Washington Park Farmer’s Online Market starts Friday, June 5th

One of the best things about the Capital Region is the abundance of farmer’s markets. With the current pandemic, farmer’s markets are adapting new ways to still connect the community by supporting local farms and businesses. The Washington Park Farmer’s Market started last summer in Albany, bringing fresh and diverse products for all surrounding neighbors. Next week, the WPFM will begin their online market until they fully open on July 4th. They are currently seeking farm vendors, restaurants, artists, crafters, mom and pop shops, etc for their online market that goes live next week.

Visit their online store: https://washingtonparkfarmersmarket.com/

On their website, you can pick and choose the items you want and pay online starting Friday, June 5th no later than 11 pm. You then can go pick up your items at the market on Saturday June 6th. Each week, you have until 11 pm that Friday to order and pay for items to be picked up on that Saturday. There are designated hours for pick up: Senior Citizen pick-up is from 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Drive Up pick-up is from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm and Walk Up pick-up is from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. Their website has instructions on how and where to pick up your order.

Face masks must be work for walk up pick-up and keep a 10 foot distance when standing in line. If you choose not to follow these rules, no service and no refund. You must pre-order to receive your items. Follow the Washington Park Farmer’s Market on social media, @wpfmalbany and Nippertown for updates.

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