The Jardin Éducatif du Pontiac opens to customers
Article published on 18 July 2020
last modification on 17 July 2020
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The Jardin Éducatif du Pontiac in Litchfield opened its annual sale of vegetables this week. The director general of the garden, Martin Riopel, explained how the kiosk is scheduled to be open this season in accordance with the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Due to COVID-19, certain measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of the personnel, as well as that of customer.

Martin Riopel explains:

On Thursday, July 16, Martin riopel explained that the opening was a “great success”, according to the employees on site: everything was sold and therefore the site had to close earlier than expected, at 3:30 pm rather than 5 pm. The next sale is scheduled for Saturday morning, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Martin Riopel gave an overview of the products that will be available in the coming weeks.

The full interview with Martin Riopel is available in both French and in English.

Remember that the Jardin Éducatif du Pontiac’s kiosk will be open Thursdays from noon to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Customers are requested to park on site, but to stay in their vehicle while waiting for an employee to serve them. Other information is available via the garden’s Facebook page or by calling 819-648-5402.

Note the Jardin Éducatif is located at 1595 Hwy 148 in Litchfield.

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