With approval from King County Public Health, the Auburn Farmers Market will be open Sunday, June 6, with farm fresh produce, fresh cut flowers, meat, cheese, honey, coffee beans, handmade masks, soap vendors, prepared food to go, and more.
The market will continue at Les Gove Park, 1140 Auburn Way S., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday through Sept. 19.
In accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines, all staff, vendors and volunteers will be required to self-screen with a set list of health questions before they enter the market. Foot traffic will be directed one way and masks will be encouraged, but not required, among visitors.
Customers are encouraged to plan ahead and bring a shopping list for the market. A list of vendors and products that will be at the market on Sunday, June 6, can be found at the city’s website at auburnwa.gov.
The market will continue to accept EBT and will be matching those EBT funds with SNAP Market Match. The EBT booth will be near the entrance of the market for customers using EBT to get their tokens and then shop.