Woodstock Farmers' Market COVID-19 Update March 23rd, 2020
The Executive members of the W.A.S Board of Directors have made the difficult decision to close the Woodstock Farmers’ Market until further notice.
To our customers, the long-term ones and the ones we just met over the last 2 weeks, we wish you the best during the uncertainty of the next weeks and months.
We wish to thank our dedicated vendors. Despite the risk to themselves over the last 2 weeks, they showed up to ensure that Woodstock and the surrounding area still had access to the basic food items during this time of uncertainty.
During the market closure, several of our vendors have arranged alternative methods to access their products. The vendors who will be offering alternatives will soon be listed on the Woodstock Farmers’ Market Facebook Page as well as the Instagram account.
We will announce our plans to reopen the market on our social media sites, please check them weekly.
Until we can meet again at the Market, stay safe and stay healthy.
Thank you for your co-operation.
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Circa 1836 Woodstock, Ontario numbers itself among the earliest of Agricultural Societies. It was formed less than fifty years after Ontario’s first Fall Fair was held in Niagara-on-the-Lake. From its inception in 1836, the Woodstock Agricultural Society, has been aligned with key figures and events in local history. And continues to be a Not-For-Profit Organization.
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