The Farmers Market at the Crossroads in Dayton is back, effective this Saturday. The City of Dayton announces that the Farmers’ Market will return to THE CROSSROADS Plaza this Saturday, September 12. The event will be held from 8 am until noon. Events at THE CROSSROADS had been another victim of the pandemic. Now the Farmers Market is reinstated with a safety plan in place to limit the opportunity for exposure. Patrons, vendors, and staff will be required to wear masks while at the event and social distancing is strongly encouraged. For newcomers, the Crossroads is a delightful new plaza for outdoor public events on US 90 next door to the Jack in the Box. Dayton Assistant City manager Kimberly Judge said the Farmers’ Market is back, just in time for all the wonderful locally sourced produce and holiday craft items. She added there are some great vendors anxious to get back out there. Ms. Judge said they believe it can be done safely as long as everyone takes the proper precautions. Free parking is available in the City Hall parking lot and curbside along Cook St. and Church St north of the plaza. For more information, or to sign up to be a vendor, call Dayton City Hall during normal business hours at 936-258-2642 ext 1128. Again, Farmers Market is back at the Crossroads effective this Saturday from 8 until noon and everyone is invited.