Lewiston Winter Farmers’ Market

Winter Market:

The Lewiston Winter Farmers’ Market will run 11:00am to 1:00pm every Sunday at their summer location at Bates Mill 5 through December!

The Lewiston Farmers’ Market, in partnership with the Good Food Bus mobile market, is offering a weekly online ordering option for customers fostering easy and safe pick up of fresh, local food and goods. Find your favorite vendors and seasonal products online while you order from the comfort of your own home. Orders can placed Tuesday through Friday until 5pm each week and picked up Sundays at Bates Mill 5 (the farmers’ market summer location) any time between 11 am 1pm at the Good Food Bus. Customers pay upon pick up with Cash, Credit/Debit, SNAP/EBT, AND Maine Harvest Bucks for their online order. (Maine Harvest Bucks can only be used on the vegetable and fruit portion of the order). New products and vendors will be added weekly as we grow the store so make sure to check back in! Farmers’ Market vendors will be out on site along with the Good Food Bus each week as long as the weather is manageable. If you’d  like to place an order, please visit https://www.lewistonfarmersmarket.com/ OR https://www.goodfoodbus.org/shop

 

Summer Market:

Stop by one of central Maine’s fastest growing farmers markets to pick up all your grocery needs and then some! Conveniently located across from Lewiston-Auburn’s beautiful Great Falls and next to the historic Bates Mill 5, the Lewiston Farmers’ Market offers customers a family friendly atmosphere and nearly 25 vendors selling Maine grown and produced products. A visitor to the market will find fresh and chemical-free fruits and vegetables, quality meats, artisan cheese, baked goods, fresh seafood and live lobster, handcrafted soaps and body products, fresh cut flowers, arts, crafts and more! Your Food. Your Community. Your Market. We’re here for you!

The Lewiston Farmers’ Market is sponsored by St. Mary’s Health System and is supported by staff and volunteers from the St. Mary’s Nutrition Center; a local and statewide resource dedicated to promoting community health through organizing, advocacy and education. The Nutrition Center has twelve years of experience working to create a sustainable regional food system, involving those affected by inadequate food access as partners and supporting area farms as an essential piece of the local economy.

For more information on the Lewiston Farmers’ Market and the work of the Nutrition Center please contact 207 513 3848 or visit us on Facebook at Lewiston Farmers’ Market, ME or St. Mary’s Nutrition Center’s website