The city’s Farmers Market got off to a slow start May 4 as a few vendors came out to celebrate the abundance of summer.
One of those vendors was Claudia Williams with Skin Care Dreams, whose message for customers was “Your skin deserves to feel beautiful.”
Curtis and Heidi Holman’s booth featured organic gardening and fused glass art while Jeannette Noble offered all natural dog treats.
“Treat pets the right way, feed all natural and wholesome products,” Noble said.
Things & Such by Cindy Brasier and Amanda Anderson were in attendance with everything from car decals to T-shirts.
Crystal Hampton of Market Bags displayed her original creations, and Leona Love was on scene with products that promoted rebirth and renewal of face, neck and hands.
Kimberly Cramer, the “Roaming Yogi,” was available to assist in getting the body moving.
With the summer not yet in play, many fruits and vegetables were not available; however, the air was full of promise for upcoming markets, which are scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m. every Thursday at City Park until October.