WESTFIELD – The Westfield Farmers’ Market is opening July 30 with rules in place for social distancing and a few changes.
Market organizers ask that visitors and participants wear masks, wash their hands, keep their distance and do not bring pets. Customers are asked not to touch products and vendors cannot handle reusable bags. There is no eating at the market until further notice.
The market will continue to open through Oct. 8 on the lawn of the Episcopal Church of the Atonement on Court Street.
Vendors will include some perennial favorites as well as newcomers, including Park Hill Orchards, Pignatare’s Farm, Pitchfork Farm, Sandy Hill Apiary, West Parish Orchard, Ishkabbile Crafts, Meadow Burn Farm, and more.
Jeff Bellefleur will be at the market with his unique chainsaw carvings and demonstrations, and new this year is the Irish Bird ornamental blacksmith.
Relax, Rinse, Repeat will also be back with its homemade products, including hand sanitizer and sanitizer spray.
The Market accepts SNAP for payment. For more information, visit https://www.westfieldfarmersmarket.org/.