Clear Lake's Farmers Market

Saturday marked the first market of the season.

Posted: May 19, 2019 5:44 PM
Updated: May 19, 2019 5:44 PM

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more awareness./// the weather is getting warmer á and that means it's finally farmers market season. today was clear lake's first market of the season at the surf ballroom parking lot. vendors from around the area displayed their products like produce á honey á jams á and baked goods. shaun brown came down to sell his product at the market. this is the second year he's been a vendor. he says while there wasn't too many customers today... likely due to the threat of the weather... he has seen more people come to the market. he thinks it's likely due to the town's other events throughout the season á and because peop"the quality here is secondo none, everything you get here is really fresh. and it makes a difference, the flavor and stuff." the market will be held each saturday morning from 9 to noon
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