2017 Season Opens with Cool, Rainy, Windy Weather and Many Familiar Faces

Market Manager Giuliana Hulten and President of the Board of Directors Lindsey Close hold the announcement that Falmouth Farmers' Market is the Silver Winner for Upper Cape Farm Stand / Farmers Market in the 25th Annual Best of Cape Cod & the Islands 2017 Readers' Choice Awards

In spite of cool, rainy, and windy weather, the first market of the 2017 season was held on  May 25th. In addition to many familiar faces, the line-up includes some exciting newcomers this year. Shoppers were enticed and warmed by the delicious-smelling arapas, Columbian flatbread sandwiches cooked-to-order by Donde Thiago, appearing for the first time at Marine Park. Peck-O-dirt has […]

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What to expect at the July 28, 2016 market

Nothing says summer like yellow sunflowers, and corn. And heat.  The heat continues, but we are cool as cucumbers at our harbor market, enjoying sea-breezes and shade trees on Marine Park. Customer parking is provided in the lots adjacent to the park, and there’s a sturdy wooden rack for bikes. If you’re buying meat, cheese, or eggs, do remember to bring a cooler! Activities […]

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What to expect at the July 21, 2016 market

Green Beans at Falmouth Farmers Market July 2016

Corn has arrived. Blueberries are here. Cherry tomatoes are coming in. It’s looking like mid-summer. Feel hot? Come to the market and enjoy our air-conditioning. We have a tree-shaded spot at Marine Park, with breezes coming off the harbor. Also: Sam’s American Ices in delicious fruity flavors. In case you missed the news last week, Silverbrook Farms is bringing local meat from the Buzzard’s Bay […]

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What to expect at the July 14, 2016 market

Summer Squash at Falmouth Farmers Market July 2016

It will be hot this week. Just in time for the heat-wave, here come Uncle Sam’s American Ices (on a cooler-equipped red bike, a sort of reverse-tricycle.) The icy treats come in flavors like watermelon, and refreshing ginger, and taste like summer. Tony Melli says he can’t keep up with demand for Long Lane Farm’s goat cheese. He brought twice the usual amount last […]

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What to expect at the July 7, 2016 market

Falmouth Farmers' Market Bike Rack

It’s summer and the market is humming. We have lots of variety, including hoop-house tomatoes from Pariah Dog Farm and Freshfield Farm’s eagerly anticipated new potatoes, creamy yellow-fleshed Augustas, the season’s first. We’re also launching our new SNAP matching-dollar program. To use your EBT card, please introduce yourself to our market manager, Natasha Miskovsky, at the information table. Thanks to the Woods Hole Foundation, every […]

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What to expect at the June 23, 2016 Market

garlic scape

This week, look for Carrie Richter’s new strawberry-rhubarb jam. Carrie grew the rhubarb at Peachtree Circle Farm in Sipewissett.  Pariah Dog Farm grew the strawberries, just a few miles away in Teaticket. “Neighbor farmers helping one another,” said Carrie, as if to say, “just as it should be.” Buy the jam, and you’ll be supporting two hard-working Falmouth Farms – deliciously. It’s scape season […]

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Weekly round-up for June 16th market

A local strawberry is a thing of joy. Last Thursday the first fresh-picked berries arrived at the market. They were red, juicy and sweet. They were delicious. Our local strawberry season lasts only a few weeks, so come to the market next week and make the most of them. Strawberries this good deserve a little space in your tummy. Actually […]

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What to expect at the June 16 market

Falmouth Farmers Market Strawberries 2016

Strawberries made their first appearance at last Thursday’s market. And disappeared fast. A line quickly formed at the table for Pariah Dog Farm, which grows strawberries in Teaticket. “These are for eating today,” explained Jenny Christian, “and these” – motioning towards the berries waiting in the back of her truck – “will keep for a couple of days.” All the strawberries looked perfect. “I’ve been making […]

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Weekly wrap-up: June 3, 2016

Falmouth Farmers Market

“Will fish be back? “ people were asking all winter. Captain Willy Hatch’s fish gained quite a following last summer. Many said they’d never tasted fish so fresh. So, good news, eager pescavores: locally-caught fish is available again this year from Captn. Hatch’s boat, the Machaca. The Machaca ties up at Charter Fishermen’s Row on Falmouth Harbor, a short walk from the market on […]

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