The Fishers Farmers Market ended Sept. 26, but residents will have the opportunity to continue purchasing produce and other items at the fall market.
The fall market will be online only. It launched Oct. 4.
“It’ll look similar to what we did the first couple weeks of the summer market where it was all online for ordering,” Fishers Parks Director Sarah Sandquist said.
Fall market orders will be delivered for a $5 fee. Ordering is from 9 a.m. Sundays to noon Wednesdays. Orders are delivered on Fridays. There is no minimum or maximum order price required.
Sandquist said the option was originally available earlier this year when the market was operated out of Holland Park with the online ordering option.
“We carried (online ordering) through with a physical (summer) market, and we had a pretty decent response,” Sandquist said. “We anticipate there will be an uptick with just an online market. This gives all vendors an opportunity to have products available.”
In previous years, the Fishers Parks and Recreation Dept. operated a winter market out of Holland Park, but vendors were limited due to space. Because the market is solely online, all summer vendors have the option to participate along with new vendors. Typically, an in-person winter market allows for 15 vendors, whereas 55 vendors participate in the summer market.
For more, visit playfishers.com/farmersmarket