The Adrian Community Market offers handmade local wares, as well as fresh produce and pies, as a way to support local makers and contribute to the town’s revitalization project. The market runs through the first and third Fridays in September.

Dee Hawe looks at local wares for sale at the Adrian Community Market Friday, Aug. 16. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

ADRIAN — The Adrian Community Market offers fresh produce, preserves, handmade pottery and textiles, fresh pies and more to locals and people passing though town. Now in its second year, the market has staked its claim next to Succor Creek Coffee from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of the summer months.

Part of the proceeds go towards the Adrian 2040 Project, a longterm effort to revitalize the town and make sure, come 2040, the community is as strong as ever.

The market runs through the first and third Fridays in September.

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Vendors of the three booths sit beneath their tents, chatting amongst themselves during the market lulls. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Eric Ellis, an Adrian local, makes handmade pizzas to feed his fellow vendors during market hours, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A local buys a homemade pie from Tami Nightingale. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Produce from Ishida Farms for sale at the Adrian Community Market. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Part of the proceeds from several items available at the market go towards the Adrian 2040 Project — a project that aims to strengthen and beautify the town. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Amber Kinkade handles a sale for Dee Hawe who purchased items from each of the three booths. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Angie Sillonis wraps up a jar of preserves for sale. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Have a news tip? Reporter Isabella Garcia: isabellagenterprise@gmail.com or 541-473-3377.

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