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Large crowd enjoys Saturday Farmer’s Market produce … staying 6 feet apart

The Broadway Street Farmer’s Market drew a large crowd looking for fresh produce and a chance to get outside.

Long lines of people standing six-feet apart formed behind the various vendors of fresh produce and other farm-fresh items.

Other vendors sold homemade masks, handcrafted bowls and other items while observing social distancing guidelines and other safety measures.

Images from Saturday morning’s farmer’s market on Broadway Street.

 

Farmer’s market customers wait in line observing social distancing guidelines.

 

 

Cathy Dennis from 5D Natural Farm in Raymond sells tomatoes wearing gloves and a bandana for a mask.

 

Amy West from Westdome Nursery in St. Francisville adds a bag of butter lettuce to her produce stand.

 

A sign asking customers to practice social distancing.

Steve and Kim King look at the jellies, jams and preserves for sale at the market.

 

Betty Jo Krouse waits on a park bench along Broadway Street.

 

Eddie Burkes helps customers with milk and produce orders.

 

A sign at 5D Natural Farm stand.

 

Gail Guido, left, sells masks at the farmer’s market.