SHOW INFORMATION:

WHEN: Wednesday and Saturday – Starting May 13, 2020, 8am-2pm (first hour restrictions)
WHERE: HOLLAND CIVIC CENTER PLACE – Outside Only
COST: FREE
TICKETS: CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

Farmers Market Customer Guidelines (click here)

The Holland Farmers Market in Downtown Holland will open as an essential
business under Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-60 on Wednesday, May 13. The
Market will be open every Wednesday and Saturday from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm for the sale of
food, plants, personal hygiene products and pet supplies. As part of the Market’s response to
the COVID-19 situation, the first hour of each Market day will be reserved for shopping for the
immunocompromised, those ages 60+ and pregnant women.

To protect customers, vendors and staff from the spread of the coronavirus, the Holland
Farmers Market has released a set of COVID-19 Market Customer Guidelines and is
encouraging all customers to review the guidelines carefully before planning a trip to the Market.
The guidelines are currently available to view on the Holland Farmers Market website at
www.hollandfarmersmarket.com and on the Holland Farmers Market Facebook page. A similar
set of COVID-19 Market Vendor Regulations has also been communicated to all Market farmers
and vendors.

When the Market opens on May 13, customers can expect to find root vegetables, early spring
produce (like rhubarb and asparagus) and greenhouse grown produce, along with bread and
other baked goods, honey, maple syrup, peanut butter, bottled juices, cheese, meat, eggs and
much more. Annual and perennial plants and hanging baskets will also be available, though cut
flowers are currently not permitted to be sold.

All vendors will be located outside at the Eight Street Market Place at 150 West 8th Street.
While vendors will be located outside, restroom facilities will be accessible inside the Holland
Civic Center Place. The front desk for the Market will be located in the atrium inside the building
as well. Bridge Cards (SNAP or EBT), Pandemic EBT (P-EBT), Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB),
WIC Project Fresh, Senior Project Fresh and Market Bucks are all still accepted as payment at
the Market. There is currently no limit on how much you may “double up” if using your Bridge
Card or P-EBT card. All vendors accept cash and a number of vendors also accept credit card.
For more information on the Holland Farmers Market and our COVID-19 safety guidelines,
please visit us online at www.hollandfarmersmarket.com, follow us on Facebook and Instagram
or call 616.355.1138 or more information.