One knows that the Farmer's Market if up and running when you see Ms. Irene Hollis with her fried pies, homemade pies and jams and jellies on Saturday morning.
What a treat to start out a busy Saturday with any of her homemade delights.
Meanwhile, Jessica Gannon and her little helpers have scaled up her selection of potted plants ranging from blackberry plants, flowers and small shrubs for your landscape.
Red ripe tomatoes were in short supply but be on a lookout for more offerings in the near future.
Harold Duggin, Harold Underwood, Ray Shipp, Dan Schau and Ken Davy had a great selection of cucumber, squash, green beans, new potatoes, onions, local honey and cabbage.
The Market opens this Saturday at 6 a.m. The Cannon County Farmers Market is located at the Arts Center of Cannon County and will be open until Noon or until the veggies are gone.
If you would like to be a vendor or need additional information, contact Bruce Steelman at the University of Tennessee Extension Office at 614 Lehman Street or 615-563-2554.