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community meals and low-cost produce markets reduce the barriers many of our community members experience to accessing good, healthy food for themselves and their families

COMMUNITY MEALS

These programs provide opportunities for people to gather in a welcoming space for a free, healthy, and delicious meal prepared by a chef and served right to the table. Community meals are a chance to get together with friends, or make new ones.

Program generously sponsored by

The McCutcheon Foundation

MONDAY NIGHT DINNER

Mondays
5pm – 6pm

CURRENTLY DELIVERY ONLY

Everyone in the community is welcome. Kid’s activities and Access Market open concurrently. Vegetarian option is available. Other dietary restrictions please contact us 24 hours in advance.

WEDNESDAY COMMUNITY LUNCH

11:30AM – 12:30PM

Open to all community members, but some activities are targeted at seniors. Preceded by light exercise and followed by an educational presentation by OneCare. Free blood pressure clinic on site.

Dining room full of commuinty meals diners

FRIDAY MARKET CAFE

11AM – 1PM

Light lunch and coffee provided at no cost in our dining room. Our low-cost market is open concurrently.

COMMUNITY ACCESS MARKETS

These weekly markets make fresh, local food more accessible to those living on low incomes. When people shop for fruits and vegetables at the affordable produce market, their money goes a lot further than it would at a farmer’s market and they can head home with loads of fresh ingredients to prepare healthy meals. With local producers supplying food for the program, people can support community farmers while choosing from a great selection of fresh, seasonal food.

COMMUNITY ACCESS MARKETS

Fridays
11am – 1pm

The Community Access Market offers fresh local foods including veggies, fruits, and unprocessed meats at wholesale prices. Everyone welcome.

NOURISH MARKET

St Marys
United Church (85 Church St S)
1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month

Our Access Market hits the road, providing high-quality produce at affordable prices to surrounding communities.

Program generously sponsored by

“There’s so much I’ve learned from different programs. Doing something different. Trying foods I’d never tried because I didn’t know how to cook them or what they tasted like.”

A Community Member • The Local CFC, Stratford