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Greenville Farms surprised us all and brought corn in last week. They will have plenty this week too, a trailer load picked the morning of the market. Blackberries, blueberries and strawberries should all be available as well. Peaches apricots, nectarines and cherries should be in readily available as well. The new apples are coming in now too. Gravensteins will be the dominant variety. As for vegetables, you should find lettuce, green beans, potatoes, snow peas, summer squash, zucchini and cabbage. Here is the quick list of the farmers and vendors this week: Anton's Bakery - gluten free baked goods Baird Family Orchards - peaches Draper Girls Country Farm - ciders, apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, dried fruit, lamb Fressen Bakery - Austrian/German breads and pastries Graceful Blades - OUT THIS WEEK Greenleaf Farms - Blackberries, sugar snap peas, green beans, yellow wax beans, snow peas, new potatoes, chiogga beets, lettuce Greenville Farm - blueberries, raspberries, marionberries, zucchini, summer squash, green beans, snow peas, eggs, honey, prunes Herr Family Farm - cut flowers Otto and Anita's - Sausage and kraut, dill pickle soup, strudel Posey Patch - annuals, perennials and vegetable starts Savory et Sweet - crepes and salads Stephens Farm - blueberries, raspberries, peaches, lettuce, kale, cabbage, peas, beets, onions, snow peas, tomatoes, apples, figs (maybe), tomatoes Unger Farms - blueberries, strawberries Anton's Bakery started at the market last week. Anton makes a nice variety of tasty baked goods that happen to be gluten free. By popular demand, Baird Family Orchards joins the market this week. They will be bringing in peaches this week but should have nectarines again in the coming weeks. We will also have a blade sharpening service at the market starting this week. Stop by their booths this week and say hello. See you at the market!