This weekend Michigan Street shoppers will have vendor options they didn’t have in 2020. The Sturgeon Bay Farm Market will start back up on Saturday and will have a much more normal feel than last year’s limited market. City Administrator Josh VanLieshout called it an indicator of the summer season in his Administrator’s report this week. VanLieshout did point out that while the lifting of restrictions is exciting, the market will still look different than it did in 2019.
There will still be sanitation practices like hand washing stations, but limits on the number of vendors won’t apply anymore. This year craft and prepared food vendors are also back after last year’s market was limited to produce vendors. The first summer market will be held from 8:30 AM to noon.
(Photo courtesy of Travel Wisconsin)