Customers meandered through a maze of vendor booths lined along North Park Square, stopping to taste and smell the plethora of produce, foods and goods offered by local vendors.
"I really love organic, local foods so we figured we'd come out and see what we could find," Asumaa, 34, said. "I've been here a couple of times but it's been years Nike Air Max Dark Green
"I love Air Max 90 Ice Black the open air concept so I like to support it," Rubalcava said of the farmers market. "I'm from the West Coast so this is very common out there. I'm glad it's taking off here."
Robinson, who calls herself "the goat lady," sells raw goats' milk for pets, farm fresh eggs and whole dressed rabbits. She said this is her family's second year at the market and they plan to stay.
"This is the friendliest, busiest and most professionally run market we have ever attended," Robinson said. "We used to do four or five (markets) a week, but we dropped all of the others . They're really accommodating. That's why we drive so far."
"This is a huge market and it's worth the trip," Belinda Wernau said. "We're having a good day already."
that especially in the summer things are locally grown and we're supporting local businesses that's important."
Wernau, who sells farm raised chicken, pork, turkey and free range eggs, said this year will be her first full season at the market. Her husband, Chris Wernau, drives up with her every Saturday to sell at the Roswell Farmers Market.
Just down the street, Belinda Wernau of Little Red Hen Farms, said she drives more than two hours each week from her farm in Concord just to sell at the Marietta Square Farmers Market.
Customer Sasha Asumaa, of Marietta, said the beautiful weather is what brought her and her husband and their dogs out to the market on Saturday. The local produce also had a hand in the reason for their trip.
"Everybody's thrilled that it opened up a month earlier this year," she said.
Vendor Yvonne Robinson, of Robinson Family Farms and Nyrle Real Goats Dairy, said her family drives more than an hour to Marietta from their farm in McDonough every week because of the market's customers and its atmosphere.
Customers flock to Marietta s first Farmers Market of year Nike Air Max 90 Breathe Pack
Toting a canvas shopping bag, Blejwas, 53, said she planned to buy things such as lettuce, fresh vegetables, cheese and bread Saturday. She said she tries to visit the Farmers Market on a weekly basis when it's open, from April until November.
The weather was perfect and the Marietta Square bustled with shoppers Saturday morning as the Farmers Market opened for business for its ninth year.
"We always shop at the market," Lisa Blejwas, of Acworth, said. "I like the fact Nike Air Max 90 Full Red
Shopper Darla Rubalcava, of Marietta, said she was visiting the farmers market Saturday morning in search of fresh basil and to support the local vendors.
and it's grown so much."
Nike Air Max Dynasty Women's Running Shoes
Nike Air Max 90 Bright Pink
Nike Air Max 90 Womens 2013
Nike Kyrie Irving Shoes
Nike Zoom Unit Pop
Nike Air Max Blue Black And White
Nike Lebron 12 Nsw Lifestyle Price
Nike Air Max Green Blue
Nike Air Max 90 Sneakerboot Infrared
Air Max 90 Liberty Of London
Air Max 90 Superfly On Feet
Nike Vapormax Plum Fog
Nike Air Max 90 Solar Red
Nike Lebron 12 Low Premium University Red
Nike Air Max 90 Triple Navy
TM et © 2005 Metropolitan Filmexport et ses entités affiliées. Tous droits réservés. Propriété de Metropolitan Filmexport. L'utilisation de ce site constitue une acceptation de nos termes & conditions d'utilisation et règles de protection de la vie privée. Les éléments graphiques, audio et textuels sur ce site ne peuvent être vendus, négociés ou distribués.Toute copie, manipulation, publication ou autre transfert de ces éléments, à l'exception de ce qui est expressément stipulé dans les Termes et Conditions d'Utilisation, est strictement interdit.