This past weekend Gerard's Farm held a liquidation sale.
"Come on in, we'd love to see you. Our cases are full of frozen foods," wrote Cindy Coutsonikas on the Framingham message board Frambors. "Right now, Gerard's Farm is just liquidating their frozen products. What the future holds is still undetermined and unknown. We are taking one weekend at a time. Thank you all for your business and understanding though these difficult decisions."
Gerard's Farm has been around since the early 1930s, when Raymond and Clara Gerard opened on Water Street. Later, the couple's grandson Michael ran the popular establishment known for its turkeys and lunchtime specials.
In November 2010, just after Thanksgiving Gerard's Farm closed.
This summer, after a year and half closed it re-opened. Families flocked to the ice cream and lunch and dinner specials.
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