Local Farmer’s Market continues on amid pandemic

The Sunday Farmer's Market at College View is here to stay with some changes of course.
Sunday Farmer's Market at College View

 

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The Sunday Farmer’s Market at College View looks a little different this year due to the coronavirus but that isn’t stopping residents from all across town to check out what the market has to offer.

The Farmer’s Market was approved by the Health Department to go on as scheduled this year with some changes of course. Masks are required by all staff and vendors and also recommended to be worn by all customers. The tents are spaced out this year in order to keep people socially distanced and customers are asked to snack off of the property in order to keep people at a minimum.

This year the Farmer’s Market offered curbside pickup for people that did not want to attend but still wanted to be apart of what the market has to offer.

The staff also created a time from 10am-11am for vulnerable people to come before the rest of the public, in order to be extra cautious.

The Farmer’s Market will continue on every Sunday till November outside, weather depending.

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