The Northwest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market roared back to life over the weekend.
Hundreds of people turned out to pick up produce, artisan’s wares and took in some live music.
Last year, the market carried on in a COVID-friendly form, but there were about 40% fewer visitors.
That all changed this year as booth space was full and mask requirements were lifted.
The organizer of the 14th annual market said Saturday’s event had all the ingredients to give folks a little something that was missing over the past year.
“All of this mixes into this stew we call community and that community has not been in an unfettered way able to gather and feel a sense of connection and that is happening right now as I’m talking to you and that feels brilliant,” said Cameron Clark, owner of C3 Events.
If you missed the market’s opening, there are plenty of chances to catch that community spirit and pick up some tasty local produce.
The market runs every Saturday from 10 to 2 until Septmeber 18th.