Beyond the Market

Check out what CAFM does besides putting on an awesome weekly market...

Dig In at resist:Art of Protest

Join us at Resist: Art of Protest at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center to "dig in" to "the whole problem of health in soil, plant, animal, and man as one great subject" - Sir Albert Howard

July 1: starting at 5pm

Stay tuned for our schedule of events!

TownGreen2025's Cape ann Sustainability Fair

Promoting a more sustainable Cape Ann by reducing our carbon footprint!

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Seafood Throwdown

Since 2008, Seafood Throwdowns have proven to be fun, educational and community driven events to promote public awareness of what it really means to have sustainable seafood. A Seafood Throwdown engages the larger community in issues affecting our ocean, fishing communities, and sustainable fisheries.

Seafood Throwdown was the brainchild of the partnership between the Cape Ann Farmers Market and the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) as a way of raising awareness and promoting the ecological and economic importance of locally caught seafood, building a broader base of support for efforts to transform fisheries and ocean policies, and gauging community’s interest in Community Supported Fisheries (CSF).

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Gloucester Horribles Parade

Every year, the Cape Ann Farmers Market partners with Backyard Growers and with engaged local community members to make a food-and-farming-themed float for the annual Gloucester Horribles parade.

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Our Annual Dinner & a movie Fundraiser

For our major annual fundraiser, we host a Dinner & a Movie Night at the Cape Ann Cinema & Stage. Local restaurants provide a delicious light meal to accompany the food-themed film we screen.

2016: Chef

2017: The 100-Foot Journey