The emphasis of the market has always been on providing the community with fresh locally grown produce. The market (with six booths at inception) has remained true to its original spirit while expanding to include other venues and activities (with vendors now numbering well into the seventies); it is now a gathering place for the local citizenry. There is a special Children’s Corner where young Kiwanians offer children the artistry of face painting. There is also a non-agricultural section in a separate designated area with vendors dealing in jewelry, clothing, handicrafts, fine-arts photography and other non-farm products. Music is heard weekly, performed by our vibrant and culturally diverse local musicians, with genre diverging from Brazilian and Peruvian to country, jazz and the blues. The market is open Saturday mornings April through November.