Randy Vanscoy and Annika Eelkema with preserves.
Photo by Jerry Fill.
The Old Town Farmers Market was in full swing Saturday, Aug. 11, as it has been each summer and fall for the past over 250 years. Located at 301 King St., visitors will find traditional and unusual vendors offering a range of options including: Wood and clay crafters, farmers selling an abundance of fruit and vegetables, pasta sellers, pork and beef sellers, specialty ham seller, flower mart sellers, farm fresh egg sellers, mushroom seller, plant sellers, fruit and veggie canned preserves, bakery specialists, Amish farmer selling eggs, milk, butter, and painters and photographers, custom clothiers, and entertaining street musicians.
The market is open each Saturday morning until noon.