Might Day brings Cherries, Apricots and Strawberries!

Might Day brings Cherries, Apricots and Strawberries!

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Pleased May to you all day!

It’s exciting that people are able to check out our parks that are local. I am hoping you’re all in a position to get down find some much needed air that is fresh. Merely a reminder we have come into contact with contaminants or touching points that we are still obligated to have our markets maintain low numbers in the aisles, keep up our best social distancing practices, wear masks and wash our hands whenever. When you are in a line in the market please bear in mind regarding the aisle and make your best effort to go the line from the aisle whenever you can. Together we are able to beat COVID-19 and keep our farmers’ market available for our community.

Be healthy and safe!

Please try not to touch some of the produce asian dating or meals products, the vendors will are certain to get your products for your needs, many thanks! This is really a practice that is common European countries well before the herpes virus, i believe I will be capable of getting the hang from it.

Santa Rosa Farmers’ Marketat the Veterans Building is Open round, Rain or Shine Saturdays 8:30am to 1pm and Wednesdays 9am to 1:30pm at Farmers Lane Plaza year. Both areas are going to be positioned at Farmers Lane Plaza until further notice.

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