BAINBRIDGE, Ga. (WTXL) -- The Bainbridge Farmers' Market is back in full swing for the fall season!
It's a place to get fresh food and other produce, and gives area vendors the chance to see their products and other homemade goods.
Organizers say, "We strive to bring the community together around fresh local food."
Some of the popular produce is season now includes greens and peppers. Bakers are usually on hand as well, selling homemade bread and even pumpkin bread for the season. There's also a vendor who sells boiled peanuts each week.
Organizers say there are also kids activities, including corn hole, chalk and other games, to keep children entertained while their parents are shopping.
The Bainbridge Farmers' Market is every Saturday, rain or shine, from 8 a.m. until noon. It's running now through December 19, and then reopens from March through June.
Everything is on the Square in Downtown Bainbridge.
For more information, call (229) 329-3135 or click here.