On Friday, April 13, the Belfast Farmers' Market moves to its three-season location in the yard at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St.

The market is open every Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., year-round, rain or shine. Now celebrating its 38th year, Belfast Farmers' Market is a no-buy organization, meaning that all products are raised, grown or produced by its members and brought directly from producer/grower to market.

In spring, along with their regular array of fresh vegetables, food staples, value added foodstuffs and cut flowers, members offer seedlings, perennials and cut flowers, as well as fresh crepes, baked goods, and other ready-to-eat foods. Picnic tables are provided. At the height of the growing season, the market swells to 30 stalls, and offers live entertainment each week, along with occasional special events.

As a service to its customers, a cadre of volunteers facilitate EBT, SNAP, credit and debit card purchasing market-wide. Shoppers may speak to the folks at the Info Table to learn how this service works and find out about volunteer opportunities. More info about the organization and its members can be found at belfastfarmersmarket.org.