Now that summer has finally begun, the Negaunee Market started up as well.
Wednesday was the first day of the year for the market, and its sixth year.
Miner's Park was full with over 30 vendors selling all sorts of things, from quilts and baked goods, to fresh produce and wood crafts.
Locals flocked to get their share of U.P. products.
The market goes from 4:30p.m. To 7p.m. every Wednesday at Miner's Park in Negaunee.
"The people love that they have a hometown market featuring vendors from all over Marquette County, Mostly Ishpeming and Negaunee, and other areas, featuring locally made crafts and locally grown produce," said Bill Brazier, Market Director.
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