• Belfast Farmers’ Market has moved to its outside location at Waterfall Arts and will be open Fridays, 9 a.m to 1 p.m. “With public health as a top priority during the COVID-19 outbreak, the market has transitioned away from a social gathering hub to a place to efficiently pick up necessities from local producers.” Visit BelfastFar-mersMarket.org for details.
  • Free Community Take-Out Supper at Belfast United Methodist Church, 23 Mill Lane, will be offered Saturday, April 4, with pick-up from 4 and 6 p.m. The menu features penne pasta, coleslaw and dessert. See p. 12 of this issue for how/when to place order.
  • The Game Loft in Belfast is giving free grab-and-go lunches to all school-aged children, regardless of Game Loft membership, from noon to 2 p.m. seven days a week at 78A Main Street, above All About Games, through the green door.
  • Central Lincoln County YMCA, Damariscotta, offers meals to children up to age 18 from Healthy Lincoln County every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to noon, while school is closed, for pick-up in the CLC YMCA parking lot.
  • Tinyurl.com/rockland-resources lists multiple locations where free meals are available in the Rockland area.
  • Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine offers extensive information for food-insecure Mainers during the COVID-19 crisis. Visit GSFB.org/mainecovid/ for details.
  • And Don’t Forget that Suit Up Maine is asking shoppers to think before buying items with an orange WIC label next to the price. According to a tweet from @SuitUpMaine: “When stocking up for #SocialDistancing, if an item has a WIC symbol beside the price, get something else. People who use WIC to feed their kids can’t switch to another brand or kind of food. If a store runs out of WIC-approved options, they will go home empty-handed. #mepolitics.”