Farmers’ Market returns to normal walk-through service next week

Loveland Local News

LOVELAND, Ohio — The Loveland Farmers’ Market has moved temporarily to the parking lot adjacent to the bike trail near Nisbet Park.

Joe Wessels/Loveland Local News Donald Woody Woodruff works to set up a temporary farmers market location near Nisbet Park.

Market Director Donald “Woody” Woodruff said the move was made last minute because of flooding in the Linda Cox parking lot, where the market normally takes place. He said he contacted the city manager David Kennedy to get permission.

PHOTOS: See photos from Loveland and nearby areas Little Miami River flooding.

This weeks market is pre-order only. Woodruff said this is the last week it will be that way. Next week the market anticipates returning to the Linda Cox parking lot and having regular walk-through service. He said pre-order service will continue for those who would prefer to do it that way.

Joe Wessels/Loveland Local News Donald “Woody”Woodruff helps direct a vendor into a parking spot in the temporary farmers’ market location near Nisbet Park.

Last Updated on June 18, 2020 by Joe Wessels

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