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Monthly Archives: September 2021

Drift Knitwear

Drift Knitwear opened over Labor Day weekend on the 4th floor, bringing quality knitwear and crocheted items into the mix of independently owned shops at Mill No. 5. Owner Darcy Babers began her business in 2016, selling knitted and crocheted items at Boston’s South End Open Market, and in local […]

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Bazaar is back

A Little Bazaar (ALB), began in 2013 when Mill No. 5 was virtually undeveloped and less than a handful of shops were open. Amelia Tucker, current Creative Director of Mill No. 5, came to the soft opening of Vinyl Destination and began a conversation with the management team on the […]

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The Luna Theater Returns

The Luna Theater has reopened its doors, kicking off with community staple, Weirdo Wednesdays, a sci-fi weekly screening for fans of the genre. It has been over a year since the theater has welcomed guests, and since its temporary closure due to Covid 19, many changes and improvements have been […]

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Artists at Coffee and Cotton

Robin Monro Hackett is the featured artist in Coffee and Cotton until September 12. Her exhibit “Plant Girl Gone Good” features brightly colored encaustic paintings of plants. “This series is a delicate balance between the formal and conceptual void – playing with the background and pushing and pulling. My work […]

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IMPORTANT NOTE

✨Unfortunately our elevators are both down. (one scheduled maintenance, the other needs a surprise fix)

All of Mill No. 5 will be closed on Friday.

✨On Saturday and Sunday the shops and Coco will hold regular hours, but will have stair access only.

✨On Sunday The Farm Market will relocate to the breezeway and on Jackson St.

✨The Luna Theater will remain closed all weekend.

✨High Fives Marketplace and Weekend are canceled.

✨Please consider donating directly to MCNAA.org this Indigenous Peoples’ Weekend.