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Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market

‘Tis the season for shopping and gifting! The Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market, located at the intersection of Brown Avenue and 1st Street, takes on a seasonal spin throughout Scottsdazzle with artisan products, handmade gifts and crafts, fresh produce, and more. This festive farmers market also features activities such as the Letters to Santa station (available Nov 21, Nov 28 and Dec 5) and live holiday music to put a jingle in shoppers’ steps.

Vista del Camino, Scottsdale’s nonprofit community center, will have an information and donation drop-off booth at the market Nov 21, Nov 28 and Dec 5. The Vista del Camino Food Bank provides monthly food boxes and homeless walking bags to Scottsdale residents and persons experiencing homelessness. If you would like to donate items from the Food Bank Wish List please bring those items to the market Nov 21, Nov 28 and Dec 5 and drop them at the Vista del Camino booth. There will also be information available at the booth for the Back to School and Adopt-A-Family seasonal programs.

Saturdays – Nov 21, Nov 28, Dec 5, Dec 12 and Dec 19
8:00 AM – Noon

As we move forward with the reimagined Scottsdazzle event schedule this year, we will be doing everything we can to keep attendees and visitors safe. Under Governor Executive Order 2020-43 (PDF Download), organized public events can occur provided the city approves the event, and adequate safety precautions are implemented, including physical distancing measures. All Scottsdazzle events are proceeding under those guidelines and with a city-approved safety plan that details the numerous safety precautions that will be in place.

Key elements of the safety plan for Scottsdazzle events include:

  • All activity will occur outdoors – no indoor spaces will be used
  • Face coverings are required for all attendees and staff inside the event area
  • High-touch areas will be cleaned throughout and after each event
  • Multiple hand sanitizer stands inside and around event footprint
  • Restrooms and handwashing stations at or near event footprint

In addition to the above safety precautions, if an event is ticketed (not marked as "Free") it will include the following safety elements:

  • Ticket sales are limited; event capacity is reduced
  • Only parties who have registered together will be allowed to sit together; all parties will be separated by 6ft or more from others
  • Contactless check-in to eliminate queuing for entry
  • City of Scottsdale
  • Scottsdale Downtown
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