Join us every Saturday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm to enjoy live music from local musicians! Enjoy our fun, family-friendly music while you stroll our Market featuring locally grown, fresh foods. Every week we will provide a free concert to market patrons featuring a rotating cast of local musicians. This allows local musicians to promote their music through a worthwhile venue and reach a diverse and captive audience. Our concerts create a vibrant community space that celebrates the culture of NE Ohio. Our markets function as a gathering place for family farms, food purveyors, small businesses, artists, musicians, and makers to showcase the best of Northeast Ohio. Discover the incredible variety of Northeast Ohio’s farm-fresh produce and food products. Meet the farmers who grow the produce, smell the fresh cut flowers, discover the handmade goods of local makers, and learn about the taste and health benefits of fresh; locally-grown seasonal produce. At this time the markets will not look like they normally do. We love that our customers consider the market a community, but for the safety of our staff, farms, and you the customer, please adhere to the following guidelines: For the safety of you and our farms, we will be limiting the number of people in the market space at one time Please be courteous of other customers and vendors and maintain a six-foot distance If possible, designate one family member as your shopper Masks are now mandatory in the State of Ohio and at ALL of our farmers markets Tell the vendor what you want and they will bag for you, please do not touch the product Customers should wash produce before consumption Wash hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds Remain home if you are sick, even with mild illness Visit northunionfarmersmarket.org for Senior/Immune Compromised shopping hours at each market. SNAP Customers, during this uncertain time your Produce Perks match will be up to $25. We thank you for working with us.
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