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Main Street market begins 6th season

Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Dan Jones, right, makes a purchase from Jackie Hobbs of Phil Foster Fruit Farm at the Historic West Main Street Farmers Market on Friday. The market, celebrating its sixth year, will be open from 3 to 8 p.m. every Friday through October at 1936 W. Main St. More than 50 vendors offer fresh produce, breads, flowers and other Indiana-produced farm products.