The Omaha farmers market will happen in 2020.
The market announced yesterday on its Facebook page that it plans to open later than normal this year, in the first week of June, with some changes.
The Market will continue to operate on Saturdays in the Old Market and Sundays in Aksarben Village, and the post notes that “the location in each district may change to accommodate social distancing requirements.”
The markets are following recommendations from the City of Omaha and the Douglas County Health Department as it moves forward, which will include extra safety measures and regulations.
More news is coming soon, but I have to say: I sure am glad to read this. It gives us all something to look forward to.