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It doesn't look exactly the same as usual, but the market still drew a crowd at its opening Thursday

PMG PHOTOS: JAIME VALDEZ - Barbara Holden puts a bottle of honey in her bag as she makes her way through the Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.You know it must be fresh when you can smell it through a mask.

In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, Wilsonville residents got a particularly fresh taste of normalcy Thursday, June 18, when the Wilsonville Farmers Market officially opened for the 2020 season.

The market looks different this year, as it's taking place at Town Center Park rather than Sofia Park and masks, hand sanitizer and handwashing stations are in abundance. But every week until mid-September, attendees will be able to enjoy selections from vendors like Parsons Farm (produce), Canby Asparagus Farm, Chop Chop Chicken Sundaes, South Barlow Berries, 3 Guys Grilling (sausages/hot dogs), Big O's Pizza and Koi Fusion (Korean).

Pamplin Media Group was on hand to capture the fun last Thursday. Lucy Contreras, who is the owner of Lucys Tropical Juice, squeezes lemons for the lemonade juices she makes at Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.Hilary Melbourne receives a cup of freshly squeezed lemonade from Lucy Contreras' lemonade booth at Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.Kiera Easterly, 14, left, Ashley Sheirbon, 14, and Zoey Davis, 13, enjoy treats from Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.Steve Thao from Sunrise Family Farm makes a flower bouquet for customers at the Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.Kyle and Andrea Morris make a purchase from Radwan Kali who works at The Hummus Stop booth at Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park. Juan Mendoza Pintor paints a scenic to sell at the Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.'Please Keep Your Distance' signs are posted throughout the Wilsonville Farmers Market at Town Center Park.


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