of Cambridge, and your backyard!

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