MOORHEAD — The seventh annual Moorhead Farmers Market will open Tuesday, June 2, in the parking lot of Ace Hardware, 20 Sixth St. S., Moorhead.
Local growers will bring produce, jams, salsas, handmade items, plants and more for sale from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sept. 29.
The Moorhead Farmers Market is taking the following safety precautions:
All Farmers Market staff will wear face masks during market hours.
Vendors are asked to provide and wear their own masks.
Enter only into Ace Hardware lot via Main Ave.
Exit only via Sixth Street South, across from M&H.
Hand-washing stations and hand sanitizer will be available for customer, vendor and staff use. Shoppers are asked to wash or sanitize their hands when entering the market.
Customers will flow in one direction, please maintain a 6 foot social distance at all times. Please limit the number of family members at the market.
One customer per vendor booth at a time.
Vendors are to provide an extra table between their stands and the customers. Vendors will also package and give all goods to customers. Customers should not touch products.
Overflow parking will be available in the Trinity Lutheran Church north lot, the Rourke Art Gallery and the Moorhead Public Library. Look for the designated overflow parking signs.
SNAP will be accepted at the Moorhead Farmer's Market to allow individuals an opportunity to get fresh local food with their SNAP/EBT card. Spend $1 and get $1 free for SNAP eligible foods up to $10.
Patrons can join the Power of Produce (PoP) Club, which gives children ages 4-12 a $2 token each week (while funding lasts) to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables. Those interested can register onsite or online.
The Moorhead Farmers Market and the Moorhead Parks and Recreation is a member of the Minnesota Farmers Market Association and Minnesota Grown.