MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – It was a brisk and cloudy Saturday on the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market. Nonetheless, the climate confirmed little to no impact upon the busy turnout.“[C]ould be 60 mph winds but we’re still going to be battening down the hatches. We are here, rain or shine (every Saturday) until the end of October,” mentioned Market Supervisor Sara Johnson.Distributors on web site provided quite a lot of items — together with fall produce comparable to squash and pumpkins; espresso, kombucha, jam, handcrafted artwork and in addition physique oils.The market, sponsored by the Marquette Downtown Growth Authority, will transition to its on-line market system beginning in November to accommodate the Late Fall Market season.“It allows our vendors to still have the season that they were expecting. And it allows our community to still have access to fresh, locally-grown food and those handmade, artisan crafts for the holidays,” Johnson mentioned.For on-line market data: CLICK HEREThe Late Fall Market season will run from November seventh to December 19th.Copyright 2020 WLUC. All rights reserved.