ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The coronavirus pandemic has caused another community cancellation. The Robbinsville Farmer's Market recently announced that they "have come to a tough decision" to not open for the 2020 season.
The Farmer's Market traditionally is held weekly in the summer on Tuesdays. Most recently, the Market called the Foxmoor shopping plaza home.
In making the announcement, the Robbinsville Recreation Department said the decision comes "due to the enormous challenges caused by COVID-10, and after weighing in all possible options."
They thanked all the vendors for their previous participation and the community's support. Robbinsville Recreation said the look forward to the 2021 Farmer's Market season.
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