Vendors, Products & Weekly Happenings

CLOSED THIS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28

We will re-open on Saturday December 5 with our winter hours 8 till 10am

 

 

Updated 11/27/20

Please note: cooking demonstrations and other events have been placed on hold due to COVID-19. Please watch this space for updates.

  SAFETY FIRST

 

We really appreciate how our market family continues to work together to follow our safety precautions. We thank you for your due diligence when wearing your face coverings. For the time being, the entry control system will continue, beginning at 8 am. We will monitor the situation during the morning and discontinue entry control once the lines diminish to the point where it's safe to allow free access.  We want to avoid large crowds to maintain adequate social distancing inside the market. 

APPLE FUNDRAISER

 

Our Apple and Cider Season is now over.

SNAP HOLIDAY RAFFLE 

 

We are going to give away two prizes of 50 SNAP dollars each! Those SNAP customers who swipe their EBT cards at MCFM during the entire month of November will have their names automatically entered. The winners will be drawn at random and announced during the first week in December.  Click HERE for more information about our SNAP/EBT program

MAKING SHOPPING SAFER & EASIER

 

If you see crowding or several people lined up at one vendor's booth, please consider completing your other shopping before joining that line, especially if you've already pre-ordered with that vendor. You can avoid lines by pre-ordering and picking up later in the morning. Please also maintain adequate social distancing and follow any signs that are posted around the market posted. Again, thank you for your continued cooperation.

LIVE MUSIC

 

Live music has now ended for the winter season and will resume in the spring.

Check out our Instagram Feed

Did You Know...?

 

...Chefs are a catalyst for the market's success and in educating the public about the importance of local foods and supporting local farms

 

"The chefs who shop at our market and buy from local farmers have been a principal force in driving the local foods movement," says grower Sam Koenigsberg of New Town Farms. "They have made the market what it is today and have helped the market continue to grow. They have that platform - through a plate of good food - to educate people. That plate of local food is the window back to the farm. Chefs have an enormous role in advancing the market and making more local food available for you, the consumer."  

... that the musicians who play so beautifully volunteer their time and talents?

 

We are so grateful for the enjoyment their music brings.

Check out our guest chefs and musicians from previous Saturdays

Location: 188 N. Trade Street, Matthews, NC 28105       Phone: 704-488-4763      E-mail: matthewsfarmersmarket@gmail.com

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