The first Quincy farmer’s market of the year kicked off in its new location with tons of people wandering through the dozen-or-so vendors all morning.

The new location is the block along B Street Southeast in front of Idle hour and Errant Cellars, in between Central Avenue South and First Avenue Southeast.

On Saturday, the block was buzzing with people and music, enjoying the sunny day and items that vendors had to offer. Booths at the market included handmade ceramic cookware, leather products, and food items.

Local filmmaker Luke Grigg was also seen filming a PSA commercial in the middle of the market and Expressions Dance Studio held a recital at the end of the block.

Idle hour even opened a little early to provide food for those that wanted to grab a bite.

The market had something for the whole family and will continue to grow as the state loosens COVID-19 restrictions.

The market will be held the first and third Saturdays of each month from June to September from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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