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PHOTOS: Glenwood’s Downtown Market

This year the Glenwood's Downtown Market was moved to the new festival street along Seventh Street under the Grand Avenue Bridge.
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Tuesday evening was the second week of Glenwood’s Downtown Market. This year the market moved to it’s new location along Seventh Street utilizing downtown’s “festival street”.

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An estimated 15 vendors set up to sell produce, hand made items, ice cream, elk sausage, mini donuts, and more. The downtown market will continue every Tuesday evening starting at 4 p.m. through the summer months.

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People pick out produce at one of the vendor booths at the Glenwood’s Downtown Market on Tuesday evening.
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A bucket of tomatos wait for buyers at a produce vendor at Glenwood’s Downtown Market.
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People meander through the downtowm market on Tuesday evening along Seventh Street.
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This year the Glenwood Downtown Market was moved to the new festival street along Seventh Street under the Grand Avenue Bridge.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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A vendor helps a customer at one of the produce stands during Tuesday evening’s downtown market.
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People meander through the downtowm market on Tuesday evening along Seventh Street.
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A woman and her dog walk down Seventh Street through the downtown market on Tuesday evening.
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