Sisters Ellen Quinn, left, and Judy Stevenson purchase bread from Carl Covert of Beta Bread at the Pittston Farmers Market.
Jim Zuder buys fresh vegetables from Laura Cerrato, left, and Liz Piriczky, center, of Overlook Farms, Waverly.
Linda Mancinelli of Brace’s Orchard, right, serves fellow vendor TL Belt, balloon artist.
Randy Ryan of Rainbow Juice pours a sample.
Serena Aumik, Forkston, stops to admire the vegetation with her relative Theresa Kolaski, Courtdale.
That’s Chris Cashmer, left, and Susan Mazula, both of Pittston, checking out Eric Garver’s stand at Conifer Corner.
PITTSTON — Farm fresh produce and other goods are now available weekly to residents from Greater Pittston and beyond, as the 32nd Pittston City Farmers Market opened on Tuesday, June 23. The market is held at the Lower Tomato Festival Lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday and runs through the last Tuesday before Thanksgiving. For more information or to participate in the farmers market, contact Mary Angelella at 570-655-6140.
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