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Scenes from the Greenbelt Farmers Market

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Greenbelt Farmers Market

It was a gorgeous day at the Greenbelt Farmers Market yesterday, so I snapped a few iPhone shots to post here. Above is the heart and soul of the market (at least in our minds) – the Info Booth. Left to right are Market Master Nancy Solomon and volunteers Katy Pape and Sophia (last name?). I was about to take one of those seats, for the noon to 2:00 shift.

Greenbelt Farmers Market

 

The Market sign shows lots happening this week, like the Master Gardeners below.

Greenbelt Farmers Market Master Gardeners

 

The Master Gardeners answered all manner of gardening questions from Market shoppers. On the right notice coordinator Jan Wolfe doing her research.

Greenbelt Farmers Market New Carrollton Library

 

We love having community groups at the Market.  The Friends of New Carrollton Library got lots of takers for their book/DVD sale.

Greenbelt Farmers Market

 

Sorry I don’t have a short video of the ERHS Clarinet Choir.  They sounded great.

Greenbelt Farmers Market

 

Gladiolas are at their peak and Helen Svensen can’t resist them. With other local Rotarians she creates and maintains gardens at Springhill Lake Elementary School, a project I wrote about in this story. Helen looked so lovely with those flowers, the Market volunteers oohed and aahed and I jumped up to take a shot.  When she told us she’s almost 79, we were collectively amazed and inspired. Greenbelt Farmers Market

 

Crepes at the Market were doing a brisk business, as usual.

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“Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com. In 2021 Susan joined the Board of Directors of Greenbelt Access TV.

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