Last week I told you a little bit about the history of my adopted home town of Natick (pronounced Nay-tick), MA. This week I'd like to show you a little bit about the current happenings here in the corner of the world I live in. Each Saturday morning in the summer the town hosts a farmer's market for local vendors to ply their wares on the green in the center of town. It is a vibrant place for families and neighbors to gather, browse, shop and support local vendors in their community.
Sometimes you find a bounty of food for the dinner table.
Sometimes you find flowers to brighten up someone's day.
Sometimes you find things to make you pretty.
Sometimes you find goodies and treats.
Sometimes you find creative beauty in delightful spaces.
And sometimes you find a new friend.
Buying local gives you fresh and quality products and supports the members of the community around you. Does your region provide opportunities for you to shop local?