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The Tamarac Community Farmers’ Market Reopens; Free Food Distribution Events Continue

After a long wait, the City of Tamarac is resuming the Community Farmers’ Market. For now, the Market will be open on Sundays from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.

The Market is located at Veterans’ Memorial Park, a passive park where you can view the open space along a canal, use the small boat-launching ramp, and enjoy the gazebo as well as the Tamarac Veterans Memorial. You can also take a moment and view “In the Spirit of Peace,” the inspirational eternal flame public art sculpture by local artist Beth Ravitz.

The park is located at 7825 Southgate Blvd., Tamarac, FL 33321.

If you’re planning to visit the Community Farmers’ Market, be sure to wear your facial coverings and observe social distancing requirements. You can shop for fresh produce, honey, sauces, and other artisanal goodies.

Remember that for now, other than the Farmers’ Market, City parks remain closed on Sundays.

Upcoming Food Distribution Events

The following list includes upcoming Feeding South Florida food distribution events in Tamarac. These events will be held during the stated times or while supplies last.

• Saturday, August 22, 8 – 11 am, Korean United Methodist Church, 6501 W. Commercial Blvd.
• Saturday, August 29, 8 – 11 am, Korean United Methodist Church, 6501 W. Commercial Blvd.
• Wednesday, September 2, 9 – 11 am, Christian Life Center, 2699 W. Commercial Blvd.
• Saturday, September 5, 8 – 11 am, Korean United Methodist Church, 6501 W. Commercial Blvd.

About Feeding South Florida

According to their website, Feeding South Florida is “South Florida’s leading domestic hunger-relief organization serving 25% of the state’s food insecure population). Feeding South Florida distributed nearly 62 million pounds (51.5 million meals) of food last fiscal year to over 706,000 individuals – 236,000 of whom are children and 100,000 are older adults.”

Here are just a few ways to help: you can donate, volunteer, visit their online store, or start a corporate partnership at your place of work.

To learn more about city events, visit:

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