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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Happy National Hamburger Day!

Today’s news likes tomato, mustard and a slice of raw onion: Financial assistance is available for Omahans who may become homeless, local mask policies are a hodgepodge and holiday weekend weather promises to be unseasonably cool.

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Reed Moore’s Things To Do

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Omaha Farmers Market Guide

Omaha Farmers Market in the Old Market

  • 1011 Jackson St. | Park Omaha (10th & Jackson Garage – top level)
  • Saturdays, May 1 – Oct. 9 | 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

As the original location of Omaha’s Farmers Market, then known as the City Market, nearly 100 years ago, the Old Market served as the site for its reopening after a 30-year hiatus in 1994 as well. This season, the Farmers Market in the Old Market has been shuffled ever so slightly down the street to the Jackson Street parking garage.

Visitors can expect that familiar air of love that blooms during the Omaha springtime and lasts throughout the summer. Buskers will emblazon the walk, and the sense of unity that has become tradition will be on full display. On opening day, this location had approximately 60 vendors open to the public.

The most notable difference will most likely be in sampling. Many vendors will either implement creative ways to give customers a taste of their products or opt against sampling altogether.

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