The City of Pickering says the farmers’ market will return on July 14.
The Market began its season in a virtual format, but will goes back to its outdoor setup in the Esplanade South parking lot.
It will run every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The City says they are taking all public health measures to mitigate risks to the public, vendors, and staff.
They strongly encourages guests to wear non-medical masks or face coverings and respect physical distancing.
While cash will still be accepted, shoppers are encouraged to pay with tap using debit or credit.
Many vendors are also set up to accept online orders and payment in advance so shoppers can simply pick up their product on site.
“While we are excited to reopen our popular Farmers’ Market and support local businesses, we must remember that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over,” said Deputy Mayor Kevin Ashe. “Collectively, we have worked so hard to stay safe, and protect ourselves and others, and we must remain vigilant and act responsibly.”