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Sept. 26: get a taste of fall at the Saturday Farmers Market

Photo by Lisa Carolin. Get your fall decor at the Saturday Farmers Market.

By Lisa Carolin

Autumn has arrived and that means a wonderful selection of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables at the Chelsea Farmers Market.

The Saturday market is located at Palmer Commons and runs from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

You’ll find a wide variety of freshly picked apples at this week’s market along with raspberries, pears, and plums.

Pie pumpkins will be for sale along with gourds, squash, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, onions and more.

There will be a variety of baked goods along with cheese, meat, and honey.

Artisans will be selling pottery, jewelry, birdhouses, and more.

You also have the choice to order online as long as you do so by 6 p.m. on Thursday at the website https://openfoodnetwork.net/chelsea-farmers-market/shop.

When you pick up your order, you will be directed to the parking area and asked to stay in your vehicle and display a sign with your name on it. Market volunteers will wear masks and observe proper social distancing while delivering orders and collecting payments from customers, which must be made with exact cash, credit care, or SNAP/DUFB.

At the on-site market, everyone who enters the market must now wear a mask, and there are masks available for those who don’t have one. Vendors, volunteers, and market staff are also required to wear a mask.

Market Manager Emily Griswold asks anyone with any sign of illness to please stay home.

  • Everyone is asked to practice social distancing of 6-10 feet and not to linger.
  • Shoppers will be asked to follow one-way pedestrian traffic signs using one entrance and one exit. There will also be hand washing stations.
  • Shoppers are asked not to touch or sample products, and vendors will choose and bag items.

Anyone with questions is encouraged to go to the market’s website: https://chelseafarmersmkt.org or to check for updates on social media.

Photo by Lisa Carolin. You’ll find lots of fall cut flowers at the Saturday Farmers Market.
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