Our market cultivates community engagement by creating a place where residents, farmers, and producers connect for a happier, healthier Weymouth.
June 20th - October 3rd
closed 7/4 & 9/5
Weymouth High School
1 Wildcat Way, Weymouth, MA 02190
IMPORTANT: To reduce the spread of COVID-19, vendors and shoppers are encouraged to use a card or mobile app as payment when possible. Market tokens will continue to be accepted by vendors and may be purchased at the Market Manager’s tent with an EBT, debit, or credit card. Tokens should be purchased only when needed. HIP (Healthy Incentives Program) payments are strongly encouraged to reduce the handling of tokens. For help finding a participating HIP farm, please ask market staff.
WAYS TO PAY
No cash? No problem! Shoppers can swipe a credit, debit, or EBT card in exchange for wooden tokens that act like currency at the market. Tokens never expire, so shoppers can keep what they don't use for more shopping later.
In 2020, market shoppers in Weymouth spent $14,342 in wooden tokens. This money went directly into the hands of Massachusetts' farms and small businesses.
SNAP, HIP & FARM TO FAMILY
Massachusetts's Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) helps SNAP shoppers buy more fruits and vegetables at our participating HIP farms.
Our Farm to Family (Token) Program helps you buy more of everything else! We DOUBLE your SNAP dollars up to $20 each market. That's an additional $20 FREE each week above and separate from your HIP limit.
PARTNERS & CONTRIBUTORS
The Weymouth Farmers Market is coordinated by the Town of Weymouth and funded in partnership with the Weymouth Food Pantry and Mass in Motion, an initiative of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and supported by a grant of the USDA’s Farmers Market Promotion Program.