Estacada Farmers Market delays opening day
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Estacada Farmers Market will open a bit later than usual.
"Due to outdoor market regulations, social distancing laws declared by our Governor, and for the overall safety of our community, we have made a hard decision to postpone our opening day to Saturday, June 6," market leaders wrote in a Facebook post. "We will continue to monitor the situation and (take) it day-by-day for now."
Typically, the Estacada Farmers Market runs Saturdays from May through September. Vendors offer their wares on the lawn outside of Wade Creek Vintage Marketplace, which is closed because of the pandemic.
"In the meantime, we will be supporting all you farmers and makers in any way we can," the announcement said.
For additional updates, follow the Estacada Farmers Market on Facebook.
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