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Shopping with a card is easy:
• Visit the Market Info Table
• Pick up your vendor shopping sheet and clipboard
• Present it at each stall where you shop
• Return to the info booth to swipe your card
• Receive you Maine Harvest Bucks!
Participating in the Maine Harvest Bucks Program
PLEASE NOTE: Maine Harvest Bucks can be redeemed ONLY for fruits and vegetables, either fresh or processed with no salt, sugar or fat added.
LEARN MORE ABOUT MAINE HARVEST BUCKS and how they work.
Thanks to generous volunteers from the local community who are manning our Info Table and working to see that this program continues for years to come. Stop by the Info Table and let us know if you would like to help out.
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We missed you all last weekend - and we are excited to bring the YumBus BACK to all of our favorite locations this weekend! Billi will be serving up made-to-order Crêpes at all three farmers markets on Fri/Sat/Sun... We've got ALL your favorites - Breads, Cookies, Hand Pies, Scones, Biscotti - and of course - HUMMUS! There are even a few bottles of Fire Fly Farm Sriracha remaining - get it while it lasts!
---CRÊPES and BAKERY - Friday 9 - 1 at Belfast Farmers' Market - (Waterfall Arts)
---CRÊPES and BAKERY - Saturday 8 - 12 at Orono Farmers' Market (On campus at the steam plant, by the river)
---CRÊPES and BAKERY - Sunday 11 - 1:30 at Bangor Farmers Market (across from the library on Harlow St.)
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