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Saturday, June 6, 2009

North City Farmers’ Market off to a Good Start

The following scenes from the first hour of the North City Farmers’ Market’s opening day show a lively and cool start to the season.

Set-up volunteer of the day, Ben Sever, up on the ladder putting up the market banner.

Set-up volunteer of the day, Ben Sever, up on the ladder putting up the market banner.

Graham & V pick up some fresh veggies from the City Seeds table.

Graham & V pick up some fresh veggies from the City Seeds table.

Johnnie Owens buys some spices grown in Old North's 13th Street Garden; garden coordinator Veronica Holden handles the sale.

Johnnie Owens buys some herbs grown in Old North's 13th Street Community Garden; Veronica Holden handles the sale.

Chef Euylan Welch prepares "old school brick chicken" for attendees at the market.

Chef Euylan Welch prepares some "old school brick chicken" for the free samples.

The market will go until noon today — so there’s still time to get over here if you’re reading this right now.  If you can’t make it today, come back every Saturday between now and Oct. 31.

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