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FLORENCE, KY (FOX19) -

There's a new place for residents to pick up fresh produce. The Friendly Market of Northern Kentucky hosted their Summer Solstice Grand Opening Party on Thursday.

The market, located at 10050 Norbotten Drive in Florence, features more than 25 vendors selling anything from fruits and vegetables to candles, honey and even alpaca wool clothing.

"I hope the community supports the market, supports the folks who are out here, and we look forward with providing the best service we can," said owner Jack Berberich.

The Friendly Market will be open six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday.

The indoor portion will remain open year round, with the outdoor farmer's pavilion closed during the cold seasons.

Follow the market on Facebook to get more information: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Farmers-Pavilion-at-The-Friendly-Market/345326772237915

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