Bowdoin Geneva Farmers Market

The Bowdoin Geneva Farmers Market is a non-profit market run by the Bowdoin Street Health Center in Dorchester, MA.  A top priority of our market is to make fresh, high-quality healthy food available and accessible to everyone.

OPENING DAY – HEALTHY SUMMER KICK-OFF
Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Download the market flyer to distribute in your neighborhood!

Location: We’re located in the parking lot of the Bowdoin Street Health Center at 230 Bowdoin Street in Dorchester.

Hours/Days of Operation: The market is held every THURSDAY afternoon from 2:30-6:30pm beginning on June 20th and continuing through the end of October.  View our schedule of special events for the season

Parking: Free, on-street parking is available on Bowdoin, Norton, and Hamilton Streets.

Transit: The 17 bus brings you directly to the market from Andrews Square, Uphams Corner, and Fields Corner throughout the day and evening.  Bus routes 15, 16, and 19 are all within a 10 minute walk.  Fields Corner T stop is 15 minutes by foot.  Biking is always encouraged as well!

The Bowdoin Geneva Farmers Market is a joint effort of the Bowdoin Street Health Center and Bowdoin Geneva Main Streets with support from the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, Healthy Dorchester, and the Mayor’s Office of Food Initiatives.

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  1. [...] Thursday was our first day at the Bowdoin Geneva Farmer’s Market in Dorchester. As a non-profit market operated by the Bowdoin Street Health Center (a satellite of [...]

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