NewsLocal News / June 2, 2020

City Market Cancels June 3 Farmers Market Over Protest Concerns

City Market Cancels June 3 Farmers Market Over Protest Concerns

Indianapolis City Market officials have cancelled the Original Farmers’ Market set for June 3, at the recommendation of public safety officials.

They say the decision was made out of an abundance of caution for vendors, customers and market-goers due to the uncertainty of continued planned and unplanned protests on or near Monument Circle. 

Indianapolis City Market officials plan to resume the Original Farmers’ Market on June 10 as originally scheduled on the southeast quadrant of Monument Circle.
 

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