Belmont Farmers' Market

In the Belmont Center parking lot, on Thursday afternoons
2:00 - 6:30 from June 4th to October 29th, 2020

Starting in October, the Market will close at 6pm
Important Update!
Beginning next Thursday, October 1st, the Market will close at 6pm.
Community Tent Spotlight
The community tent is canceled this year, but we will continue to promote the organizations that were originally scheduled for the Market in the newsletter each week.
The Food Project

Do you believe that fresh, healthy food should be a right for all people to enjoy? If your answer is yes, check out The Food Project, a local nonprofit organization that envisions a world where youth are active leaders, diverse communities feel connected to the land and each other, and everyone has access to fresh, local, healthy, affordable food.

The Food Project sustainably cultivates 70 acres of farmland across Greater Boston and the North Shore with the help of local teenagers employed in their youth crews. Through hands-on farm work, food justice workshops, and community engagement, young people at The Food Project not only gain critical workplace skills, they drive real and relevant change in their communities. Over 50% of the 200,000 pounds of fresh food they grow is distributed to local families living with food insecurity—by way of food donations, affordable farmers' markets, and partnerships with local businesses. As the Covid-19 crisis continues to widen the already stark disparities in food access, this work is more important than ever.

To learn more about The Food Project, visit the website.
Belmont Human Rights Commission

Established in 2004 with members appointed by the Select Board, the Belmont Human Rights Commission (BHRC) addresses issues of discrimination and equity in the Belmont community through proactive educational and cultural programs, dialogue, and response to concerns of community members. The Commission aims to recognize and address all forms of discrimination, striving ultimately to make Belmont a safe and welcoming place for all.

Its meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, now on Zoom, and are open to the public. BHRC's next meeting is on October 1st at 7 pm. 

For more information on attending a meeting, becoming a volunteer, or any related concern you might have, please contact BHRC at or at 617-993-2795.

Vendor Information
Download the Vendor Map to plan your trip ahead of time.
Breads, Pastries & Sweets

Prepared Meals

Specialty Vendors

Merton's Maple Syrup*
*occasional vendor

Find more information on all of our vendors on our website.
Reminder: BFM Rules during COVID-19
We have changed our rules to make the Belmont Farmers' Market as safe as possible, using guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Town of Belmont. Please follow the rules for your safety, and the safety of the vendors and market staff.

Graphics created for us by Warren Croce, a Belmont resident and graphic designer.
Food Assistance
Our ability to improve our neighbors' access to fresh fruit and vegetables depends on your generosity. Please consider donating through our parent organization, The Belmont Food Collaborative. Thank you for your ongoing support. 

You can help support our Food Assistance work by making a donation. Thank you!
Thank you!
Thanks to our sponsors for supporting our food assistance programs
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