Saturday, Feb. 20 the Unity Community Market will feature the usual array of local meats, fresh breads and other baked goods, homemade preserves, local honey, goat milk soap and cheese, good coffee, hot soup, an inexpensive lunch and assorted crafts from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In addition, a basket-making workshop and demonstration will be held from 10 a.m. to noon.. Watching and asking questions is free, but a $5 fee will be assessed for materials for those who want a more hands-on experience.

While some fleas are not uncommon at the Community Market, Last Chance Ranch in Troy is bringing a big assortment this time. It will be a good time to look for that just-the-right-size biscuit tin,
interesting box or a new-to-you puzzle. Other vendors will have
some used books also.

Anyone wanting to sell crafts, food (locally made and grown preferred) or fleas should call Judy Rock at 948-5912 to reserve a table. The charge is $5 per table and the fee goes to the Unity Barn Raisers, which is sponsoring the event. The Community Market is held at the Unity Community Center on Route 139 just west of the intersection of route 202 and 9 in Unity Village. The March Market will be held March 20, and will feature games for all ages and a singalong.