Phyllis Theermann

Many of us care about the what we eat and how our food is sourced, but have you considered what is in your wine?

Wellesley resident, mom, chef and the friendly face at the Wellesley Farmers’ Market pick up spot for Farmers’ to You, Janine Malone wondered the same.

After doing some research, she learned and loved the idea of drinking clean-crafted wine that is organic or biodynamic, vegan and bottled consciously, with no chemicals or added sugar.  She now sells a variety of these wines, all from small family vineyards that hand picked their grapes.

Contact her for more information. These are the wines folks have tasted at two recent Sustainable Wellesley events – Taste the Future; and Conversation with The Candidates and Community Dinner.


Phyllis Theermann

Sunday, May 6, 2018, at 2 PM
Wellesley Free Library in the Wakelin Room


Learn the hows and whys of healthy, earth- and animal-friendly eating and cooking with Victoria Moran, bestselling author, national speaker, podcaster, and two-time guest on Oprah, whose new book, co-authored with JL Fields, is The Main Street Vegan Academy Cookbook: Over 100 Plant-Sourced Recipes Plus Practical Tips.


Victoria is the author of twelve books, including Creating a Charmed Life (in 30 languages,) The Love-Powered Diet, the iconic Main Street Vegan, and The Good Karma Diet: Eat Gently, Feel Amazing, Age in Slow Motion. Her college thesis became Compassion the Ultimate Ethic: An Exploration of Veganism, originally published in 1985 and the first work on vegan philosophy and practice to come from a major publisher.

Victoria is founder and director of Main Street Vegan Academy, training and certifying vegan lifestyle coaches. Her  new cookbook, and her classic Main Street Vegan, both will be available for purchase and signing.

Then learn to make three enticing recipes from the cookbook! Diana Goldman, creator of Beantown Kitchen, is a recipe contributor to the cookbook, and a Main Street Vegan Lifestyle Coach and Educator. Diana will demonstrate preparation of a delicious hot entree, a dessert, and a scrumptious dip, with tasting samples!

Please sign up to help plan for tasting samples.

All are welcome to this free program sponsored by the Boston Vegetarian Society and Wellesley Free Library. The library is wheelchair accessible, has plenty of free parking and is accessible by public transportation -take the commuter rail Framingham/Worcester Line from Back Bay or South Station. Get off at Wellesley Square. It is then a 3/10 mile walk to the library.


Phyllis Theermann

Wellesley Farmers’ Market is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new model. Beginning Thursday, September 7th, hundreds of farm fresh and organic products, including vegetables, meats, fish, dairy, eggs, bakery and pantry items, fruits, juices, pet and home offerings from more than 80 New England farmers and food producers, will be available every Thursday from 12:30-2:30. Pre-orders are available, so place your first order today.

Residents and food lovers who work in and around Wellesley simply choose from hundreds of just harvested Farmers to You products via, and indicate the Wellesley Farmers’ Market pick-up site ( UU Church at 309 Washington St.). Seamless home delivery by a local pedal-powered business is also available by request. See details online.

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market team is thrilled to announce this exciting new model that brings a wider variety of products, offers a longer season and is highly efficient for the small, local, family farmers. Wellesley Farmers’ Market remains dedicated to serving the food insecure in this community and is looking for sponsors for a Food Pantry Program. For more information, please email Keep an eye out for familiar Wellesley Farmers’ Market vendors and community opportunities in coming months as well.

Many gluten-free and vegan options available.