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Prior to the market we will communicate via social media and on our website the shopper behavior expected which includes staying home if feeling ill. There will also be Public Health signage posted at the market entrance reminding shoppers of the expectations.
Each customer will be asked a few quick health-screening questions upon entry into the Market:
Via social media and our website we will encourage customers who fall in any of the CDC’s high risk categories to stay at home. High-risk includes people:
Everyone will be strongly encouraged to wear face masks throughout the duration of the market, unless medically unable.
Our staff will share the responsibility of monitoring space in the market and reminding customers or vendors to adhere to proper distancing requirements.
Our market has always been a NO PET farmer market so that has not changed. Please leave your dogs and other pets at home. Only service animals will be permitted.
We ask that you shop with your eyes only, not your hands. The vendors will grab and package your purchase for you to eliminate public touching.
We are encouraging contactless payments, but cash will be accepted as well, and vendors will be following Health Department guidelines for safely handling bills.
We are allowed 2 shoppers per vendor booth. We’re anticipating 80 individuals shopping the market footprint at any one time. As shoppers exit, we will allow the next shoppers to enter and we do anticipate a waiting line.