Go Local, Westborough!

Welcome to Go Local, Westborough! This is an award winning series from your friends at Westborough TV – “Go Local, Westborough!” We’re hoping this new series of short videos will encourage support of our local Westborough businesses by highlighting the owners and their products. “Go Local, Westborough!” reinforces the idea that shopping locally builds community and builds our local economy. If you want to see a business within Westborough featured in a future episode, email Karen Henderson at khenderson@westboroughtv.org

Most Recent episodes:

Episode 10 – Red Barn Coffee Roasters

Meet Mark Verroci and the lovely team behind Red Barn Coffee Roasters: Westborough’s beloved coffee shop and bakery located right off the rotary at 17 South Street! Learn the story of the company’s inception and about the tasty offerings inside.

Episode 9 – Veg Out @ Nourse Farm

You’re going to love this latest episode of Go Local, Westborough where we highlight Veg Out at Nourse Farm and get some insight into the business and their philosophy about food. Join us as we talk and learn from Catherine Nourse, the owner/operator of this plant-forward food truck that proudly serves people from farm to fender.

Episode 8 -Athrú Designs

This episode of “Go Local, Westborough!” features an eclectic and exciting giftshop here in town,  Athrú Designs. Owned and operated by Claire Gurnett,  Athru is located at 3 West Main Street, right on the rotary in downtown Westborough.  Athru offers a wide selection of handcrafted artisan gifts, perfect for the holiday season! Many of the products in Athru are made by artists from the Westborough community, and the greater New England area. Claire offers a space for artists to display and sell their art, making Athru another local business that helps make the Westborough community so unique!

Episode 7 – Soap, Scents, Smiles, and Serenity at Simply SoHope

There’s plenty of soap, smells, smiles, and serenity to be discovered at Simply SoHope! In this latest edition of “Go Local, Westborough!” we feature a wonderful new-ish business here in town, Simply SoHope. Owned and operated by Westborough educator, Kim Tynan, Simply SoHope is located at 69 Milk Street, in the Old Mill building downtown Westborough.  Simply SoHope (pronounced as one word “soap”) offers handcrafted soaps, all natural candles, and tons of irresistible bath and body products, all of which have quickly gained popularity here in town! Simply SoHope’s retail and production location first opened in October of 2021, after years of operating as an online business through Etsy. The studio has an eclectic boho-industrial vibe – loaded with products. Kim has a real talent for crafting beauty products and donates a portion of proceeds to local food banks, making Simply SoHope another local business that helps make the Westborough community so special!

Episode 5 – Faris Farm Flowers

In this edition of “Go Local, Westborough!” WTV visited another local business that helps make the Westborough community so special, Faris Farm Flowers. Faris Casten is owner and head florist at the business located at 15 South Street in Westborough. Casten has spent the last 25 years independently operating her flower shop on the rotary, and has loved every minute of it!

Episode 4 – Local Biz Needs You!

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has really impacted small businesses across the country. However, in spite of current challenges, small business owners here in Westborough remain fueled by their passion! In this latest edition of Westborough TV’s “Go Local, Westborough!”, WTV caught up with several business owners in town, and their positivity is inspirational.

Episode 3 – Go Local – More Than Ever, Westborough!

You’re going to love this special edition of Westborough TV’s “Go Local, Westborough!” As a community, we are so fortunate to have many locally-owned and operated businesses. Westborough TV caught up with several of them and they described why shopping local is more important now than ever, especially in the wake of the COVID- 19 pandemic. The list of benefits that shopping local has on these businesses and the community is endless, but one impact is that it keeps the Westborough economy stimulated, which is so important at this time! It’s no secret that nearly every aspect of life has been upended, and nowhere is that more apparent then with small businesses. Over the course of this virus, a staggering amount of local businesses have been forced to shut their doors, which is why we encourage you, more than ever, to make your purchases locally and support these businesses in our community. You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy local and to your local business owners, that’s the same thing!

Episode 2 – The Flying Locksmiths

The Flying Locksmith were featured in the second episode of Go Local, Westborough!

Episode 1 – Elsie Kaye Glassworks

For our very first episode, we found a friendly and willing participant, Holly Kenny, artist and owner of Elsie Kaye Glassworks art studio and giftshop. Elsie Kaye is located on Union Street in Westborough and you can also find their beautiful hand-made products at the Farmer’s Market in town. You’ll be mesmerized by the beauty of this craft that this edition of “Go Local, Westborough” so vividly brings to life!