Edmonds Beacon - Your Hometown News Source

Reminder: Mask up for the farmers market

Series: Coronavirus | Story 346

Last updated 5/23/2021 at 12:04pm

Brian Soergel

The Garden Market on opening day in 2021.

Christina Martin, manager of the Edmonds Museum Garden and Summer Markets, reminds residents and visitors that, as required by the State Department of Health, all vendors will be required to wear masks to participate in the market.

"Out of concern for our community, we are maintaining our mask requirements until we receive further guidance from the Department of Health," she said. "Signs will be posted throughout the market reminding customers of the mask mandate and to social distance while shopping."

When possible, shoppers enter by the Information booth located at Fifth Avenue North and Bell Street by the Log Cabin, and exit either at Sixth and Bell or on the other side of Centennial Plaza at Fifth and Bell.

The Garden Market runs every Saturday on Bell Street from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. through June 12.

On June 19, the museum will open its Summer Market when the market will grow to approximately 100 vendors each week. The market's footprint will expand its footprint to Fifth Avenue North between Main and Bell streets.

This week marks the fourth week of the Garden Market, with about 50 vendors to participate.


Reader Comments(0)


Our Family of Publications Includes:

Mill Creek
Beacon Magazine Mukilteo Edition
Beacon Magazine Edmonds Edition
Beacon Magazine Millcreek Edition

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2022