2015 Movie Series
April Movie at the Jean Cocteau Theater
Showtimes: Saturday, April 18th at 2:00pm & Wednesday April 22nd at 6:45
Lunch Hour examines America’s National School Lunch Program which exposes children to unhealthy, but culturally accepted foods at a young age. Is this the root of the childhood obesity crisis? What is causing us to lust for these unhealthy foods? Have we unconsciously decided to ignore this situation and accept an unhealthy diet as the social norm? School officials, politicians, doctors, celebrity chefs, authors, and others share what they’re doing to problem solve this predicament and help save the children of America.
1 EBT dollar =
2 dollars to spend at the Farmers Market
How to Use Your EBT Card at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market
We are happy to announce double value on EBT cards for all of 2015! One EBT dollar equals twice the amount in Farmers Market tokens up to $20 per day.
Bring your EBT card to the Market’s Information Booth, have your EBT card scanned for whatever amount you choose, and we’ll give you $1 tokens to purchase groceries from the vendors. If your purchase doesn’t quite add up to the number of tokens you have, you can use your own money to fill in.
For ALL of 2015 – Every Market!
NEW! Find Your Farmer text hotline
Ever wonder whether your go-to pastry guy is at the Farmer Market this week?
Or where the lady with the epic sunflower sprouts is set up?
Now, you can find out super fast with our new Find Your Farmer text hotline.
Here’s how it works:
* Text the name of the vendor (or their business) and your question to 505-467-9792.
* Begin the text with “FYF”.
* We’ll get back to you within fifteen minutes.
“FYF – Is Jose Gonzales at the market today?”
“FYF – Where is Santa Cruz Farms set up this morning?”
Texts without the full name of a vendor and/or their business name cannot be answered.
So none of this, please: “FYF – the one guy…with the vegetables and…stuff…where is he?”
We look forward to pointing you in the right direction.
WIC and SNAP EBT accepted at all Farmers' Markets by qualifying vendors.
For more information about New Mexico WIC, please click here.
For more information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly known as the Food Stamp program), please click here.
Yum! Recipe ideas for the season
The Market Pavilion
The Pavilion will be available for event rentals when the Market is not in session. For more information about having your event at the market hall, click here.