Last week's market flowed nicely and shoppers did a great job of maintaining social distance - a small price to pay for fresh, locally produced food. It was a chilly, rainy day, but it was heartwarming to watch our masked shoppers walking away with multiple market bags brimming with fruits, veggies, eggs, cheese, meat, bread, baked goods, honey, kombucha, and more.
Tomorrow we're looking forward to warmer temps and even a little sunshine as we gather for the final Winter Market of the season. Our farmers and makers can't wait to see you.
Masks are required, and please, just one shopper per household. Don't forget to wash you reusable market bag, and we hate to say it, but leave your furry friends at home - no pups are permitted in the shopping area. We'll have a sink on site so you can wash your hands before and after entering the market.
These are tough times and we thank you all for your cooperation and support.