Remaining weeks of market CANCELED, including this Saturday, March 14th!
Check our FIND LOCAL FOOD page to see updates on how to purchase directly from vendors during market closures. Please continue supporting local when you can!
Dear market customers,
Unfortunately we have had to make the difficult decision to cancel the remaining weeks of the Cambridge Winter Farmers Market, including THIS Saturday’s market on March 14, in response to rapidly growing concerns about COVID-19. As many of you already know, Governor Baker has declared a State of Emergency in Massachusetts, after the number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in MA doubled literally overnight. While we are sincerely dedicated to offering a winter gathering space and access to fresh, local food to our community via the market, we are also dedicated to the health of our customers, vendors, nonprofit visitors, and market staff and feel we cannot take risks given how contagious this virus is proving to be. Additionally, the Cambridge Community Center - where the market is held - is home to many other programs, and continuing to hold the market would put participants of those programs at risk too.
As you know, canceling the remaining market weeks means a significant financial loss for our vendors, all of whom are small businesses that depend on your weekly support. We encourage you to continue to patronize small businesses and purchase your food locally when you can. If you have questions or concerns, please email Janel.
We are very sorry for the abrupt end to our 2020 market season; thank you for your dedicated support and we look forward to reopening next year for a wonderful 2021 season! We wish you and your families good health and a happy Spring!
Janel Knightly, Market Manager, Cambridge Winter Farmers Market
Darrin Korte, Executive Director, Cambridge Community Center
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Arts & Crafts, Special Events
Inside the gymnasium of the
Cambridge Community Center
5 Callender Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
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