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You have seven chances each week to catch North Union Farmers Market, which provides Clevelanders with access to fresh produce, meats, dairy and baked goods directly from local aggies. Produce Perks match is unlimited for SNAP customers. Swing by one (or more!) of the markets: Shaker Square, Crocker Park, Cleveland Clinic, Chagrin Falls, Van Aken District, Pinecrest or Legacy Village. Days and hours vary; check the website for deets. The first 30 minutes of each market is designated for shopping by seniors/vulnerable populations, except at Crocker Park where stands open 30 minutes early for seniors/vulnerable shoppers.
Shaker Square & Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Cleveland; Crocker Park, Westlake; Chagrin Falls Square; Van Aken District, Shaker Heights; Pinecrest, Orange Village; Legacy Village, Lyndhurst | northunionfarmersmarket.org
Eat fresh and buy local. Shop for fresh produce, baked goods, honey, jams, hand-crafted food and art from local farmers, producers and artists at the Tremont Farmers Market in Lincoln Park. Afterward, grab a drink or bite to eat from one of the neighborhood pubs or local restaurants. Produce Perks with unlimited match for SNAP customers is available until the end of June. The market is open every Tuesday through September 29, 4-7pm. The designated shopping time for vulnerable populations is 3:30-4pm.
Lincoln Park, W. 14th St., Cleveland | TremontFarmersMarket.com
We dare you to try and find something grown or made outside of Northern Ohio. You won’t at Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market, where farmers, gardeners, and artisans abound. Grab all the fresh ingredients for your kitchen every Sunday from June 14 to October 11, 10am-1pm. Check their website for upcoming virtual chef demos and sustainability programming. The designated shopping time for vulnerable populations is 9:45-10:30am.
Behind Walgreen’s, W. 168th St. and Albers Ave., Cleveland | KammsCornersFarmersMarket.org
Looking for that down-on-the-farm feeling? The Ohio City Farm is the place to be. Sitting on six acres of land just a street away from Ohio City’s brewpubs, the Ohio City Farm is one of the largest contiguous urban farms in the country and powered by the Refugee Response, CMHA Green Team and Great Lakes Brewing Co. Shop for the freshest produce every Saturday morning from June 13 through October, 10am-1pm.
Bridge Ave. and W. 24th St., Cleveland | ohiocityfarm.com
Head to Public Square in historic Medina for a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, desserts and fresh-cut flowers and plants. Then stroll around town and have brunch at a local eatery or shop their many unique boutiques. SNAP customers get a dollar-for-dollar match to spend on fresh produce. The market is open every Saturday from June 6 to October 17, 9am-1pm. The designated shopping hour for vulnerable populations is 8-9am.
Broadway St. between E. Liberty St. and E. Washington St., Medina | medinafarmersmarket.com
Members of the Hough Community can join the fun at the Fresh Food Market and Family Fun Day. Free, fresh food, healthy food prep lessons and games every second Wednesday of the month, 2-5pm.
Willson Elementary School, Ansel Rd., Cleveland | famicos.org/events