CASPER, Wyo. — David Street Station announced on Monday, June 22 that “Food for Though Summer Markets” will resume on Tuesday, July 7.
The summer markets offer homehade goods and produce from local vendors and will be held each Tuesday from 5-8 pm through Sept. 1.
“Visitors will enjoy a great selection of local produce, dairy products, baked goods, home décor and more,” Monday’s release states. “David Street Station asks all visitors to follow social distancing guidelines and to not attend if they are having any COVID-19 symptoms. All visitors will be entering from the North West entrance of David Street Station, and a one-way flow of traffic is required.”
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The summer markets are organized by Wyoming Food for Thought and are sponsored by the Wyoming Community Development Authority.
“WCDA is excited to be a part of the Summer Markets again this year. We always look forward to supporting David Street Station and all the wonderful things they do for our community,” said Kassidy Sibrel, WCDA Business Development & Marketing Manager.