Indianapolis farmers markets are gearing up for the start of another summer season, but opening days will look much different from years past. The summer markets will be implementing new procedures to help protect vendors and customers from the spread of coronavirus.
Shoppers are being asked to wear masks and preorder from vendors, if possible. There will also be no dogs, eating or drinking allowed on-site and, of course, plenty of social distancing. Read on to see the markets that are opening this weekend, so you are prepared to shop safely.
Location: The Broad Ripple Farmers Market has moved to a new location at 6147 Rural Avenue, behind the Target in Glendale
Date & Time: Saturdays from 8 am-noon, May-September (8-8:30 am: Reserved for 65+ & immuno-compromised
& 8:30-12: Open to all)
Location: Garfield Park, 2505 Conservatory Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46203
Date & Time: Every Saturday, 9 am – 12:30 pm, May through October
Location: The Carmel Farmers Market has moved to Carter Green (formerly Center Green) in front of the Palladium
Date & Time: Every Saturday from 9 am-noon
Location: The Fishers Ripple Farmers Market has entirely online. Order here: fishersfarmersmarket.localfoodmarketplace.com
Date & Time: Saturdays from 8 am-noon, May-September
Location: Outside the City Market on Market Street, between Delaware and Alabama Streets.
Date & Time: Wednesdays from 9:30 am-1:30 pm