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Opening Day at the Pittsboro Farmers’ Market

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April 3, 2008

Photos by Debbie Roos, Agricultural Extension Agent.

Click here to see a list of Pittsboro Farmers’ Market vendors.

crowd at market

It was cold and rainy but loyal customers still came out for a great opening day!

Andy Zeman

Andy Zeman of Benjamin Vineyards & Winery.

Luc LeTendre and daughter Maddie

Luc LeTendre and daughter Madi sell tomatoes from Sunny Slope Greenhouses.

enjoying the band!

Local bluegrass band The Placeholders
entertain a young fan and provide great tunes to shop by!

Amy Sugg of Bonlee Grown Farm

Amy Sugg of Bonlee Grown Farm with some of her value-added products.

Joan Thompson

Joan Thompson of Poverty Hollow Farm
sells an array of baked goods and jams and jellies.

Sarah and Tabitha Fischer

Tabitha Fischer of Singing Winds Farm (with sister Sarah)
demonstrates how to spin wool from their sheep into yarn.

Vicki and Andrea help kids with planting seeds

Vicki Roberson and Andrea Young help kids plant seeds to take home
and nurture for their own gardens. The Pittsboro Lowe’s Home Improvement
store donated all the materials for this kids’ activity.

bluegrass band

The Placeholders entertain the crowd.

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