The Riverwalk Farmers Market kicked off its season May 1.
Downtown Milford Inc. President Peggy Reilly said she was excited about the opening of the market, which the group organizes. “People look forward to it every year,” she said.
This year, COVID-19 restrictions will be in place based on updated health guidance and regulations.
“The two main points that really affect our particular market is that we’re not required to have a perimeter and we’re not required to navigate one-way traffic,” said Lang Redden, one of the DMI volunteers in charge of the farmers market.
The farmers market will be held weekly on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., as it has in the past. But the season will be extended out to the end of October.