I've been to lots of farmers' markets, and this is by far the best. It's just the right size -- not so big you get overwhelmed, not so small you can't find what you're looking for. The farmers are not only friendly but also interested in educating the public, and most offer both samples and information. The Wednesday afternoon market is about half the size, but it's still big enough that I can always find what I need. The Saturday market is open year-round. In addition to the "usual" farmers' market items, you can often find local wines, handmade baskets (really they're works of art), woodworking, "yard art" (far too pedestrian a title for it -- sculptures etc made of everything from rebar to spark plugs). There's a hot dog cart, coffee and/or tea, freshly made lemonade, and other "immediate" refreshments. Worth the trip if you're outside the immediate area; imperative if you live anywhere close.
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