27 November 2023

Pod at the Hi-Rise Holiday Bazaar December 3rd: 3-6p

Please join us and a cast of of other local artists, designers, and craftspeople at the annual Hi-Rise Bread Company Holiday Bazaar: December 3, 3p-6p. We'll be bringing an assortment of small giftable items. You know socks and candles will be in the mix! As part of the larger, Observatory Hill and Huron Village Holiday Strolls, it's sure to be a fun evening of fine folks, holiday treats, and the smell of freshly baked bread.

Our colleagues in bazaar-ing include: Katherine Small Gallery, Townsend Colon, Basha Burwell, Vessel Candle Co., Fresh Pond Feathers, Urban Pharm Shrubs, Lara Diaz Ceramics, Porcelain and Stone, Herd Supply, and possibly more!

Hope to see you! 

28 October 2023


Now through November 4th, Pod is asking for mittens, scarves, hats, and gloves for the kids over at the Cambridge Community Center After-School Program. New and lightly worn items accepted. If your item has a little hole, bring it anyway! Kristen Lombardi from Manimal and HighHand Mending Company will be handling our donation mends so you know they'll be great. The Center's immediate need is for children ages 5-13. 

Donations can be dropped off at Pod during normal biz hours between now - November 4th. We'll take it from there. If you don't have any of the above, we'd love it if you could spread the word. That's always helpful too. XX

Located between Central Square and Memorial Drive, the Cambridge Community Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to effectively and efficiently meet the evolving needs of youth, families, and seniors living in Cambridge and its surrounding communities with innovative programs and services for over 90 years. Many of the staff and children in their programs come from families that have been involved with the Center for four or five generations, enriching the Center with a strong sense of history, family, and community. 

10 October 2023

Papa's Got A Brand New Catch

Join us Saturday, October 14th from noon–5p as we welcome back Marc Bareda of Papa’s Catch Salmon.

Based in Southborough, MA, Papa’s Catch offers sustainably-caught, wild Alaskan sockeye salmon. Harvested in Bristol Bay, Alaska, which boasts the largest and healthiest wild sockeye salmon run on the planet, Papa’s Catch takes pride in providing a sustainable product that nourishes individuals and communities alike. 
Aside from filling CSA pickups and pre-order pickup, Marc will be selling salmon fillets on site—whole and portioned—that have been de-boned, vacuum packaged and flash frozen. The freshness and quality is un-matched! 
Join us, Marc, shop, and learn about sustainable fishing efforts in Bristol Bay. 
New and familiar faces are most welcomed.

If you can’t make it to our event, you can also find Papa’s Catch Salmon here.