Greenfield Summer Eats

Our FREE Summer Eats Program starts on June 27th!

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This flyer was last updated on 7/1/22. Changes effective as of 7/5:

  • Newton Playground site will close 
  • Green River Park will serve LUNCH ONLY


Girl eating an apple in the parkWhat you need to know this summer:

  • Free breakfast and lunch Monday - Friday
  • Open to ALL kids 18 and under, no registration or I.D. required
  • Kids do not need to be residents of Greenfield or enrolled in GPS
  • 10 sites across the city -- see flyer for site info! (subject to change)
  • Kids must eat on site (no more grab & go)
  • Exciting week​ly raffles, featuring prizes such as gift cards, electronics, scooters, and more!
  • ​​​​​​Community collaborations / activities at sites
  • Farm to summer menu options, including smoothies & parfaits!



Featuring kid-friendly items, local foods, and plenty of fresh fruits and veggies!

  • Local smoothies and parfaits
  • Chicken patties, hot dogs, and burgers
  • Tacos and nachos
  • Pizza
  • Salads
  • Breakfast for lunch
  • Vegetarian options



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