City Closures & Cancellations

All City facilities are closed, all programs are cancelled, and all but the most essential of City services are curtailed through at least April 30, 2020.
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Farmers Markets

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Fulks Corner Market
Main Street Farmers & Artists Market
Fulks Corner Market
Main Street Farmers & Artists Market
Fulks Corner Market
Cancellation Notice
As of Saturday, March 14, and until further notice, the Main Street Farmers & Artists Market is cancelled. Please Click here for detailed information.


Farmers Market Pick Up & Deliveries
While our Farmers Markets are closed to help slow the spread of Novel Coronavirus, many vendors are offering pick up and/or delivery of their products.
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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. Its robust summer version starts up on May 2. Main Street Farmers are joined by local artists and craftspeople with unique handcrafted items. You’ll also find purveyors of fresh prepared foods, potted plants & cut flowers.

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. Seasonal fruits & vegetables, along with a variety of locally produced food items are for sale. This market does not feature artists & crafters.


Be Your Best Fest - CANCELLED
May 9, 2020 • 11 AM - 1 PM
Join us for an exciting free community event of food, fitness, and family fun. Plus we'll be celebrating the opening of the Casey Farmers Market. Be Your Best Fest highlights the importance of physical activity, mindful eating, and being healthy, confident, and kind. Enjoy fun activities, health resources, local food, fitness vendors, and more!

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.