The Lexington Farmers’ Market will be holding its popular Local Food for SNAP Silent Auction on Tuesday, September 25 from 2-6 pm with an exciting and fun range of products donated by LFM farmers, vendors, artisans and volunteers.
The SNAP auction features a vibrant collection of themed baskets including Sunday Supper, Kitchen Staples, Garden Delights and Breakfast Bounty, filled with delicious contributions from local farms and food producers, as well as items such as classes at Wright-Locke Farm, a visit to the new Roasted Granola Cafe and handmade works by local artisans.
Started in 2010 by beloved Lexington resident Dr. Daniel Palant, the SNAP auction supports the weekly $15 match program for the LFM’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, increasing access to healthy food for individuals and families in need. As more families, seniors and individuals in need of food assistance are buying healthy, local food at farmers’ markets, the market now sees an average of fifteen customers using SNAP each week. This year, the LFM is projected to need $7,000 for the SNAP match program, with the Local Food for SNAP auction as the LFM’s biggest fundraiser. The weekly Tuesday market is held at the corner of MA Ave, Fletcher Ave, and Woburn Street in Lexington. For more information and a complete list of items, visit www.lexingtonfarmersmarket.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You'll find the best in local food and farms at the Lexington Farmers' Market every Tuesday, from May 29th - October 30th, 2-6:30PM (Closing at 6PM in October). The market is held at the corner of MA Avenue and Fletcher Avenue at Woburn St, with parking available. The LFM accepts SNAP and doubles SNAP dollars up to $15 per week.
The Painters Guild presents:
Open Figure Drawing Studio
September 26 October 10 & 24 November 7 & 14
6:30 – 9:00pm Plummer Studio
This class is open to walk-ins ($20 cash) or Guild members ($15 cash)
In a relaxed and informal atmosphere, students practice the art of drawing the nude figure.
There is no instructor.
All levels of experience and the use of all types of media (other than oil-based materials) are encouraged.
The class usually begins with a series of short poses by the model, building up to poses as long as 20 minutes.
For more information: 781-862-9696 • www.lacsma.org• facebook
LexArt (Lexington Arts and Crafts Society