A wide variety of produce and other agricultural and artists/craft products, locally produced and fresh, available Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings. The market is so thriving that more and more vendors are participating, which in turn draws more customers. The patrons range in age from newborn infants to senior citizens, and customers are regular and faithful. The location is central, on the edge of downtown Durham, and near other great businesses and attractions so that it's easy to accomplish a number of errands without much car travel. Many people are able to walk or bike to the market, meet friends, take walking tours of historic Durham, visit vendors of prepared foods, listen to live music, take a free outdoor yoga class, meander through a public garden, walk across the street to the Scrap Exchange (a local business that recycles industrial and household scrap items for artistic or other uses), walk a block to a historic feed and garden supply business and refurbished baseball stadium, walk a couple of blocks to Durham Arts Council, Carolina Theater, a downtown hotel and convention center ... there's always a lot going on. The market is also open in colder months on a more limited schedule.