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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Scenes from Vegtabalooza at North City Farmers’ Market

The following shots capture a little of the spirit and fun of Saturday’s Vegtabalooza at the North City Farmers’ Market.  (Check back to this post later for updated captions of people in the photos)

Fresh veggies from the 13th Street Community Garden

Fresh veggies from the 13th Street Community Garden

Ray Ray and James of City Seeds kept busy with a steady flow of customers

Ray Ray and James of City Seeds kept busy with a steady flow of customers

Contest judges tasting the apple pie entries.

Contest judges tasting the apple pie entries.

Best vegetarian dish winner

Best vegetarian dish winner

Best Tomato winners

Best Tomato winners

Strangest Looking Vegetable winners

Strangest Looking Vegetable winners

Apple Pie Contest winners

Apple Pie Contest winners

Dickherber family with one mighty big pumpkin

Dickherber family with one mighty big pumpkin

The Lettuce Heads performing for the Vegtabalooza crowd

The Lettuce Heads performing for the Vegtabalooza crowd

A good time was had by all.

A good time was had by all.

Although Vegtabalooza is over, the North City Farmers’ Market continues EVERY Saturday morning through the last Saturday in October.  Come back next week for more farm-fresh food, children’s activities, live entertainment, and cool people.

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