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Williamsburg Farmers Market Reopens on April 3

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WILLIAMSBURG-The Williamsburg Farmers Market will return for its new season on April 3.

More than 40 vendors will offer a variety of fresh local products including seasonal produce, meats, seafood, baked goods, honey, cheese, flowers, homemade soaps, and more.

The market will be located in the Francis Street parking lot at the corner of Francis and Henry Street. Free parking is available in the Francis Street parking lot.

The market accepts cash, credit cards, SNAP, and W&M Express.

Williamsburg Farmers Market runs Saturdays from 8 am to noon April through November.  Masks are required to enter the market.

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