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Greene Street Market will open with some changes

There are changes in the ways customers will be able to buy their merchandise during the pandemic.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The 10th season of the Greene Street Market at Nativity will still be happening, however, due to the corona virus pandemic, the market will look a little different. They will be opening May 7 at 4 p.m.

The Market will have a layout consistent with COVID-19 social distancing recommendations with lots of space between tents. There will be sanitizer and disinfectant wipes available throughout the market and a limited number of customers will be allowed in the market space at one time. For the month of May, only farmers and food vendors will be at the market.

There will be 3 ways to get all that you need from Greene Street:

  • Order online, by phone or by text with each vendor. Pre-order pick up will be on Greene Street or by going through the market yourself.
  • Drive through the “order line” located in the First Presbyterian parking lot. Volunteers will take your orders, your payment and gather what you need.
  • Visit the market as you always have. For safety, they will limit the number of people in the market area at one time.
Orders for Saturday May 2 pick up Please send order by text to 25... 6-797-4236 or by email to greenestreetmarket@gmail.com Pick up is Saturday 11- 2 at the Greene Street Market Store (208 Eustis Ave)...We will bring it to your car.

These are the guidelines they have put in place to make the market safe:

  • Maintain 6 feet between you and others in all lines and throughout the market.
  • Please wear a mask while attending the market. If you do not have a mask, there are some for sale for $5 each
  • The vendors will NOT be offering tastings.
  • Do not touch the products for sale. Let the vendors handle the products. They will bag your purchase and hand it to you.  
  • If possible, please send ONE person from your family to the market to shop.
  • Pets are not allowed, except service animals, at the market during May.
  • Wipes and hand sanitizer will be available at the market.
  • If you drive through to order, please remain in your car and be patient and courteous.
  • There will not be live music at the market and no community seating will be available.
  • Consider using credit/debit cards instead of cash.
  • If you are not feeling well, please stay home.

Since they are encouraging pre-order pick up, this is the list of vendors for May:

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