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First Farmers Market of the Summer

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Local farmers brought their produce to Downtown Billings Saturday for the first Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market of the summer.

Potatoes, berries, carrots, jams and jellies, are just some of the items you can get at the weekly event. Read to eat food is also available.

"I love coming to the farmers market and buying fresh fruit and vegetables and seeing who's all out here selling. I haven't got very far yet today, but I've already bought a bunch," said Carole Thompson.

The farmers market is every Saturday through October starting at 8 AM in Downtown Billings under Skypoint.

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