What better way to spend a crisp fall Saturday morning in Saint Clair than by browsing the Route 66 Farmers' Market—the best place to find local produce in Saint Clair. Open every Saturday morning this year from April 30th thru October 29th, you'd better hurry because the season is quickly winding down as winter approaches.

Saint Clair's Farmers' Market is located at 855 N. Commercial in the lot in front of the Health Mart Pharmacy, and, weather permitting, is open from 7am until noon. This time of the year, you'll be able to find pumpkins for fall decorating, as well as other seasonal favorites such as turnips and winter squash.

Throughout the season, fresh eggs are always available as are baked goods, created by our own fantastic local cooks. For those wanting something a little out of the ordinary or possibly to buy as a gift, there is also pottery, local original art, honey produced by Saint Clair bees and goat milk soap created by, you guessed it, local artisans using local goat's milk! Homemade arts and crafts are also in the mix, so why not start your Christmas shopping now!

If you've never been to the Farmers' Market, you're in for quite a treat. It's always fun to see what local artists and farmers have to offer, and the food produced locally always seems fresher and tastier than anything you can get in a grocery store. It's also a good feeling when you can support your own neighbors by buying fruits and vegetables they've grown locally.

Wouldn't you like to be able to pick up fresh local produce and eat it at your very own home in Saint Clair? If you're looking for a home in our area, contact me, Scott Hickinbotham, today. I can help you find the perfect “locally grown” home for you and your family.