We are grateful to you for making this a successful season that at times almost felt like normal! It takes many hands to make the market run smoothly.

Thank you to our customers, for showing up and giving us your feedback week after week; to our vendors for bringing their A-game rain or shine; our performers and the Medford Arts Council for the 42 live performances we hosted, our staff and volunteers who set up, counted, answered questions, matched SNAP bucks, and broke down the market; our board members who are the driving force toward bringing this market to Medford and offer their labor and expertise; and the Medford Department of Public Health, who supports us and keeps us all safe. We are so grateful to you for making this year possible:

  • Over 8,700 shopping trips
  • Supported 36 vendors
  • Of whom 9 were in their first year of business!
  • Almost $6000 SNAP dollars matched

For more, see our newsletter here

Final Market – With Alpacas!

All the details are in the newsletter.

***Please Note We Close at 6:30***

With all the supply chain shortages, this is a great time to shop early and shop local. Support your community businesses while have easy access at the final market.

Be sure to scroll down to the community section because we have a play area for kids, art, and an exercise program going on! 

Only 2 Markets Left

We only have two more markets this season, and we hope you can make it to them! Please note, we will close at 6:30pm on our final two weeks due to the earlier darkness. We have lots of your favorite vendors and products: great produce, fresh meat and eggs, baked goods, prepared sausage sandwiches, jewelry and wood work,, green home and personal care products, ice cream, coffee, and roasted nuts. Please consider writing us in your calendar, and be sure to invite a friend! It’s super easy to just forward this newsletter with all the details.

Due to repeated flooding, Brigham Farm is low on produce and will not be at the market for the remainder of this season. The weather this season has been tough on farmers all around and they have had to make difficult decisions. We hope you keep buying local and supporting our food systems through the winter!

To see who’s here this week, click here.