Free Farmers’ Market Coupons

Receive $25 in coupons to buy fresh produce at the Cape Ann Farmers Market

SeniorCare and the Gloucester Council on Aging will be distributing 2021 SNFMP Farmers’ Market Coupons to eligible seniors.

SeniorCare is also working with our other eight Council on Agings to bring the SFMNP to our entire area of service.
Please contact your local Council on Aging for more information.

Date: Wednesday, July 21st

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am 

Locations: Community Room @ McPherson Park, Lincoln Park, Poplar Park, Sheedy Park, and Curtis Clark Building

1) over 60 years of age and
2) have an annual income less than $23,828 (1,986/monthly) for a household of one and $32,227 ($2686/monthly) for a household of two.  

SeniorCare will also have a table with coupons at the Farmers’ Market at Harbor Loop on Thursday, July 15, 22, & 29 from 3:30pm to 5:00pm.  

If you have any questions regarding the coupons, please call SeniorCare’s Nutrition Department at 978-281-1750.

The Seniors on the Go bus will be providing transportation to the Cape Ann Farmers Market, reserve your seat by 1pm the day before, 978-283-7916. 

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