Members of The Prairie Acre, from left, Greg Yother, Virginia Musser, Eric Weslander and Tricia Spencer, perform bluegrass tunes at the Lawrence Farmers Market.
A buyer buries his face in fragrant dianthus at the farmers market.
Fresh lettuce is bagged for sale.
Tricia Spencer, fiddler for The Prairie Acre, a Lawrence-based bluegrass quartet, helps entertain shoppers at the Lawrence Farmers Market.
Bob Trapp, left, purchases a blueberry pie Saturday from Julia Miller, owner of The Summer Kitchen, at the opening day of the Lawrence Farmers Market.
A light mist covers loaves of homemade bread.
Roots, rhubarb and herbs cover a vendor's table at the Lawrence Farmers Market.
Rod and Roberta Hofer, Lawrence, inspect fresh rhubarb at the Lawrence Farmers Market. Despite rainy weather, the market's opening day drew a crowd.
A buyer inspects herbs.
Maria Preston, Lawrence, picks out herbs from a stand at the Farmers Market on Saturday near 8th and New Hampshire.
James Snow stocks jars of honey at his booth. Snow, who learned about the honey business from his grandpa, was one of about 50 vendors at Saturday's event.
Rosa Masaquiza weaves wool stockings.
Fragrant dianthus flowers sold out at the market.
Natalie Myers, 7, wades through the crowd of vendors and buyers at the Lawrence Farmers Market near Eighth and New Hampshire streets. About 50 vendors set up Saturday at the first market of the year, despite the rainy weather.