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Long-Running Williamsburg Greenmarket Reopens Thursday

By Serena Dai | July 8, 2015 1:33pm
 Williamsburg Greenmarket reopens Thursday, July 9.
Williamsburg Greenmarket reopens Thursday, July 9.
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WILLIAMSBURG — Fresh produce is returning to Williamsburg at a weekly farmers market.

Williamsburg Greenmarket will be back for the season starting Thursday. It will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Thursday at Taylor Street and Lee Avenue.

The market has been serving Williamsburg since 1994.

Fruits and vegetables from J. Glebocki Farms, an Orange County farm, and Toigo Orchards, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, will be offered for sale at the market.

In addition to being able to buy fresh produce, people can drop off old clothes as part of a textile recycling program or bring food waste to compost.

Stellar Farmers' Markets will also be on hand every week with free activities that promote healthy living.

The market will run every Thursday until Nov. 19.