Ruth Ter Avest of Ter Avest Farms gets ready for customers.George & Barb Latchaw Farms had baked good, jam, honey and more available for shoppers.George & Barb Latchaw Farms had baked good, jam, honey and more available for shoppers.Lavender & Thyme had products and sample gift baskets available for new clientele. All the products are made from fresh ingredients and never contain chemical preservatives. Lavender & Thyme had products and sample gift baskets available for new clientele. All the products are made from fresh ingredients and never contain chemical preservatives. Diemer Winter Gardens brought herbs, fruit, vegetables and flowers for customers to peruse. Diemer Winter Gardens brought herbs, fruit, vegetables and flowers for customers to peruse. Diemer Winter Gardens brought herbs, fruit, vegetables and flowers for customers to peruse.

Allegan Farmers' Market kicks off the season

Allegan Farmers' Market saw a rainy start to the season Thursday, May 1. 

Customers braved the cold, wet weather to shop the local produce and other goods.

The farmers’ market will be open Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. May through October in the parking lot on the corner of Water and Cutler Streets.

For more information, contact Vicki Knuckles at (269) 217-8604 or vknuckles@cityofallegan.org.

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