Since 1996, Over the past few years the market has expanded to include more than sixty vendors. With this influx of new vendors, the Y has been able to expand the market offerings. On a typical Saturday you’ll find everything you need to prepare your weekend and weekly meals including vegetables, fruits, cheese, eggs, pork, beef and chicken, oils, herbs, honey, spices, dried cherries, salsas, pickles, peppers, olives and humus, breads, scones, cakes, cookies and pastries, natural soft drinks, coffees and teas. If you’re hungry, on the spot you’ll find crepes, sandwiches, donuts, pop corn, cookies, scones, smoothies, lemonade and frozen goodies. Decorate your dinner table or home with fresh cut flowers or potted orchids. If you’re in the mood to shop for yourself or for gifts for others there are a variety of craft vendors who sell jewelry, night lights, bird houses, garden ornaments, children’s books, children’s clothing, handbags, soaps and lotions, framed art, glass art, kitchen art, baskets, gift baskets, wooden bowls, and dog treats.