Invite a friend
Winchester Farmers Market, October 6
9:30 music by Up.
11:30 food demo by Denise Costello. The Energized Soul’s foodie and nutritionist Denise Costello (RN MA) will show you how to make delicious Harvest Appetizers perfect for football games and the upcoming Holiday season.
12:00 music performance by English Country Dancers. Since 1915, the Country Dance Society, Boston Centre has been working to preserve and promote the knowledge and practice of the traditional dancing and dance music of England and New England.
Winchester Artists Network Table: Carol Goodenough (glass).
Community Table: Next Step Living (home energy auditors).
Business Table: Jessica Klau, Queen Bee Collections (jewelry) and Sara Brown, Creative Costumes (childrens' costumes).
Chamber Table: Two Moore Girls (offering Etcetera women's clothing—fall collection currently on view by appointment), Winton Club Cabaret.
Specialty Food Vendors: Harvard Sweet Boutique, Patty’s Guacamole, Chocolate Truffle.
We are seeking your magical talents! The Winton Club of Winchester (and Winton Club Cabaret 2013) invites you to stop by our booth at the farmers market for information about our annual cabaret 2013, “Myth, Magic & Mystery” (January 29 through February 2, 2013, in the Winchester Town Hall Auditorium). Cabaret Chairwoman/Producer Lianne Green and the Winton Club invite you to join the fun and support Winchester Hospital at the same time. If you are interested in joining the cast, show tryouts are in Winchester Town Hall on December 3 & 4 at 6:30 PM and rehearsals run the entire month of January. Winton Club membership information also available.
Winchester Rotary Club's fundraiser Oktoberfest Saturday, October 13th, 7-11pm at the Winchester Town Hall. Beer, wine, food and music. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at the Farmers Market, Bookends, or at the door.
|Where||Town Common Church St & Waterfield Rd, Winchester, MA 01890|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:30 am–1:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Families|
More About Town Common
The Commons is perfectly situated right in the center of town. It's a short walk from the commuter rail, Main Street and a number of other local shops and businesses in the area. It's an ideal place to take your lunch break as the large oak tree and water fountain have a truly calming effect on this passive park.
There are a number of benches and seating areas for residents to come and relax. There's also plenty of open space for members of the community to set up for a picnic on a warm Saturday afternoon. Just make sure from mid-June to September you leave enough room for the vendors of the weekly farmer's market to set up.
With Church and Main streets right around the corner, there's plenty of street parking - but be mindful, as there is a two-hour time limit.
Other events here
- Winchester Farmers Market Weekly on Saturdays, 9:30 am–1:30 pm