The Cambridge Main Street Farmers Market is closed for the season. It will be back in May 2014 Long Wharf Park. Visit the market at Long Wharf Park on Thursday afternoons, 3-6pm. The market also runs on Saturdays in the summer months.
The Farmers Market is looking for additional Saturday market vendors, so if you're interested, contact Lynda Brooks, the market manager, at email@example.com or through the Farmers Market Facebook page.
Stay up to date on the market by liking the Farmers Market Facebook page.
To contact the Farmers Market manager Lynda Brooks, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Here are some of the vendors that joined us for the 2013 season...
Beasley Farms: The Beasley Family from Beasley Farm is a regular at the farmers' market. this is a small family operation which has been active since 1945. The Beasley Farm grows corn, green beans, squash, cucumbers, cantaloupes and much much more.
Bob's Sharpening Service: Whether it's kitchen knives or gardening tools, Bob can put a razor edge on it. Resotred knives for sale and loaners availalbe while your knives are getting intensive care at Bob's shop.
Butter Pot Farms: Lettuce, tomatoes, beets, arugula, kale, cantaloupe, asparagus, radishes, squash, cucumbers, sunflowers, bouquets and plants. Linda Wilson from Butter Pot Farm has been selling fresh organic vegetables in Cambridge since 1997. Mark and Linda grow certified organic seasonal vegetables, tomatoes, melons and sunflowers to mention just a few. All their crops are started from seed and transplanted in the field.
Catnap Gardens: Reva Winkler from Catnap Gardens and Nursery specializes in growing "not your usual" bedding plants and flowering shrubs. hey also use natural growing methods to produce herbs, heirloom tomatoes, and a variety of sweet and hot peppers for transplants in the spring and vegetables throughout the summer. Catnap Gardens is located in the Neck District.
Cedar Run Cattle Farms: Beef, pork, chicken, turkey, eggs, bbq sauce & seasonings, gluten-free bread. There are no hormones, growth stimulants, or antibiotics in the meats. Everything is grass fed and free range. Visit Cedar Run Farm's website.
Chapel's Country Creamery
Crystal Dawn Produce
Dorchester Crab Company
Elliott's Baking Company: Baked breads & rolls, individual desserts, individual cheesecakes. They plan to open in downtown Cambridge later in 2012--follow their progress by liking the Elliott's Baking Company Facebook page.
Emily's Produce: Emily's Produce was established in 1999 as a family owned and operated farm featuring locally grown fruits and vegetables and U-Pick opportunities for strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, sweet cherries, raspberries, cut flowers, and pumpkins. Emily's Produce also features a selection of hanging baskets, flower planters, and bedding plants that are grown and created in their own greenhouses, as well as mums grown for fall production. Visit the Emily's Produce website.
Foxy's Sugar Shack
Harris Farms: Harris Farms is located in Preston and has been in the family since 1832. They grow a variety of vegetables and melons. They also have beautiful potted flowers, plants and herbs grown in their green houses. Visit them online at the Harris Farms website.
Holly's Pastries: Baked goods, breads, muffins, cobblers, cakes, pies
Honeysuckle & Vine Greenhouse
Inner Moonlight Art
Joan's Gems: Handmade jewelry and wire art including bubble wands, ornaments, serving pieces, key chains, bookmarks, wine corks, barrettes, and eye glass chains. Visit Joan's Gems on etsy.com.
Monterey Farms: Fresh cut flowers and floral arrangements from a family farm on the Eastern Shore. Check them out at the Monterey Farms website.
Nadina's Cremes: Lotions, cremes, and more. Visit the Nadina's Cremes website.
Nuts to You! This Salisbury-based business offers all-natural nut butters, glazed nuts, and nut mixes. Visit the Nuts to You website.
SB Bison Farms: Your stop for the freshest bison meat here on the shore. Bison is a low fat, nutritional red meat with excellent flavor. They participate in the most natural and environmentally responsible of herding practices. Learn more about S.B. Farms' history and their products at the S. B. Farms website.
Scrolling Memories: Cambridge local Daniel Tinsley brings to the market his wonderful collection of handmade portraits, puzzles, and gifts made from wood. Their website is www.scrollingmemories.com.
Wells Berries: Berries from Fred Wells.
Keep up with the Farmers Market!
Keep up to date here and on our Cambridge Farmers Market Facebook page.