Park Silly Sunday Market June opening remains intact, but date depends on health situation – The Park Record
Parkites by early June will likely be ready for some silliness after the seriousness of the spread of the novel coronavirus ended the ski season early, closed some businesses and greatly altered the services or others and left many people inside for extended periods.
The organizers of the Park Silly Sunday Market, the weekly bazaar on Main Street that draws large crowds for crafts, music and food in the summer and early fall, indicated the event’s opening day, June 7, remains intact.
The Silly Market leadership, though, also acknowledged the planned opening depends on talks with health officials and City Hall that are expected to occur closer to early May.
The Silly Market would be a prohibited gathering under the rules now in place barring crowds. The rules are designed to halt the spread of the sickness. It is not clear when the prohibitions will be lifted, but the Silly Market is readying for the season as if it will open on June. 7.