Photos by Larry Caruso

In these days of quarantine and social distancing, there is precious little to do, so the weekly Wyandotte Farmers Market, which also features a few arts and crafts, is a nice diversion.

Enjoy lots of produce, flowers, plants, eggs, cheese, honey, jam, butter, pasta, snacks, scratch-made baked goods, upscale handmade, vintage and more. Plus, food trucks, live music and sweet treats!

Don’t forget to sign your littles up for the Power of Produce program with the Eastern Market. Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital sponsors this amazing program, which gives children a chance to eat healthy and explore new fruits and veggies. Tokens, which are used to buy produce, are given to children ages 4-13. They are given three tokens per week, and can be saved up over time or used every Thursday. Make sure to visit the Eastern Market booth at Market to learn more and sign up!

The Wyandotte Farmers Market follows all CDC guidelines and social distancing recommendations. Please wear your mask when entering the Farmers Market, for they are now mandatory in outdoor crowded areas. You will be asked to put your mask on if you enter the Market without one. Please use one of the multiple hand sanitizer stations throughout the Market – and thank you for doing your part to keep this a safe event for our community!

The market is held at the corner of Sycamore and First Street from 2 – 7 p.m. every Thursday through October.

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