St. Pete Saturday Morning Market will remain in Williams Park through October

St. Pete Saturday Morning Market will remain in Williams Park through October

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The St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market is one of the most popular and longest standing events in the Sunshine City. Ordinarily the market attracts thousands of visitors across the state as folks shop for organic produce, delicious baked goods, handmade jewelry, and so much more. Amid the pandemic, the Saturday Morning Market transitioned into a Drive-Thru Market at Al Lang Stadium. A few months later the market returned to Williams Park. The market features a designated entrance and exit, in addition to a limited number of vendors to ensure maximum social distancing in the park.

“We are working on a proposal to the City to begin our regular season – which would normally begin in early October. As the customer turnout at our regular Market is high, we are crafting strong practices to safely reopen at Al Lang with in-person shopping,” Market organizers wrote in a Facebook post.

They confirmed the Market would remain in Williams Park through at least October 31. Yea, I may do all of my trick-or-treating at the market.

For now you can shop and support local at the Williams Park Market (301 1st Avenue North) from 9am-1pm every Saturday through October 31.

You can also order for contactless pick up at the Al Lang Stadium Parking lot on the St. Pete Online Farmers Market website. Pick up is available from 9am-11am each Saturday. Orders must be placed in advance between Sunday and Thursday ahead of the market.

Keep up with all the local market news by following St. Pete Saturday Morning Market on Facebook.


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