COVID-19 brings with it many challenges. At the Market, we are constrained by space. In order to keep everyone healthy through social distancing, booths are spread out. Many of our long-time vendors are not participating right now due to space constraints or other COVID-19 restrictions. We want to keep you up to date on the status of regular vendors and alternates you will not find currently at the market. We will update this list as information becomes available.
Highland Moor, a plant propagation and cut-stem nursery in Midway, Kentucky is offering delivery in Louisville. Visit http://highlandmoor.com/ to learn about their offerings and email firstname.lastname@example.org to order. Kristine McNeil will be happy to assist you. They’ve been long-time vendors at the market and if you need bushes, and shrubs or cut stems, please reach out to them.
Bluegrass Bowls is the business of wood-turner, John Lander, whose parents, Art & Bonnie Lander, are original vendors at the market through their Holy Branch Farm in Bethlehem, KY. Visit https://www.bluegrassbowls.com/ for convenient ordering and shipping options.
Foxhollow Farm is offering CSA subscriptions and their farm store has open hours. Visit their website to learn about their offerings. https://foxhollow.com/
Gallrein Farms, Blueberries of Daviess County, and Gypsy Ridge Farm will be back when more produce is ready and in season. Watch our news for details.
Lexington Pasta will be back later in the season.
We don’t have any information on when foods prepared on site will again be permitted at the Market. Please stay tuned for more information.
Other craft vendors are permitted to operate and we are committed to providing space for returning vendors as soon as we are able.
Broadway Clay, and potter, Les Greeman, are sitting this market year out. If you’d like one of Les’ pieces, please call him at Broadway Clay in Frankfort or visit their online store. https://www.broadwayclay.com/