There is a light at the end oif the tunnel. I received confirmation of this just a few minutes ago. But for now from Magic Valley News,

Boise Farmers Market delays spring opening
IDAHO PRESS Mar 15, 2020
BOISE — The Boise Farmer’s Market has delayed its spring opening.
According to a news release posted Friday afternoon, the city of Boise’s COVID-19 task force requested the market postpone its spring opening.
“We will continue to work closely with the City of Boise, Central District Health Department, and the National Farmers Market Coalition to determine the best way to get fresh, healthy food to our community. We are exploring alternative strategies to ensure access to local food from Boise Farmers Market vendors,” the release said.

I will let you know when it will open as soon as I find out.

Update: 17 March 2020, 1515
Dear Boise Farmers Market Community,
Opening day of the Boise Farmers Market has been postponed, but don’t worry – we are working on a plan to make fresh local food available to our customers. We have lots of ideas and are honing in on the most simple and cost-effective ways to make it happen.

Meadowlark Farms Lamb, Potatoes and Swiss Chard

In the meantime, please support our vendors! Many of them have pop-ups, pick-ups, and delivery options available. To keep you informed, we’ve created a Special Page on our Website that we will keep updated with what our vendors have available and where/when you can find them.

And as always, can also find local produce, protein and products at the Boise Co-op, Lark & Larder, and Roots Zero Waste Market!

Thank you for continuing to support local and we look forward to seeing you at the Farmers Market when we reopen!