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DON’T MISS THE LAST MARKET OF THE SEASON (BONUS: FOOD TRUCK!)
The weather forecast is glorious, the produce will be bountiful, the flowers blooming, the syrup mapley—oh, and did we mention a food truck? Come celebrate fall at the very last Medford Farmers Market of the season, 3 to 7 p.m.Thursday, One City Hall Mall, behind City Hall in Medford Square. Say hello (and goodbye for the winter) to this week’s vendors:
Did you know we only accept vendors who grow or produce their wares locally? It’s truly a community-supported system. Come say thanks to these folks for feeding Medford for another season!
MANAGER’S MESSAGE: THANK YOU, SHOPPERS!
It’s hard to believe we’ll be having our last market of the season tomorrow. It seems like just yesterday we were setting up for the first one and welcoming everyone back after the winter! Thank you, everyone, for your support of our hardworking farmers and local producers throughout the summer. As you know, it’s such a treat to have access to the best local produce you can find, and we wouldn’t be able to have this market without your support. As we head into the last market of the year, feel free to come up to the manager’s table and let me know what you liked about the market, anything we could modify for the better, or just to say goodbye for the season! We’re always looking to improve upon each season, and would love to hear your thoughts. See you tomorrow!
OUR SENIOR FARM SHARE IS NOW OPEN TO ALL MEDFORD SENIOR CITIZENS!
• Medford residents ages 60+ are eligible
• Advance registration is required; 40 shares available each week
• To register, call Syrah at the Board of Health: 781-393-2560
• Pickup is 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays thru 10/18 at 121 Riverside Ave.
• $5/week for low-income Medford seniors; $15/week all others
HECK, YEAH, WE MATCH EBT/SNAP BENEFITS!
Don’t forget: The market matches up to $20 for all EBT/SNAP shoppers! The Medford Farmers Market runs 3 to 7 p.m. Thursdays through October 13, 2016, at One City Hall Mall, behind City Hall, in Medford, Mass.