The Worthington Farmers Market is extending their winter season by moving indoors.
The well-traveled destination, which features more than 70 vendors at each iteration, is billed as the largest farmers market in Central Ohio.
The market will officially reopen for its indoor winter season on Feb. 5. Its last outdoor session of the year was held on Dec. 18. It will be moving to 7227 N. High St. in Worthington.
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It is officially closed for the month of January as well.
This cold-weather extension means that regular Worthington Farmers Market visitors will be able to take in the longstanding event while keeping warm indoors throughout the months of February and March.
The market will then resume its normal outdoor operations in April.
You can learn more about the Worthington Farmers Market’s COVID-19 policies–which require masks to worn while inside all public places–here.
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