The market ranges from 900 to 1200 visitors per week, including families, the elderly and SNAP shoppers. Visitors can shop for fresh, in-season vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, bread, and food grown and produced by Massachusetts farms, bakeries, and other food producers. Due to the Covid pandemic we will not be offering events, entertainment or crafters in 2020.
When & Where
Please be advised of our new market hours during the Covid Pandemic.
Thursdays, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., beginning in June and ending in October.
Bowden Park at the junction of West Emerson, and Vinton Streets, adjacent to the Cedar Park Commuter Rail stop.
- Commuter Rail lot, along Cedar Park
- Trinity Church parking lot, diagonally across from the market
- Street parking on Tremont Street and the park side of West Emerson Street
- Neighboring streets, but be courteous of driveways and mind the hydrants
We encourage walking or biking to this neighborhood park.
Market Money only available to SNAP shoppers
When you come to the farmers market, all our vendors will take credit/debit card, however, you can also use cash, credit cards, debit cards, SNAP cards, Shop Melrose gift checks, WIC coupons, and Senior Farmers’ Market Coupons. Market Money is currently only available for SNAP. There are changes to the SNAP program during the 2020 market season. We are out of SNAP match, but can run your SNAP card to give you market bucks to spend on the other non-farm vendors who do not take SNAP cards.