Toddlers Grace Haakenson and Wulfric White, both age 2, examine the Carnation Farmers Market Maypole as their older siblings chase each other around it during opening day festivities, Tuesday, May 2. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Carnation Farmers Market opens for another season of food and fun

The Carnation Farmers Market celebrated opening day with all of the usual market festivities, plus a traditional Maypole dance.

The market operates from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through October, featuring fresh produce, prepared foods, live music and children’s activities every week.

Learn more at http://carnationfarmersmarket.org.

Amirra Edwards, age 8, concentrates on making her flower wreath at the Carnation Farmers Market. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Customers line up for “ridiculously delicious” tamales on opening day of the market. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

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