Adairsville Farmer’s Market takes root June 6

By MARIE NESMITH
Posted 5/13/20

Sharing the seasonal staple is a “great place to get fresh produce and other homemade goods,” Bethany Brady is encouraging area residents to attend this year’s Adairsville Farmer’s …

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Adairsville Farmer’s Market takes root June 6

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Sharing the seasonal staple is a “great place to get fresh produce and other homemade goods,” Bethany Brady is encouraging area residents to attend this year’s Adairsville Farmer’s Market.

Starting June 6, the north Bartow offering will occur each Saturday through Aug. 29 from 8 a.m. to noon in the Downtown Public Square’s lower parking lot.

“We are excited about the annual Adairsville Farmer’s Market taking place, the majority of last year's vendors have confirmed again for this year,” said Brady, marketing and event coordinator for the city of Adairsville. “… We will be spacing out vendors 6 feet apart to do our part in the social distancing efforts.

“We do encourage attendees to wear a mask and recommend gloves for transactions. The downtown square is large enough to accommodate this outdoor event.”

Like last year, the market will be presented by the city of Adairsville.

“The city handles coordinating the vendors, advertisements, days, times and setup,” Brady said. “Our local farmers rely on these Saturday markets to help with the sale of their produce and homemade goods.

“This is another opportunity for our community to continue to support our local farmers as our community has done an incredible job supporting local restaurants and businesses during this difficult time.”

Further details about the Adairsville Farmer’s Market can be obtained by following the event on Instagram @cityofadairsville and Facebook @cityofadairsville306.

“The city of Adairsville has been and will continue to follow the guidance being provided at the state and federal levels,” Adairsville City Manager Pam Madison said. “We have adjusted operations to be in compliance with the recommendations from both.

“While other events have been canceled or postponed, we believe this outdoor event will be beneficial to our community as we start transitioning back to full operations once the state of emergency is lifted.”