Opening day for Quincy's Farmers Market is May 1, and if you're wanting to be apart of this season market here's your chance.

Registration is open for the 2021 Quincy Farmer's market. If you're interested in being a part of this season market you need to fill out the registration form, there are a few things you should know. You can either pay for the whole season or pay by to do a single market.

Being a part of the local farmers market gives your the opportunity to sell local, and having an outlet to sell your products and goods to the community. Your products also provide fresh veggies, spices and more to those who may not have access to fresh, starting-from the farm fruits, veggies, and flowers. The Farmer's Market, which is located in Washington Park, is a great place to gather and be in the central part of Downtown Quincy.

Plus, my girls and I love going each week to grab a few things and participate in the free Quincy Medical Group activates that are available while the farmer's market is going on. It really is a family-friendly and fun event to visit each weekend, and there are so many surprises. Each week it changes so what was there the week before, there could be a new product the following weekend. It's a surprise each week, and I love that.

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