Customers have been doing a really good job of wearing masks at the market this season. But with the mayor’s new orders, our customers took it to the next level. Face masks were at record levels last week! Now, let’s talk about social distancing.
We have the very good fortune of enough space at our new location to social distance. And we continue to be amazed at how well customers are doing at negotiating the maze of blue arrows and green circles and even continuing the lines beyond the circles we have painted.
However, there are situations where we could all be a bit more careful. Trying to get through a long line in the middle of the market can be a challenge. Please ask people in line to give you a bit of space to walk through. And if you are in line and notice a shopper trying to figure it out, please offer to help!
Expect to see:
- Blueberries, raspberries, sweet corn, peaches, and shishito peppers, along with tomatoes, zucchini, beans, eggplant, and more fresh local food.
- Ready-to-eat foods are now available at the Market, and tables and chairs are set up just outside the entrance. Please clean up when you’re done.
- Heirloom tomatoes, basil bunches, and fresh mozzarella from Tulip Tree Creamery are all at the Market now. Tis the season for Caprese salad plates! They go great with grilled meats, veggies, and summer pastas.
- This peachy salad could be dinner all by itself. Pair it with grilled meats, and you have a meal worthy of a special occasion. Do dressing and bacon ahead and it’s quick & easy too.
Nicey Treat is out this week and next — on vacation.
Remember that four of our vendors (My Dad’s Sweet Corn, Pete’s Peaches, Norman Mullett and Phelp’s Family Farms are CASH ONLY, so if you plan to shop with them, remember to bring cash.
Unfortunately, dogs are still not allowed at the Market under the current health department precautions.