|Happy Holidays From the Magnolia Community Farmers Market|
|The Magnolia Community Farmers Market, along with the support of our wonderful vendors, is pleased to be able to offer our followers a holiday raffle to wrap up our 2020 season and enable us to kick off 2021! Purchase raffle tickets on our website and enter to win one of these amazing prizes:
2 Holiday Basket Prizes: 2 winners will receive a gift basket filled with jams, almond butters, a blush Pinot noir, puzzles, coasters and more!
Gift Card Prizes: (3 winners!) $20 gift certificate to the MCFM for our 2021 season.
|Raffle Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50. Buy for yourself, buy for a friend, share the link and tell your friends! Support your local vendors, shop small and help raise money for the magnolia community farmers market!
* Tickets on sale NOW through December 13.
*Drawing will happen LIVE on our Facebook Page on Monday, December 14th.
*Winners will be tagged and contacted that day to arrange for contactless pick up of their prizes
|Holiday Baskets, thoughtfully curated with items from our vendors. Each basket valued over $100:
Mixes and Jams from Carolyn’s Farm Kitchen
Blush Pinot Noir from The Cave
Beckah’s Bangin’ Butter, both coconut and original
Puzzles and Coasters from Ardizzoni Photography
Soaps or Beeswax Wraps from Holdfast Company
Jams and Jellies from Lauralee’s Country Kitchen
Salts from Cape Ann Sea Salt
Yummy protein packed snacks from Bliss Bites
(This prize contains alcohol; winner must be 21 or older)
|The Runner-up Winner will receive this beautiful collection of oils and vinegar from Cape Ann Olive Oils AND a Christmas Tree from Marshall’s Farm Stand!|
|Grand Prize Winner will be treated to a Turkey Dinner for six with all the fixings’, courtesy of the incomparable Julie Geary of Classic Cooks.
Tickets on sale NOW! To support the market share this link with your friends and family on your social media and purchase tickets for a chance to win these extraordinary prizes! https://www.magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket.com/product-category/holiday-raffle/
|The Magnolia Community Farmers Market team appreciates your endless support and we wish you and yours a very Happy Holiday season!|
Meet our team
The Magnolia Community Farmers Market planning committee consists of Alana Horne, Greg Farrenkopf, Rebecca Doyon, Dylan Enos, Nying Gallo, and Bob Marshall (pictured left to right, Bob not pictured)
@rocky shores glass
is feeling blessed at
Our team of planners would like to offer heartfelt thanks to our sponsors, our vendors, our photographer, and most importantly, you, our shoppers. The Magnolia Community Farmers Market would not be possible without the support of the wonderful community around us. When Covid19 offered up a host of unsurmountable obstacles for our 2020 summer season, the community embraced what seemed at first like a daunting task. What evolved was an amazing plan to feed our neighbors in a safe and easy way and we could not be more proud of what we accomplished! We sincerely thank you all for your support and your commerce this summer and we cannot wait to see you all in the spring, hopefully back on Lexington in the sun where we belong.
Happy to support you all! Thank you for having your brainstorming sessions with us, and glad our parking lot was able to allow for your pick ups in these socially distanced, crazy times!!<img class=”nl6bj373 fni8adji hgaippwi fykbt5ly ns4ygwem rl04r1d5 lzcic4wl l9j0dhe7″ src=”data:;base64, ” width=”16″ height=”16″ />
Shop local, this is the last week for the Magnolia Community Farmers Market, please click on the link below. Thanks and enjoy
One more week of Magnolia Community Farmers’ Market! Order your products for the final week starting today! https://www.magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket.com
Shop local, great food and great gift ideas.
and shop for contact less pick up
Remember to shop local to help our neighbors businesses.
Shop Local and help our small businesses.
Lookie lookie here! A fun and rewarding way to support your local farmers market!
On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 9:57 PM Magnolia Community Farmers Market <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Good evening friends and vendors! This week we’ve hit the ground running with a social media campaign we hope will catch some eyes and entice some shoppers. Attached is a PDF flyer which you are welcome to post on your social media platforms this week and encourage sharing and liking and tagging by all your followers. This flyer has also been boosted on our facebook and shared to our Instagram. I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love a discount! Let’s try to kick this party up a notch!
And if you’re on our facebook page, check out and share the new videos posted last week! One from 1623 Studios show “Cape Ann Today” and another live video from us on Sunday morning!
Orders have already started to roll in, so we are hoping for another great week! Stay cool out there! See you Sunday!
We need to help our local restaurants, retail stores, banks and small businesses. Please shop local, we have great places right here to take care of our needs. Also the Magnolia Community Farmers Market is another place to be able help our wonderful small businesses. It is so easy to shop, please go to
Thank you and take care
If you have not ordered from the Magnolia Community Farmers Market you are missing out on some great food and gifts. It is so easy to do and there is contactless pickup. Please follow the link below.
Thank you all and please shop local.
Please support local businesses.
Shopping is open Monday through 12noon on Fridays, with contactless pickup in Magnolia on Sundays.
Please go to our website and click on our shop for details, and we look forward to seeing you in Magnolia!
April 10, 2020
To Our Valued Friends and Neighbors,
We are writing to address the recent concerns that all of us are experiencing regarding the Covid19 virus and the impact it has on all of our lives. We agree with Governor Charlie Baker that farmers markets are an essential business and that maintaining and increasing access to local food is critical, especially during unsteady times such as these. We also agree that supporting local, small businesses and farms during difficult times is essential. Therefore, after much consideration and strategic planning, along with the City of Gloucester’s current approval, we have decided to move forward with our plan to open our market on Sunday, May 31, 2020 from 10am-1pm and run every Sunday until Oct 4, 2020.
We want you all to know that the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources has provided all markets with specific requirements for operation during this time. We will be complying with all recommendations and mandates set forth by our state and local governments, and our committee will
continue to meet regularly to plan our strategic adherence to these requirements.
We will be implementing the recommendations established by the MDAR, through social distancing and the following measures:
* Increased distance between vendors, allowing for the recommendation of 6 feet between each vendor table.
* All demonstrations and food samples will be eliminated to avoid the risk of cross-contamination.
* On-site consumption of prepared foods will not be allowed, following current state guidelines of prepared food for take-out purposes only.
* Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the market, and market staff will be vigilant reminding both customers and vendors to wash hands regularly and between transactions.
* Vendors and staff will be required to wear disposable gloves at all times during the market.
* Market staff, vendors, and employees will not be allowed to bag produce in reusable bags.
* Vendors will be encouraged to use table coverings, such as clear plastic, which are easy to wipe and sanitize often. All will be required to clean any displays at the beginning and end of each market they participate in, in addition to interval cleaning during the market.
We are committed to continuing our work under the advisement of our government’s suggestions and requirements, and we look forward to providing our community with a safe space to shop and support local farms, purveyors, and artisans.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us through our website, http://www.magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket.com, or our email, email@example.com. Be well and be safe.
We’ll see you in Magnolia!
Magnolia Community Farmers Market Committee.
We’re Here for YOU
Applications are now available to join the Magnolia Community Farmers Market this summer. Please visit our website for more information
The Magnolia Community Farmers Market coming soon.
This is our chance to show off what we have been working towards all summer: BUILDING A BETTER MARKET! We will be making our pitch, along with 3 other teams seeking a grant. The trustees will vote and decide if our hard work and NEW IDEAS are worthy of a $1000 no-strings-attached grant! Our team has worked so hard this summer to bring Magnolia a fresh and exciting new farmers market, and if you are on this mailing list, it means we couldn’t have done it without YOU! The trustees encourage us to invite our supporters to join us at the Gloucester House to cheer us on! With this grant, the MCFM hopes to be able to improve our website, reach out to more food vendors and farms and work to achieve WIC and SNAP accreditation so that we can BETTER serve our shoppers and the community! If you don’t have plans this Thursday, come on down to the Gloucester House and show your support for the Magnolia Community Farmers Market!
A reminder from the Magnolia Community Farmers’ Market
Just a reminder, this Sunday is the final market 😢 Couple things…
Don’t forget that immediately following wrap up, as soon as the street is open again, we plan to head to the pub for an end-of-season toast! First round is on us!
So far our list contains the following vendors:
Cape Ann Animal Aid
Jodie M Tupperware
Sharon Lowe Photography
All Purpose Flowers
Rocky Shores Glass
Donna Arizona Photography
Dancing Daisy Bakery
Designs By V
Four Directions Integrative Health
Inspire Bar and Fitness
Still Tides Massage and Spa
Agape Brew Community
Tony Fronteiro – Musical guest
The MCFM Committee will be setting up our own independent table to host the raffle. We will collect names, emails, and phone numbers. Guests need not be present to win. Classic Cooks has most generously offered us a GRAND PRIZE donation, consisting of a Thanksgiving Dinner for 6, delivered hot and ready on Thanksgiving day. This raffle ticket will be separate from the collection, as we plan to use it as a fundraising opportunity to benefit additional advertising for next season! We hope that throughout the day on Sunday you will entice your customers to visit our table to sign up for the raffle. Prizes will be pulled during the final 15 minutes of the market. In the next 24 hours, I will be posting a flyer and an event on our facebook page and we encourage you to share and post about it to build a broader audience for this week!
We could not be more proud of the 2029 Magnolia Community Farmers Market team and we are so fortunate to call you all our friends. Thank you for a wonderful season! See you all on Sunday!
Rebecca, Alana, Nying and Caitlyn
In an effort to celebrate our success, we would love to turn September 15, the final market of the season, into a bit of a block party. We’d like to make it fun for the customers and vendors alike. We are hoping to put together a free raffle for customers and are asking vendors to participate by submitting an item as a fun prize. By handing out raffle tickets we will be asking for customer email to create a mailing list for our website (under construction) to better construct our advertising plan for next season. Our idea is that our musical guest, Tony Frontiero, will announce some winners of free give aways in the final hour. (Customers need not be present to win, but it would be nice; we can take the reigns on prize notification after the market closes if need be). We will be working with Classic Cooks to obtain a one-day permit to serve/sell mimosas on the street throughout the morning. If you are a food vendor, it would be nice if there were a few extra free samples available to keep the merriment flowing.
At the close of the market, we would truly love to have all our vendors join us for an end-of-the-summer toast at the Pub (JD Meyers and Friends) to congratulate us all on our amazing summer!
Alana and Rebecca
The weather looks great Sunday morning for the The Magnolia Community Farmers’ Market. Come on day to stroll Lexington Avenue for great food, gifts and of course socializing.
Sunday from 9 – 12 is a great time to shop for fruits, veggies and special local gifts. Come on down and stroll Lexington Avenue, have breakfast at Sherry’s Corner Café and enjoy the market.
Do to the perishable food at the Magnolia Community Farmers Market the will be cancelled for Sunday.
Remember to hydrate and have a good beach day. We will see you next week at the Magnolia Community Farmers Market.
Please not the time change
Good Morning Magnolia Community Farmers Market Vendors and customers!
Due to the extreme heat we are experiencing, we have decided to close the market early tomorrow, running only from 9AM – 11AM. If you are still planning on joining us, please be sure to bring your tents, water, etc. to stay as cool as possible while we’re open. We will also have cold water on hand to help us all stay hydrated.
Stay well, stay cool, and we will see you at 8am set-up tomorrow morning!
Rebecca and Alana