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by The Batch Yard Team

Eat Local at the Everett Farmers Market

With the warmer weather of spring comes the growing season here in Massachusetts, which means that farmers markets are starting to open. There are many in the area, including one in Everett only a mile away from the Batch Yard. The Everett Farmers Market is open on Wednesdays from 2 p.m.-6 p.m. from June 25… Read More »

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3 Nearby Boarders Offer a Home Away From Home for Your Pet

The Batch Yard provides several amenities, including a doggie washroom, to make life with your pet extra comfortable. But summer is a popular time to travel, which means finding other accommodations for your furry friends while you’re away. Located about a mile from The Batch Yard in Everett, The Common Dog provides a variety of… Read More »

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5 Tips to Create an Eco-Friendly Home

Most of us would like to tread more lightly on the planet but knowing how to do that isn’t always so easy. One of the best ways to start living greener is by making small changes right at home. Here are some tips The Batch Yardresidents can use to make their apartments more eco-friendly. 1) Use… Read More »

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Welcome Summer with the Food Truck Festival and Art Market

With warmer weather moving in, it’s time to start thinking about dining al fresco. Boston is home to dozens of delicious mobile eateries and many of them will be pulling up near The Batch Yard this summer at the Somerville Food Truck Festival.   The event takes place on Saturday, June 7, from 11 AM – 4 PM at… Read More »

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Batch Yard Neighbor Night Shift Brewing Crafts Unique Beers

Boston is all about the local food and craft brewing movements, with dozens of area businesses producing delicious eats and drinks. And one of the best is located right down the street from The Batch Yard. Night Shift Brewing got its start in Somerville in 2011 by three friends with a passion for home-crewed beer and has… Read More »