The 2020 Arvada Farmers Market Starts this Sunday in a NEW location!
Head to the Arvada Farmers Market at their NEW location in McIlvoy Park beginning on June 7. With so many events being canceled or postponed, they are so happy that farmers markets are considered essential business to agriculture, helping us to capture some of the “normal” summertime activities in Arvada!
Arvada Farmers Market
Every Sunday, June 7 – September 27
Olde Town Arvada
5750 Upham Street
9:00am – 1:30pm
In addition to all the great vendors you have come to know and love at the market, you will now be able to order all of your favorite market goodies from the comfort of your home, for delivery right to your door, or for pickup at the market. Many of us have taken advantage of online ordering, and this is great way to still support local, and enjoy amazing specialty food in an easy to shop online platform. Whether it’s your favorite fruits and veggies, or the amazing quiches and sweet treats or even treats for your pooch or body care products, the online market has you covered. Get your order by Thursday each week for delivery to your house, or pickup at the market.
Change of Location and Social Distancing
Social distancing has also come to the farmers markets, and to make sure that there is room for all of your favorite local food vendors, and to be able to keep a safe social distance while shopping, the market is moving (for this year only they hope!) two blocks east of its normal location to McIlvoy Park.
In addition to the move, there are also some other specific things to be ready for as required by the health department.
Some of the requirements include:
- Masks or face coverings
- Limits on the number of folks that can shop at a time
- One way shopping
- Request of the vendors and market organizers to use credit cards, or to bring small bills ($1 and $5) to cut down on the amount of change given.
Please follow the Arvada Farmers Market on Facebook here,
to be in the know!
Lastly, please remember:
- All farmers markets are essential
- SNAP and Double Up Food Bucks are accepted at the market
- It is best to leave pets at home this year
- While the market is a community gathering point, for right now, you are asked to shop for your items, and to not congregate or eat at the market.