• Cape Abilities Returns to Chatham through Chatham Farmer’s Market

    July 1, 2022
    Cape Abilities Returns to Chatham through Chatham Farmer’s Market
    Chatham, Mass., July 1, 2022 – Cape Abilities, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod, is pleased to return to Chatham through its Cape Abilities Farm stand, running every Tuesday at the Chatham Farmer’s Market this season.  
    Cape Abilities had previously hosted its Farm Market for 11 years at the iconic green house at 193 Main St. in Chatham – a space generously provided by Tina and Hilary Foulkes.
    The Cape Abilities Farm stand offers local and Cape Abilities Farm grown produce – including greens, strawberries, radishes, tomatoes and other vegetables. The stand will also stock hanging plants, as well as goods from other local vendors, including products from Four Town Farm, Crescent Ridge Dairy, and Ward’s Berry Farm.
    “We are excited to be back in Chatham through the Chatham Farmer’s Market,” said Tracey Fraser, Director of Cape Abilities Farm. “Maintaining our connection to this area of the Cape is important to us, and we are thrilled to be seeing many familiar faces at the Farmer’s Market.”
    Patrons can visit the Cape Abilities Farm stand at the Chatham Farmer’s Market at 1652 Main St. every Tuesday from 3pm-6pm.
    Cape Abilities Farm is located at 458 Main St. on Route 6A in Dennis.
    About Cape Abilities
    Founded in 1968, Cape Abilities is a 501 (c) (3) Massachusetts nonprofit organization whose mission is to support individuals with disabilities by educating, counseling, providing residential, social, therapeutic and employment supports so as to empower individuals to achieve meaningful and valued roles in society. The organization serves all of Cape Cod and has program centers in Hyannis and Falmouth, and operates two social enterprises, Cape Abilities Farm in Dennis and Cape Abilities Thrift in West Yarmouth.