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Some of the goods on sale at the Concord Handmade RV/store at the Concord Arts Market, which runs until Oct. 3.
Some of the goods on sale at the Concord Handmade RV/store at the Concord Arts Market, which runs until Oct. 3.
The bonsai trees from Mr. B’s Bonsai Garden at the arts market were both cute and adorable. Business card shown for scale.
The bonsai trees from Mr. B’s Bonsai Garden at the arts market were both cute and adorable. Business card shown for scale.
The snacking sweet peppers at Apple Hill Farm’s booth looked downright peppery.
The snacking sweet peppers at Apple Hill Farm’s booth looked downright peppery.
Capitol Street was once again packed with people of all ages and dogs of all breeds for the Concord Farmers Market, which runs until the last Saturday in October.
Capitol Street was once again packed with people of all ages and dogs of all breeds for the Concord Farmers Market, which runs until the last Saturday in October.
Diane Souther, owner of Apple Hill Farm in Concord, arranges some succulent tomatoes for farmers market patrons to peruse. Her produce was nearly as bright and colorful as her tie-dye shirt.
Diane Souther, owner of Apple Hill Farm in Concord, arranges some succulent tomatoes for farmers market patrons to peruse. Her produce was nearly as bright and colorful as her tie-dye shirt.

We stopped by the Concord Farmers and Concord Arts markets this weekend right before the calendar flipped to September.

Author: Jon Bodell

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