"There will be free wine tastings, so people can try some of the wines that they many not have tasted before," LaMoy conveyed.
Ken Gadway, the award-winning, Adirondack wood turner, will also be featured as a "kick-off." "He's going to bring the lathes and he will actually be demonstrating the entire time," said Parker. "That's going to be a treat for the day."
In addition to the added purveyors, the WIC Program's weekly free sample is an enticement which will attract shoppers.
"The first week their going to be making a maple item," tempted Parker.
The market has also come be known as a unique social outlet, said Parker.
"We are more of a social event for a lot of people,"she asserted. "I love going to the farmers market, and seeing all the people Ihaven't seen since last year."
Favreau mirrored Parker's sentiment, noting his overall enjoyment as a participant.
"There are so many nice people, people that really care about what they're buying, and the food their eating," said Favreau.
"It's a very good experience, and we've been very happy to be part of it," he added.
For more information about the Plattsburgh Farmers and Crafters Market, visit www.plattsburghfarmersandcraftersmarket.com.