Farmers markets have long been “town square” like places to gather and build community. However, this season we are asking visitors to shop solo. Sending one person per household will help us manage a safe space as we get into the busy and bountiful summer months. We must follow 6′ distancing requirements in order to remain open this season.
Remember to be mindful of your space around others and follow the market’s traffic signs and vendors’ chalked waiting areas when lines form.
If you are unable to shop alone, a second shopper may wait at our entrance to help carry items or pairs may separate to pick up items from multiple vendors more efficiently. Market shoppers are also utilizing baskets, backpacks, 2-wheel shopping carts and wagons for their groceries, and we applaud them in the gallery below!
Thanks for shopping solo 👏👏
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Thank you for choosing not to linger, socialize and shop with groups of friends. We all have a critical role to play in preventing the spread of COVID-19, and we appreciate your efforts.