Cape Ann Farmer's Market's 10th Annual Dinner and a Movie Fundraiser featuring a special Gloucester Writers Center Fish Tales and Martin Scorsese's Italianamerican.
In this wonderful film from 1974, the Scorseses talk about their experiences as Italian immigrants in New York City while having dinner at their flat on Elizabeth Street. Scorsese's mother also teaches how to cook her meatballs.
Doors open at 6:00, dinner at 6:30, Fish Tales at 7:00, and movie at 7:45.
Light fare provided by A&J King, Cake Ann, Common Crow, Duckworth's Bistrot, and Short and Main.
**Fundraiser special: Purchase a discounted membership along with your ticket! Check our membership benefits here!**
SOLD OUT!! Please call for information.
Join us for the last farmers market of 2017! Great farmers, artists, bakers, and more! Grab some last minute gifts or a treat to bring to your holiday gatherings to share with family and friends!
RSVP on our Facebook event to get update on vendors and our special holiday raffle baskets!
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
How much do you know about the food you eat?
Vendors, postcard writing, delicious food, and interactive demonstrations with our vendors and local nonprofits.
A Panel Discussion About Food Activism
co-sponsored by the Gloucester Writers Center
Will Allen: Organic farmer and author
Niaz Dorry: Executive Director of the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA)
Carolyn Mugar - Executive Director of Farm Aid
Can you be a change-maker?
Our featured vendors!
Each vendor and nonprofit will be donating part of their profits to a nonprofit of their choice!
Black Earth Compost
Cape Ann Farmers Market
Dancing Goats Dairy
Iron Ox Farm
Michele Del Vecchio
Pastaio Via Corta
Salt Marsh Farm
True Grit Farm
**Click on each vendor to learn more!**
The Cape Ann Farmers Market is more than just a market! Read our feature in Northshore Magazine to learn all about CAFM and what we do beyond the weekly market!
Bogin sums up the value of farmers’ markets by saying: “The food tastes better, it’s better for the economy, it’s better for the community, and it allows people to directly interact with those who are growing and making their food, which makes for a great learning experience.”
Check out the article to find out how - as Northshore Magazine puts it - "to shop at a farmers’ market is to contribute to the greater good."