by Stranger EverOut Staff

The Ballard Farmers Market is one of many to offer to online ordering this summer. Make your purchases during the week and pick up your bounty on Sundays!

The Ballard Farmers Market is one of many to offer to online ordering this summer. Make your purchases during the week and pick up your bounty on Sundays! Ballard Farmers Market via Facebook

When COVID-19 forced businesses to close their doors in droves back in March, many local farmers markets went on hiatus, too. Now that restaurants and bars across the state are allowing limited-capacity dining and businesses are learning to operate within physical distancing guidelines, you and your straw basket and/or growing collection of BAGGUs can head to Capitol Hill, Columbia City, and beyond for a fresh supply of produce, flowers, and other goods. To keep shoppers and vendors safe, organizers are asking customers to do the following: Wear a mask, send as few people per household as possible, make a list ahead of time, leave pets at home, order ahead when possible, and stay at least six feet apart from other shoppers. Some markets are even asking shoppers to take a voluntary oath vowing to follow said guidelines, and others are accepting online preorders. With all that in mind, we’ve rounded up every weekly (and biweekly) market in the Seattle area below. Happy shopping!

Locations that offer online preorders are marked with an asterisk (*).

TUESDAYS
*Crossroads
Through Sept 29, 12-6 pm
Shop for berries from Hayton Farms and Our Family Farm, baked goods from Katie the Cookie Bee and the North Bend Bakery, fresh produce from Amador Farms and Martin Family Orchard, and other goods like flowers, meat, and prepackaged foods every Tuesday in Bellevue.

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Source: https://www.thestranger.com/things-to-do/44038927/your-guide-to-seattle-farmers-markets-summer-2020-edition