Everything you need to know about the Cambridge Winter Farmers Market

Now in its eighth year, the Cambridge Winter Farmers Market (CWFM) begins in January. The CWFM features local food and craft vendors offering a range of foods grown or made in New England, live music, local artists, and educational programs for children and adults.


The Cambridge Winter Farmers Market is run by the Cambridge Community Center (CCC). The CCC promotes community cooperation and unity, and empowers youth, individuals, and families.


The CWFM strives to promote vibrant local economy, create access to fresh, healthy food, and provide a gathering space for community throughout the winter months.


The Cambridge Winter Farmers Market takes place inside of the Cambridge Community Center’s gymnasium at 5 Callender Street.


Every Saturday from 10a-2p, starting January 5th through April 6th, the CWFM will be open for business.


You don’t need tickets to attend the Cambridge Winter Farmers Market, but there are many foods and crafts for sale. SNAP and double SNAP (15 SNAP dollars = 30 dollars for the market) are accepted on eligible products.


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