NEW BOSTON, Texas -- The inaugural New Boston Farmers' and Artisans' Market had a good turnout of vendors and customers on Tuesday afternoon.
"We're staying pretty busy," 8 Oaks Farms vendor and market organizer Seth Buller said. "We have lots of vendors, which is good. We had an idea of how many we would have but this has definitely exceeded expectations."
Local vendors had a varied amount of goods, ranging from flowers and plants, baked goods, natural cleaning supplies, wine, and hand carved wooden vases and bowls.
Timothy Green hand carves wooden products and brought a few pieces out to sell at the market.
"I think this will attract the community and pull people away from chain stores," Green said.
The market will take place 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday from from now until early fall.