Resilience & Presence: Winter Changes at the Moss Park Market


Nine months into 2020, we’ve had six months of living a new life. As we collectively learn a lesson about presence, resilience can be an underappreciated theme. Our resilience is founded in doing what we do best, safely, to get through the current difficult period together.

At the Moss Park Market, we’re making a few adjustments to how fresh food will be picked up this winter season. We want everyone to stay warm and safe in the coming colder months.

From 11am to 4pm, we’ll have five pick-up time slots of one hour each.

If you are already a regular at the market, nothing much will change; we just hope to shorten wait times. If you do not yet have a time slot, we will still serve you. We are just asking for cooperation in planning a pick-up slot once you do come!

Ultimately, our offerings are pay-what-you-can, but we suggest a donation of $5 for one bag or $25 for 4 weeks.

The Moss Park Market is fueled by community support: your presents support our presence. But we don’t define people by their ability to support us financially. We want to support our community’s resilience – you are welcome here.

We are always finding ways for helping hands to stay busy. If you want to get involved with Building Roots, you can follow us on social media to find opportunities.

If you have any questions about the new pick-up process, you can talk to us in person at the Saturday market.

We’ll see you soon. We’ll be there.

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