The season for fresh fruits and vegetables has arrived and you cannot get much fresher than straight from local farmers.
The Germantown Farmers’ Market returns to C.O. Franklin Park, 7725 Poplar Pike on June 11, from 4 to 7 p.m.
The Farmers’ Market will run every Thursday through August 29. Local vendors will be selling fresh fruits, vegetables and other quality locally produced goods.
Germantown’s Farm Park Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market, so you are assured that your vendors and their partners are directly involved in growing or making the product.
“Our farmers market is traditionally all about interacting and visiting with our community, but first and foremost we are a food resource. To that end, the market will implement some safety precautions for this season. The team at the Farm Park has worked diligently with the farmers and vendors to ensure a safe and successful market experience this summer,” said Pam Beasley, Germantown Parks and Recreation Director.
We will encourage our customers to take these simple steps to help keep everyone safe and healthy:
Please try to make your visit as short as possible, to allow for more customers to come into the market, and keep the human contact low.
Please practice socially spacing by keeping a distance of 6+ feet from other customers and vendors.
Wearing a mask is encouraged.
Bringing your own shopping bags is recommended.
All non-essential activities have been canceled until further notice (hopefully, we can progressively start back later this summer).This includes our kids activities, live music, and cooking/gardening demonstrations.
Public seating areas will not be available.
Vendor spacing will be increased.
And, YES, we will have plenty of hand sanitizer for you and our vendors!
These might be unprecedented times, but fresh and healthy food is ripe for the pickin’ at the Farm Park Farmer’s Market. Come get your harvest! Your family will thank you.
Also remember this — being outside, active and getting a good dose of fresh air every day is important. Still just a short walk to or from the Bobby Lanier Farm Park, patrons are encouraged to explore the trails that connect the parks that collectively form the largest green space in Germantown.
Featured parks include, but are not limited to C.O. Franklin, the Bobby Lanier Farm Park, Morgan Woods Park and Oaklawn Garden.
DUE TO COVID-19, the market has made some adjustments to our usual operating procedures. Your patience and help are needed during this time to keep the market a safe place for all.
Customers should not walk between vendor tents.
The market will close off some parking spaces at this time in order to spread the vendors out. There will be one parking space between each vendor.
The space will be “roped off” to ensure social distancing.
Vendors must wear masks.
Vendors will be spaced at least 8 feet from each other with signs showing where to form a line and what direction the line will go. (look for chalk markings on the ground for line direction) Avoid walking through lines if possible. NOTE: Vendor locations may change weekly.
Shoppers are encouraged to wear masks. Only one family member should attend the market – the market is not considered a social event at this time.
Please keep your children safe at home if you can.
Social Distancing is a must – please keep at least 6 feet from other shoppers; this includes while in line.
Your patience is appreciated if you have to wait in line at some vendor booths. To better serve you, we ask that you have your shopping list and payment ready when it is your turn. While we love to chat with you, we ask that you limit your conversations at this time to your purchases to keep the line moving.
Please read all signage at the market to better assist with you while shopping.
Please respect each other’s space. Please, do not be offended if you are asked to back up or move to a safer distance – we want to keep everyone safe and continue to have the best market we can at this time.
• The crops are ready and Farmers’ Markets are beginning to open up around the county.
Collierville’s market opened on May 28 and will remain open from 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday in the rear parking lot at Collierville United Methodist Church.
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