Fall is fast approaching, and that means it’s time for the final Grand Junction Farmers' Market.
Tonight, summer wraps up in the Grand Valley with the last downtown farmers' market after 15 consecutive weeks.
Rain or shine, the event has brought in an estimated 5,000 visitors per week, according to the Downtown Grand Junction website.
From farmers themselves to artisans, musicians, local merchants and restaurants, visitors far and wide have come downtown to enjoy this Thursday summer tradition.
Tonight, catch the Goodman Band; they'll be performing on one of the many blocks of the market.
The event runs from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Be sure to stock up on your favorite fruits, veggies and more before fall!
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