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BD Farmers Market opens this weekend, provides list of guidelines, vendors

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BEAVER DAM, Ky. — The Beaver Dam Community Farmers Market will begin its 2020 season this Saturday, May 23. The Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m.-noon. Vendors will be available with produce, meat, baked goods, flowers, crafts, among other items.

At least for the time being, the Farmers Market will be following guidelines provided by health professionals to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Customers are urged to wear face masks and for those who don’t have any, there will be masks for sale at the farmers market, adult masks will be available for $5 and children’s masks will be available for $3.

On its Facebook page, the Farmers Market has posted the guidelines it will follow during the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be one way in and one way out with a one-way flow of traffic. There will be spaces in between vendors and customers are asked to shop with their eyes, not their hands. A route through the vendors will be taped on the floor and the Farmers Market will be taped off around the sides.

Below is a map of how the Farmers Market will be set-up this Saturday.

Farmers Market customers are encouraged to place pre-orders from vendors and pay through Facebook Messenger, if possible. Vendors will also bag your order, to either be picked up at their table or delivered to your car on market days. When purchasing items, try to use cards or small bills to limit having to make change.

Click here for a PDF list of the Farmers Market vendors with all the information you’ll need to pre-order items this Saturday.


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