Clarksburg Farmer’s Market moves indoors for a Winter Market

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The Clarksburg Farmer’s Market moved indoors and changed into a holiday theme Saturday morning.

The market set up shop inside First United Methodist Church in downtown Clarksburg.

Guests could stop by the various local vendors that had everything from pumpkins to inspirational works of art.

Santa was also there to greet children and a choir from Notre Dame provided entertainment.

“We love to find ways to get the community to work together. Get different organizations, we have the First United Methodist Church,” said Sherah Kraan, advertising and marketing. 

“Come and support you local vendors, keep your dollars local and we have a good time. Its a great public service and we just want people to come out and have a good day,” said Micayla Ash President of farmer’s market

Another Winter Market will be held In January, check here for dates. 

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