Grand Opening of Lowell Farmers’ Market

Mayor Ed Kennedy cuts the ribbon at CTI Farmers' Market. Photo courtesy Marie Sweeney

Mayor Ed Kennedy cuts the ribbon at CTI Farmers’ Market. Photo courtesy Marie Sweeney

The following is from Marie Sweeney:

The 29th Annual CTI / Lowell Farmers’ Market had a Grand-Opening ribbon-cutting today with the help of Lowell Mayor Ed Kennedy. The Farmers’ Market operates on Fridays through mid-October (except during the Lowell Folk Festival) on JFK Plaza adjacent to Lowell City Hall from 1-6pm. With offerings of fresh, locally-grown, seasonal produce from many area farms and small growers, fresh bakery products, specially-baked goods for canines, local honey products, home-made candies, flowers and plants, specialty items like fruit drinks and popcorn and more, it’s attractive and accessible for walkers, downtown denizens and commuters. Look for hand-made pottery, literature about good nutrition and programs like WIC as well as brochures about the Lowell National Historical Park programs. Each week has a theme or food demonstrations. Today Mayor Ed Kennedy and CTI Board Chair Glenn Goldman assisted Connie Martin in making zucchini fritters served “benedict” style with Canadian bacon and an egg – with or without a sauce…. a tasting and the recipe was available. Check it out! BTW – eligible seniors can get food vouchers for use at the Market.


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