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Fresh Flowers, Local Produce

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Fresh cut flowers and potted plants and herbs at Farmhouse Flowers from Brookville MD.

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Dave Dowling of Farmhouse Flowers sets out a large pot of sunflowers.

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Whole Foods had salt from the Himalayas’ available for tasting at the market.

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Jackie Zovko, Michael Kiss and Emick Jourdain of Whole Foods hand out free placemats made from recycled plastic bags at the Market.

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Kristina Bilonick, Executive Director of Ballston-Virginia Square Partnership Julie Martin Mangis and Jon Nardolilli tour the Square during lunch.

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Lilly Castano, owner of Salsas Las Glorias serves up her homemade salsas on chips at the Market

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Fresh roaster coffee from the Hondo Coffee Company in Manassas.

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Taking a break for lunch, Green Peace canvassers Mary Giordano draws a picture on Danielle Kegler.

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The Friday afternoon Market will feature entertainment throughout the season

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Grace’s Pastries table was filled with a variety of freshly baked breads and sweets.

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Tea Company organic tea bags and other beverage options.

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The Ballston Market will be open every Friday from 11 am to 3 pm in Welburn Square through October 17th. The Market will be closed on July 4th.

The Ballston Farmer’s Market opened for the season Friday joining the Arlington Farmers Market at Courthouse, the Clarendon Farmers Market, the Columbia Pike Farmer’s Market and Rosslyn Farmer’s Market. The Ballston Market is open on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through October. It is located at Welburn Square at North Stuart Street and North Taylor Street.