In its 10th year, the Westport Farmers Market is stronger than ever.
Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Imperial Avenue commuter parking lot is filled with smart (and hungry) shoppers.
Pushing strollers or wielding walkers, shoppers make their way from booth to booth. Butchers, bakers, pizza makers — and everyone in between — offers fresh food. (The definition of “farmers” is loose, but the qualifications are strict.)
The Staples boys soccer team was there today too. They volunteered to help carry bags to cars. Any tips went to the Farmers’ Market Gillespie Center project — which is run with Staples’ culinary classes, through Chef Cecily Gans.
It all comes around. And it all tastes very, very good.