Here’s a way to show your Somerville pride and help support historic enrichment projects in the community. The Somerville Historic Preservation Commission, working with artwork done by the Somerville High School CAD students, has designed “Preserving Somerville: Home to Diverse Architecture, Streets, and People” merchandise which is available for sale. Stop by to see all of the T-shirts (youth and adult sizes), long-sleeved shirts, and tote bags which come in a variety of colors and will be on display this Sat., Jan. 16, at the Winter Farmer’s Market at the Somerville Armory at 181 Highland Ave. from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Full color woven and washable afghans will also be available with images of iconic historic sites in the City. All merchandise can be viewed at http://www.somervillema.gov/departments/historic-preservation-commission/shop.
The Historic merchandise will also be available at the Market on Sat., Feb. 13. For more information, or to purchase online or at City Hall, contact Brandon Wilson at BWilson@somervillema.gov, or 617-625-6600 ext 2500.