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Andersonville Farmers Market Extends Through November, With New Place And Time

The farmers market does not allow onsite sales to enforce social distancing.

Andersonville Farmer Market
Courtesy Andersonville Chamber of Commerce
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ANDERSONVILLE — The Andersonville Farmers Market will continue its run through November, though it will now take place Sundays.

After wrapping up its summer run last week, the farmers market has extended its schedule through Nov. 22, according to the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce.

It will be held 1:30-3:30 p.m. Sundays on Catalpa Avenue between Clark Street and Ashland Avenue. Previously, the market took over Catalpa Avenue on Wednesday afternoons.

To ensure coronavirus-safe practices, the farmers market only accepts pre-orders, and no walk-up sales are allowed. Pre-orders can be placed noon Mondays-11 p.m. Fridays on WhatsGood for Sunday pickup.

The market is continuing its program of matching up to $25 for Link card holders. To sign up for the Link program, click here.

The opening of the Andersonville Farmers Market was delayed at the start of the summer due to the coronavirus outbreak. It opened using the pre-order method, with customers given a window of time for pick-ups to prevent crowding.

The Andersonville Farmers Market began in 2008. Everything at the market is grown or produced within a 200-mile radius of the neighborhood.

Vendors include Downstate Donuts, Green Fire Farm, Hardin’s Family Farm and First Slice Pie Cafe, among others.

For more information on the farmers market, click here.

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