Wondering about the Puyallup Farmer’s Market?
Going to the Farmer’s Market in Puyallup is one of our favorite spring and summer traditions, so I’m excited to hear that there will be a trial opening of the market, although it will be at a very different location with very different rules and procedures, and so far, for one day only, though I’m sure they’re hoping for more!
I think this is a great way to support local farmers and growers even though it will feel very different than the market we’re used to.
Do be sure to read all the info, which comes straight from the market fb announcement.
Straight from that post:
BIG NEWS! Please read the entirety of this post.
This Saturday, May 9th, there will be a trial market. In accordance with local regulations and health codes, the market will be allowing no more than 60 vendors to come and sell essential produce and food. On May 9th from 9am to 2pm, the new adjusted market will be at the South Hill Mall (in the Southwest parking lot by the former Sears location).
One Day Only So Far
So far, the market has only been given permission to host ONE event. Stay tuned for more announcements.
Keep it Safe
The most important aspect of this market is the safety and health of all involved. All of us at the market are asking you wonderful people to come and shop but keep social distancing and community health as a priority on Saturday.
Customers will be asked to limit their time at the market. We cannot have large crowds at this market so please come in, do your shopping, and allow others to come after. It is our intention to keep you updated on our social media channels throughout the run of the day so that you can see the best times to arrive. You will want to come and shop as individuals and not as families. We will have new safety measures in place and strict social distancing tools to ensure everyone’s health and safety. We really want to be able to continue our market through the year so we need your help in adhering to these new regulations.
Also please be sure to wear a mask or something that covers your nose and mouth when you attend the market.￼ We truly appreciate your help and support.
Note from SFM: As always, I remind you that I am not in charge of openings or closings. I thank you for using the links provided to confirm details. You will definitely want to be following the Puyallup Farmer’s Market on Fb or their other channels to keep informed.