The Bellingham Saturday Farmers’ Market is set to reopen on April 11, but there will be a few changes in place. One big difference will be the amount of space shoppers will find.
The amount of vendors will be restricted to allow plenty of space for social distancing. There will be produce and staples like bread, meat, and cheese.
However, entertainment, music, and eating areas have been suspended for the time being.
Handling of the produce and other products will be restricted and shoppers will find numerous hand washing stations distributed around the grounds. There will be limited entry and exit points.
Make sure to stay safe if you attend, and support this Bellingham tradition.