Norfolk Farmers Market season begins

Musicians Bill Benson and Deborah Gillespie played at the Farmers Market while Laila Arley, 5, Alison Smart, 6, and Lily Arley, 2, danced. Photo by Amy Steward

NORFOLK — The Norfolk Farmers Market began a new season on Saturday, May 17.

The market will be held in front of Town Hall every Saturday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

At the market on Saturday, May 24, greens, baked goods and jewelry were just a few of the products being sold by more than 20 vendors.

The market started eight years ago and is sponsored by the town.

At the market, Steve Cunningham of Berkshire Bounty Farm in Southfield, Mass., operated a stand selling USDA-certified organic chives, herbs, mixed greens, lettuce, pea shoots and bok choy.

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