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Saturday, June 4, 2011

More Scenes from Opening Day at North City Farmers’ Market

After the “big chill” put a damper on the Home Grown Festival & House Tour in May, we agreed to not complain about warm and sunny weather.  Today we had more than our share of warm and sunny with the heat index into the upper 90s, but we’re grateful that we didn’t get rained out on the first day of the 2011 North City Farmers’ Market season.

Our post from earlier this morning provided a few glimpses of the market just after start-up.  Now, we’re happy to share some additional photos from throughout the day.

The Ragged Blade Band provided a wonderful mix of blues, jazz, bluegrass, and other tunes to contribute to the cool atmosphere.

Come back next week - and we promise we’ll get the weather straightened out for a comfortable and pleasant stroll through the market.  The North City Farmers’ Market will continue every Saturday through Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. until noon at Crown Square in the heart of Old North Saint Louis.

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