Not sure what to get your father for Father’s Day? You can’t go wrong with making him a good meal from your favorite farmers market. There will be plenty of ingredients for grilling including sausages, hamburger, summer squash and asparagus. You will also be able to pick up some multi-colored beans with some flowers for the centerpiece. For dessert, you can make a strawberry and rhubarb crisp or a cherry pie.
If you haven’t picked up your plant starts yet, it’s not too late! Whether you want to plant tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, herbs, broccoli, fennel, squash or cucumbers, we’ve got you covered!
For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.
You can now preorder directly from several Woodstock Farmers Market vendors through the WhatsGood app! We accept credit cards, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits (SNAP), and Double Up Food Bucks as payment. Products now available for preorder include garlic, lettuce, plant starts, kombucha, and much more! More vendors are joining the app soon.
If you are interested in preordering, check out our website on how to preorder with your favorite vendors.
Safety Precautions at the Market
We will continue to do everything we can to make our market the safest source of fresh, local food possible, but we need your help to make that happen. In addition to the policy changes that we are implementing, we’re asking the following of our customers:
- Maintain physical distance of at least 6’ between yourself and other shoppers, vendors, and staff
- Hand-washing and hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the market — please use them before & after shopping
- Eating at the market is not permitted — all foods are to-go only
- Consider online ordering from your favorite vendors to limit the amount of time at the market
- Send only one member of your household to shop at the market, if possible
- Come prepared with a list of items to decrease the amount of time spent at the market
- After completing your purchases, please do not linger in the market space
- Wear masks while at the market
- Read signage at market and follow instructions — there will be entrances and exits to booths, and limits to the number of people who can be in a booth at one time
- Please do not come to the Farmers’ Market if you are sick or may have been exposed to COVID-19
Check out our website for a complete list of safety precautions.
Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager