Shoreline Farmers Market opens Saturday

Thursday, June 6, 2019

The Shoreline Farmers Market opens for its 8th season on June 8th in the same location, next to Central Market on Westminster Way.

The market runs through October 6th.

"We are really gearing up for a great year. We'll average 45 vendors every week and offer flowers, prepared foods, fruits/vegetables, crafts, kids program, seating area, and live music."

Come down and shop for deliciously fresh produce, baked goods, cheese, meats, and eggs. Local artisan crafts, a food truck and family friendly music for your entertainment. Bring the kiddos down for the PoP Kids Club with fun activities and PoP Bucks to spend on fruits and veggies.

The Shoreline Farmers Market participates in the Fresh Bucks Program where they double the dollars of every EBT/SNAP transaction. (10$ off EBT and customer gets $10 extra totaling $20).

We are committed to providing healthy foods for everyone in the community and the Fresh Bucks program is just one way we can help. Most of our vendors accept WIC and SFMNP Vouchers as well.

This Saturday only: We are very excited to be hosting the DSHS Mobile Community Service Office (CSO) on June 8th only. This is a 40 foot truck that doubles as an office. 

"Each Mobile CSO unit is staffed by experienced program specialists who are able to determine financial eligibility for the cash and food assistance programs. They process new applications, reviews and changes for active cases; they issue EBT cards and receive documents. The Mobile CSO specialists also determine eligibility for Medicare Savings Programs and Aged, Blind, or Disabled Medicaid."


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