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Indoor Farmers Market Keeps Going All Winter Long

Saturday was the first indoor farmers market of the year. It takes place once a month inside the Clabber Girl Museum. Around 20 vendor sell everything from fresh produce, to handmade crafts and baked goods.
Just because it's cold outside, doesn't mean you can't enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables.

Saturday was the first indoor farmers market of the year.
   
It takes place once a month inside the Clabber Girl Museum.
   
Around 20 vendor sell everything from fresh produce, to handmade crafts and baked goods.
   
Those who attend say it's a great way to support local growers and businesses all year long.

"We have our winter crops available, with our indoor market, and that's important to always be able to provide local produce as the year goes on, even do the winter months," said Majel Wells, market master.
   
Shopper Shirley Thomas added: "Nice and warm in here and the people are friendly, and of course the food is excellent. I just enjoy coming year, this is my kind of place to shop."   

You can catch the indoor farmers market the first Saturday of every month, at the Clabber Girl Museum.
   
Vendors will be open from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
   
The farmers market will move back outside in June.
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