Saturday, June 27, 2009
Despite the high temps and humidity, the sights, smells and sounds brought a good number of people in for the 2nd week of the Farmers Market on Historic North First Street.
There was a blues, rock & jazz guitarist (Aaron Sanders) who greeted people when they entered the market. The smell of barbequed rib tips, chicken and polish sausage lured hungry patrons from blocks away. And the beautiful blueberries, peaches and tomatoes delighted the eyes once patrons strolled among the vendor booths. To say the least, all the senses were satisfied.
Posted by Farmers Market on Historic N 1st St at 10:51 AM