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Evansville Farmer's Market starts back up

On Friday, Evansville's downtown Farmer's Market starts back up (WFIE) On Friday, Evansville's downtown Farmer's Market starts back up (WFIE)
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

If you've been waiting for some fresh tomatoes or even some kettle corn, get ready. On Friday, Evansville's downtown Farmer's Market started back up. 

This year, it's in a new location because the city has rezoned the block along 2nd and Sycamore Streets, the Farmer's Market has moved to just south of the Lloyd Expressway, between Fourth and Market Streets.  

Farmer's market president Donna Fickey said they hope to have a permanent home in the next year or two.

They said parking in the new location shouldn't be a problem.  

There were many vendors, food trucks, and entertainment. The farmer's market runs from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.

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