First annual public events are always the best to attend. They tend to be exciting, entertaining, educational and opportunistic for attendees.
This appears to be the case when the Boston Public Market Association (BPMA) conducts its first annual Harvest Paarty on Thursday, October 20 to support the not-for-profit association’s work to encourage community around food and create opportunity for New England farmers, fishers and food entrepreneurs.
“We’re looking forward to celebrating our 40 vendors, a successful first year of operation, and exciting things ahead with a one-of-a-kind night that benefits our work to connect the community around the universal culture of food,” said Cheryl Cronin, CEO of the Boston Public Market.
“We’re hosting this fundraiser to enable the Boston Public Market to continue to offer engaging community programming, from field trips for Boston Public Schools classes and free activities during school vacation weeks, to music programs with local colleges and galleries showcasing regional artists. Our goal is for everyone in Boston to have the opportunity to visit the Market and learn where their food comes from, in order to nurture a life-long understanding of and love for local foods,” she added.
Program includes live entertainment, the Market Party and a Chefs table. For ticket information visit: bostonpublicmarket.org/harvestparty or visit the info desk at BPM.