After a rough winter, organizers say they are happy to kickoff the spring season with a full house. 68 booths filled the square with folks selling fresh, locally grown foods, home-made goods, and crafts.
Manager, Teresa Maurer said the event is a perfect place for friends and family. "It's an outdoor outing, it's a chance to buy some great things, it's a chance to see your friends, and it really is the heart of Fayetteville."
The market will be open each Saturday through November, plus Tuesday and Thursday mornings through October.