WESTFIELD - The Westfield Farmers Market Fall Festival was a wonderful event - made better only by the warm fall Saturday weather.
As vendors brought out their fall items, visitors strolled along the sidewalks, taking in the last few weeks of the Market.
Many visitors were interested in the cider-making demonstrations, followed by a candle-making demonstration by Sandy Ledden of Family Technologies. Cornhole was a popular break for shoppers, while the children enjoyed playing in the corn box in the sunshine.
The corn box was one of the attractions at the Westfield Farmers Market Fall Festival.
The day was topped off for many with a warm bowl of Harvest Soup, made fresh by Homegrown Cookin' that morning with a collection of the farmers' noodles and vegetables.
"Having events throughout the market season makes the Market fresh and new for vendors and visitors alike," said Kristen Currier, market coordinator. "We truly enjoy meeting all of the folks that come to Westfield, and we are seeing more and more visitors traveling just to see our Market, from Cleveland, Buffalo, Pittsburgh and beyond." The whole event was tied together perfectly with music by Deuble and Vogan, a duo that had the crowd singing and tapping their feet the whole time.
There is just one week left in the Westfield Farmers Market season, and the vendors are continuing to celebrate the harvest.
On Saturday, the Market is holding a seasonal showcase and sale. If you have had your eye on a certain item for a holiday gift, or something to treat yourself, now is the time to make that purchase.
Vendors will be showcasing their seasonal and holiday items, and certain items will have special pricing. With only one week left, you don't want to miss this opportunity to visit the Market!