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Saturdays • Dec 4 - April 16 • 9:30am-1:30pm • 9:30-10am Seniors & Immunocompromised •   191 Highland Ave
Brought to you by The Center for Arts at the Armory
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This Saturday's Vendor List

Please note this is the planned vendor list for Saturday. However, some vendors may need to cancel last minute due to COVID-19. We appreciate your understanding. 

Produce: Brookford Farm^+**, Freedom Food Farm^+**, Heron Pond Farm+**, Mycoterra Farm^**, Neighbor’s Acre+**, Red Fire Farm^+**
Note: Winter Moon Roots will be away this week, but hope to be back 1/22

Meat/Seafood: Boston Smoked Fish Co.+, Brookford Farm^+**, Freedom Food Farm^+**, Hooked+, Lilac Hedge Farm+, Stillman Quality Meats+

Cheese/DairyBarrett's Garden+, Oake Knoll Farms+

Baked Goods: Bagel Guild+, Hi-Rise Bread Co.+, Mahalab BakeryMariposa Bakery+

Beverages: House Bear Brewing+, Luluna Health+, Naturel Juicing+

Specialty Foods/Other: Buzz and Thrive GardenCraic Sauce+, Deano’s Pasta+, Grateful Tastes+, Habibi Gourmet Foods+, Humble Bones+, Mei Mei Restaurant+, Mocha Connection+, Mother’s Kitchen+, Soluna Garden Farm+, Tex Mex Eats+, Sueños Chocolate+

Guest Vendors: Baer's Best Beans+**

^certified organic
**HIP approved
+SNAP Match approved

Just a friendly reminder to please enter upstairs through the mezzanine and exit downstairs through the Performance Hall.
COVID-19 Market Safety

The health of our community is our first priority. Please review our COVID-19 Guidelines before attending the market.

1) If you have tested positive for COVID, please stay home for 5 days. If you have been in contact with anyone who has COVID, please follow the current CDC guidelines here.
2) Senior & Immunocompromised reserved shopping time is from 9:30am-10am.
3) Face coverings are required at all times inside the Armory. We strongly recommend all guests to either wear a N95/F94 or to double mask
4) We will adhere to a strict capacity limit of 100 individuals inside the Performance Hall, and set one entrance and one exit. Please enter upstairs through the mezzanine and exit downstairs through the Main Hall. 
5) There will be no eating or drinking allowed inside the market. Please take your food and drink into our ROOTED Cafe before consuming.  

Please be mindful of the time you spend shopping inside the market. We encourage you to wave at folks you recognize, and be gracious and supportive of our local food producers. However, due to the circumstances, this is not the time to linger and talk inside the market. For folks who feel comfortable, there is a cafe space inside the Armory where you can spend time conversing, and enjoying the space and the live music. 

Our 2021-22 Limited Edition Custom Prints by Union Press of Somerville are now available for sale! Stop by the ROOTED Cafe inside the Armory to purchase this beautiful poster. Collect them all!
Live Music By
A&W Ukelele


Community Booth
Garbage to Garden
Food Justice and Food Equity

Food justice and food equity means that everyone should have access to healthy and affordable foods, and that farmers and other laborers along the food supply chain path should be kept safe, healthy, and compensated for their efforts. 

One way this is practiced at the SWFM is through providing a $15 SNAP Match. We wish we lived in a world where everyone was able to afford the food they needed, but until then we appreciate our sponsors and community members coming together to help SNAP benefits stretch a little bit further. 

Another aspect of food justice and equity is supporting local farmers who are farming in a way that cares for the earth and for people. When consumers buy local food, they get to know their farmers and the farming practices that the farms employ. We as shoppers are that much closer to the supply chain, taking out the middlemen of grocery stores and mass transportation. Knowing our farmers means we can ask and ensure that the laborers along the way are treated fairly and justly. T
hank you to our community for continuing to shop with us, and for your support of food justice and equity!

SNAP + HIP Benefits
The SWFM accepts both SNAP and HIP benefits! Please see our vendor list here to see which vendors accept SNAP and HIP.

In collaboration with the City of Somerville and Somerville Farmers Market Coalition, the CAA and SWFM proudly provides a $15 match for SNAP shoppers. This means that a recipient who swipes their SNAP/P-EBT card for $15 receives an additional $15, thereby enabling them to spend up to $30 at each market during the season. To claim SNAP tokens at the Somerville Winter Farmer Market, please see Steve at the SNAP Booth.

Please note: customers looking to process SNAP/EBT can enter the market downstairs to come to the SNAP booth.
Donate to Local Food Access!
Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Community Development Block Grant provided by the City of Somerville
Shape Up Somerville/Health & Human Services Grant provided by the City of Somerville
Cambridge Savings Charitable Foundation
Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation

Friends of the Market Sponsors:
Middlesex Federal
The Somerville Winter Farmers Market is hosted and managed by The Center for Arts at the Armory.
Our mailing address is:
191 Highland Ave. Suite 1-C
Somerville, MA 02143

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