Phyllis Theermann
Photo from Time Magazine

Photo from Time Magazine

It is more pressing than ever to raise the number and volume of our voices!

Channel your energy into action.

Come to the Sustainable Wellesley Action Group Meeting on Sunday, November 20th from 1-3 pm at 75 Emerson Road.

There are clear actions we can all do to step up our game.

We will discuss general topics, than break-out into action groups. These meetings are on time, leave you with a sense of purpose and a great way to meet new folks as we have fun along the way.

All are welcome—bring a friend! Snacks provided.

Please email us to confirm your attendance at

Phyllis Theermann

wfm 2016 signThe Wellesley Farmers’ Market will be opening in less than a month. Please email if you would consider spreading the word about the Market by hosting a lawn sign on your visible lawn.

Be sure to mark your calendars for opening day Saturday, June 4th, 9-1, on the lawn of the Unitarian Universalist Church at 309 Washington Street. Come enjoy locally grown and produced food.

Anchored with the fabulous local produce from Tangerini Spring Street Farm, the market will be surrounded with colorful and delicious delicacies, so come weekly to enjoy the variety. Here is a sneak peak at some of the vendors this season:

  • Alternative Horticulturist
  • Caroline’s Kitchen
  • Chrissy’s Crumble
  • Copicut Farms
  • Fixx Chocolates
  • Foxboro Cheese Co
  • Halavah-Heaven
  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
  • Nu3Kidz
  • On The Edge Knife Sharpening
  • Room 4 Desserterie
  • Shire Beef

Want to know what is happening each week? Simply visit, follow them on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter or email to subscribe to the newsletter, which lists what farmers and vendors will be  bringing each Saturday during the season.

Phyllis Theermann

chiveblossomsThe bountiful Wellesley Farmers’ Market will open for the second season on Thursday, May 9th from 2-6 pm in the Whole Foods Market parking lot.

With a new mix of vendors, an on-line ordering system and delivery options, the Farmers’ Market invites you to come enjoy a variety of just-picked, fresh fruits and vegetables from our local farmers and award winning and unique fine food purveyors.

The entire community is especially invited to join in for the Season Kick-Off Celebration on Thursday, May 16th. There are special activities planned, including live music from the Linx Singers at 5 pm and members of the Wellesley High School Jazz band.

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market is proud to welcome back:

Carlson Orchards

Dover Farm

Golden Rule Honey


And delighted to introduce Wellesley to:

Renegade Garden

Coutts Specialty Foods

On the Edge Knife Sharpening

Swiss Bakers

Guy’s Healthy Home Cooking

In Good Taste

Sophia’s Greek Pantry

Market goers fond of the incredible flowers from last year can still get them from Stow Greenhouses on-line, as well as local produce from the Natick Community Organic Farm and healthy delicacies from Healthy Habits Kitchen. Before market day, on-line vendors will list their freshest items so simply sign up at and be sure to pull down the Wellesley market when placing your order. Feel free to pick up your order at the market before 6 pm or have it delivered for a $5 fee.

Look for market programs and special events designed to engage and delight shoppers of all ages.

Volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact John Spencer at 617-680-0012 for more information.

Wellesley Farmers’ Market aims to support local food growers and producers; celebrate seasonal, local, sustainably grown foods; serve the community; lead the local food movement; and join Wellesley’s sustainability movement.

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market is run as a project of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, with Town volunteers on the Steering Committee, thanks to a generous grant from Wellesley Plaza, managed by Gravestar, Inc. and the support of Whole Foods Markets.

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market brings the Massachusetts Horticultural Society back to its roots. The Society was founded in 1829 by a group of Bostonians who wanted to improve the quality of fruits and vegetables in the market stalls in Boston.