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Did you know that you can use WIC FMNP checks at our markets to buy fresh fruits and vegetables for your family? WIC FMNP CHECKS
are good for fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs. Women, infants (over 4 months old) and children who have been certified to receive WIC program benefits or are on a waiting list for WIC certification are eligible to participate in the Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Call your WIC office to pick up your free fruit and vegetable coupons if you haven’t already and then come redeem them at one of our 3 farmers markets.
Downtown- Wed 11-2 on The Green
Wooster Square-Sat 9-1 (511 Chapel St)
Edgewood Park- Sun 10-1 corner of West Rock & Whalley AvesImage attachment
Sharper Harper will be at both of our farmers markets this weekend! Bring your dull knives and tools to the market this weekend and let Harper give them a new life. Sharper Harper can sharpen a variety of knives and tools from chef knives to serrated knives and even scissors! Learn more about Sharper Harper and his services on his website: www.sharperharper.comImage attachment
Tomatoes have taken over the market but the season is coming to an end. If you arent a big fan of grocery store tomatoes, get ready to have your mind blown. Theres so much variety youll feel like a kid in a candy store. Try a new tomato before its too-late-o!
Market hours:
*Downtown- Wed 11-2pm (On the green, corner of Elm and Church St, across the street from city hall)
*Wooster Square- Saturday 9-1pm (Conte West School)
*Edgewood Park- Sunday 10-1pm (Corner of Whalley and West Rock Aves)

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Love tomatoes.



We could not be more excited that Frankie Douglass, CitySeeds Marketing Coordinator, has been selected for The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven #BIPOC Nonprofit Leadership Program! Frankie is a natural leader at CitySeed and were so glad for them to be recognized in the #NHV nonprofit community.
UPDATE: Today’s market is cancelled to allow our farms and vendors to prepare for forecasted significant rain and potential flooding.
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