The city of Richmond will host a farmers market each Saturday in June and July. The Richmond Farmers Market will take place between 8 a.m. and noon in St. Johns United Methodist Church’s parking lot, 501 Jackson St., in Historic Downtown Richmond. In recognition of the safety of sellers and shoppers, the market will offer plenty of room for physical distancing. Vendor offerings will include fresh produce from local growers, artisan goods as well as some prepared foods and an ice cream truck.
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