Bring local farm-fresh fall flavor to your Thanksgiving with produce from regional growers/producers at the Rockville Farmers Market.
Fall offerings include apples, cider, gourds, potatoes and pumpkins. The market also features plants and flowers, herbs, baked goods, local wine and spirits, knife sharpening, meat and coffee. It is open 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, through Nov. 19 in the jury parking lot at the corner of East Jefferson (MD 28) and Monroe streets in Rockville Town Center.
Receive a dollar-for-dollar match of up to $10 weekly when shopping with SNAP/EBT (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/Electronic Benefits Transfer), P-EBT (Pandemic EBT) and WIC-FVC (Women, Infants and Children-Fruit and Vegetable Checks). Matching funds can be used to purchase locally grown and produced items including fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, dairy, baked goods, eggs and honey.
The Eat Fresh Rockville and Maryland Market Money programs remove economic barriers for food-insecure shoppers, by increasing access to fresh produce and increasing purchasing power. Eat Fresh Rockville is sponsored in part by grant funds from the Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission. The program aims to fight hunger while investing directly in farmers, strengthening the local food system. Stop by the market tent, located at the market entrance, for more information.
Learn more at www.rockvillemd.gov/farmers or 240-314-8620 or follow the market on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RockvilleFarmersMarket.