3:00pm - 6:00pm Sonoma Veterans Building
126 1st St W, Sonoma , CA 95476
Sonoma’s Tuesday Night Market on the plaza will be temporarily replaced with a weekly Farmer and Agricultural – Only Market presented by the City of Sonoma in partnership with the Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce at the Veterans Memorial Building Parking Lot on Tuesdays from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Learn more at www.sonomastuesdaynightmarket.com.
🥕New Health and Safety Measures are in Place for Sonoma’s Tuesday Market. This year, we ask that you please follow these guidelines to keep our market safe & open:
➡️ Stay home if you are sick.
➡️ Designate one shopper per household.
➡️ Make a shopping list to help make your visit to the market as short as possible, and limit interactions with others.
➡️ Park in the Veterans Building Parking lot at 126 First St W.
➡️ Wear your face covering at all times.
➡️ Practice social distancing by maintaining a 6-foot distance from others at all times.
➡️ Sanitize your hands before entering the market. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
➡️ Do not handle produce or products, and food sampling is not allowed. Vendors must bag purchases for the customer.
What Can You Expect
When the Tuesday Market opens on May 5, there will be numerous operating policies to ensure public health and safety during this COVID-19 emergency. Farmers markets are an important means of getting fresh healthy food into the hands of our citizens and a way to support our local agricultural economy
Market attendees will see changes that include its relocation, the limitation to include farmers/agricultural vendors only, and stringent social-distancing measures.
Because of the uncertainty and rapidly changing nature of the COVID-19 crisis, at this time the City has made a commitment to these changes at least through the end of June.
While Market managers regret that the necessary restrictions will exclude artisan and food vendors who will be missing out on important income because of the farmers-only market, this decision was necessary to ensure the protection of public health by limiting the market to essential services only.
And while the community has always gathered for the Market as a fun summer event, it is not yet known when we can return to that tradition.