A weekly Tri-State tradition is kicking off its new season Saturday.
The Historic Newburgh Farmers Market was held at the Old Lock and Dam, drawing hundreds of people to the Newburgh Riverfront.
The event included several vendors selling locally grown, farm fresh produce.
Also in the mix, Historic Newburgh hosted various food truck, games, live music, and the first ever Strawberry Social.
"People can get out, they can have their families, they can have their dogs. They can have a good time. People can interact with each other, socialize," says Troy Wells. Historic Newburgh Executive Director. "This year, right now, we really are gearing it towards children, and it looks like you see the events outside. We've got all kinds of fun little games for kids out there."
The Farmers Market will be open at the Newburgh Riverfront every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. thru Noon until August 21st.