BILOXI, MS (WLOX) – Fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, and more are back on display, stacked up on tables and trucks under the I-110 overpass on Howard Avenue in Biloxi. It’s the Charles R. Hegwood Community Market and it’s back open for the spring season.

The season officially opened Tuesday morning with vendors showing up bright and early to display produce, crafts, livestock, homemade goods and other treats. From vine-ripened tomatoes to fresh fruit to farm-fresh eggs, there is so much to choose from.

Fresh produce, herbs, plants, livestock, homemade goods and more are sold at the Biloxi farmer's market each year.
Fresh produce, herbs, plants, livestock, homemade goods and more are sold at the Biloxi farmer’s market each year. (Photo source: City of Biloxi)

Vendors will be set up at the farmer’s market every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. offering all kinds of fresh goodies.

The farmer’s market also has six festivals planned for this season. Those are scheduled for May 16, June 18, July 18, Sept. 26, and Oct. 24.

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