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Phase 2 reopening begins week of July 6.
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Fulks Corner Market
Main Street Farmers & Artists Market
Fulks Corner Market
Main Street Farmers & Artists Market
Fulks Corner Market
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Farmers Markets at Casey Community Center & Main Street in the Kentlands resume operations the week of July 6. Customers will be allowed to shop in person, with some vendors offering online pre-orders & delivery only. Both will operate with reduced hours (Casey Market 1 - 4 p.m., Main Street Market 9 a.m. - noon).

The following changes are in place:
      • Safety protocols will be in place
      • Food products only (no artists)
      • Masks & social distancing required
      • Vendors will be incorporating safety procedures
      • Service dogs only
      • Preplanning of purchases so visitors can shop quickly
      • Shop with your eyes
      • Limit cell phone usage at market for safety

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Buy Local. Buy Fresh.

The City presents two Farmers Markets, providing residents with locally grown produce throughout the growing season. The variety of fruits and vegetables changes weekly as different crops reach maturity.

The Main Street Farmers & Artists Market is open year round, Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (see temporary hours above).

The Fulks Corner Farmers Market has relocated to Casey Community Center and is now called the Casey Farmers Market. This market is held Thursdays, May through mid-November, from 1 to 5:30 p.m. (see temporary hours above). Seasonal fruits & vegetables, along with a variety of locally produced food items are for sale. This market does not feature artists & crafters.

Scenic View Farms at the Casey Farmers Market accepts SNAP.

Gaithersburg’s markets are partners in the Eat Fresh Maryland program, fully committed to increasing access to fresh, local food for Marylanders of all backgrounds and incomes through federal nutrition benefits. Both markets accept WIC and the Main Street Farmers & Artists Market accepts FVC & FMNP checks.