CLEVELAND, Ohio – North Union Farmers Market is starting back up again today – April 3 – in Crocker Park in Westlake and Shaker Square in Cleveland.
Crocker Park is scheduled to host the market 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shaker Square’s market runs 8 a.m. to noon. Both outdoor markets are slated to run on Saturdays through Dec. 18.
Crocker Park’s market is presented by Julie Billiart School Westlake. The non-profit market has been around since 1995, according to a Crocker Park representative. It features fresh produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, coffee and more. The market will be located through West Park, between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Health and safety protocols remain in place. Wear a mask and do not bring reusable bags. Shoppers should designate one person from their family to buy items by telling the vendors what is wanted; they will bag.
For details on the market, farmers and recipes, go to northunionfarmersmarket.org.
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