|Arlene Flowers overlooks the Farmers Market|
Paul Harris, who with his wife Mary helps to manage the market, appreciates the "continuity of history." As he pointed out, people have been gathering on market days for thousands of years. It's a way to stay connected, a time to see friends and neighbors. Another connection is integral to the Farmers Market as well - the connection between rural and urban communities that helps to support a local economy.
Bountiful Brookline is at the Farmers Market too, with information about what we do and how to become involved. Stop by and say hello. If you can spend a couple of hours a week volunteering at the BB table, please contact email@example.com or put your name on the schedule at