Downtown Appleton Farm Market: What to Know Before You Go

The Downtown Appleton Farm Market makes its long-awaited return this weekend with a few changes. Check out these tips to have a safe and bountiful trip to the market.

How to Do Your Part and Shop Safely

  • Do not bring reusable bags from home.
  • No pets will be allowed into the market.
  • Stay home if you feel sick or if someone in your household is sick.
  • Mask wearing is encouraged, but not required. (Free masks will be provided at the market.)
  • Allow vendors to handle all food items until your transaction is finished.
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What The Market Is Doing to Help Keep You Healthy

  • Hand sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the market.
  • Free face masks will be provided at the information and sponsorship booths.
  • Vendors will be spaced 10 feet apart to encourage social distancing.
  • No samples will be permitted.
  • The Downtown Appleton Farm Market is working closely with the Appleton Health Department to ensure the safest conditions for everyone attending the Market.
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Pre-Purchased, Low-Contact, Pickup Is Being Offered

The Downtown Appleton Farm Market is providing customers with another way to shop this summer. Shop with different vendors during the week and pick up your items at the designated pick-up area on Saturday morning. Follow these steps for a seamless process on Saturdays:

  1. During the week, shop with vendors to select the items you want from Appleton Downtown's online database.
  2. Work with the vendor to purchase and pay in advance for your items to have them reserved for you.
  3. On Saturday mornings (from 9:30 am - 11:30 am) drive or walk through the pickup location behind the City Center on Oneida Street, and pick up your items from staff (who will be masked.)

For a list of vendors offering this service, click here. Happy shopping!

About the Author

Ryan Harvot

Marketing and Visitor Information Specialist
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