PASCO, Wash.—If you're looking for fresh produce, you're in luck. The Pasco Farmers market kicked off Saturday morning.
The market is one of the largest outdoor market in Eastern Washington and has been running for more than 30 years.
To help get the community involved, local vendors opened their own section. Market shoppers could pick out their produce then walk one street over to buy merchandise.
"It's kind of like a family tradition, so we do it, and people come out, and it's fun and families come out and have a good time," Daniel Miranda, vendor.
The Pasco Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 8am to 1pm, and Wednesday from 8am to 12pm. It's located at corner of south 4th Avenue and West Columbia Street in Pasco.