Knox County Farmer's Market had another successful week of fresh produce and community fun on Thursday, June 20.
From 4 to 7 p.m., vendors set up their display tables to kick off the sixth season of the KCFM and their second season under the Knox County Extension Pavilion.
Tables were packed with fresh produce, home processed baked breads and cookies, jams and jellies, starter plants, hanging baskets of ferns and flowers as well as hand-crafted items.
The KCEOC Summer Feeding program was also set up, during the market, to greet the local kids with free lunches. Crave's food truck even made an appearance to cool off customers with icecream and slushies as the sun beamed down the smiling customers.