There is only a month to go in the Farmers' Market season.
The event will continue from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday through the end of October at Warren's Midtown parking lot.
With a new season comes new products. Seasonal vendors join the 24 regulars and provide apples, pumpkins, squash, eggplant and more.
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Farmers’ Market open Saturdays in downtown Warren
Apples, and apple products, are particularly abundant, according to Farmers' Market Coordinator Josie Gerardi.
The fall offerings include many flowers - cut, bouquets, and mums and gladiolus in particular.
The market is a good place to find the right gourd or pumpkin for display.
For those looking for canned goods, either as part of a holiday gift basket or for loading up the pantry, Gerardi said the market is the right destination.
Baked goods are also popular.
There is a bi-weekly drawing for a $25 market gift certificate. So far, there have been 11 winners.
Also on a bi-weekly basis, Penn State Master Gardeners make informational presentations and are available to answer questions.
"There are only four more Saturdays" before the end of the season, Gerardi said.