Silverman's Farm eager for start of 2021 season opener Friday

Silverman's Farm in Easton will open its doors for the 2021 season Friday.

News 12 Staff

Mar 25, 2021, 5:15 PM

Updated 1,207 days ago

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Silverman's Farm in Easton will open its doors for the 2021 season Friday.
From baking to stocking the shelves ahead of the start of the 2021 season, Silverman's Farm Owner Irv Silverman says it's going to be a big day.
Starting tomorrow, the market is back in business.
Protective facemasks and social distancing will still be required.
Though many businesses across the state can now operate at full capacity, Silverman says his farm won't make the shift.
"Because it's not a huge store, last year we had fences outside that made rows for people. If we should get that busy, we'll hold people back because we don't want it to get crowded in here," Silverman says.
Silverman says the animal farm will be also back this season.
"I know a lot of kids have been looking forward to it. We have people pulling up all winter long coming to look at the animals from outside," he says.
As Silverman and his team get everything squared away, a much more hopeful vibe is in the air than this time last year.
"Our Silverman's crew is so excited to be back and opening up. It's been a very long cold snowy winter, and we're ready to go."
Silverman's Farm in Easton will open its doors for the 2021 season Friday.
From baking to stocking the shelves ahead of the start of the 2021 season, Silverman's Farm Owner Irv Silverman says it's going to be a big day.
Starting tomorrow, the market is back in business.
Protective facemasks and social distancing will still be required.
Though many businesses across the state can now operate at full capacity, Silverman says his farm won't make the shift.
"Because it's not a huge store, last year we had fences outside that made rows for people. If we should get that busy, we'll hold people back because we don't want it to get crowded in here," Silverman says.
Silverman says the animal farm will be also back this season.
"I know a lot of kids have been looking forward to it. We have people pulling up all winter long coming to look at the animals from outside," he says.
As Silverman and his team get everything squared away, a much more hopeful vibe is in the air than this time last year.
"Our Silverman's crew is so excited to be back and opening up. It's been a very long cold snowy winter, and we're ready to go."
The market and animal farm will be open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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