GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT News)-- The Main Street Farmer's Market is kicking off this Thursday in downtown Grand Junction.
In addition to cherries and pies, there will be apricots, rhubarb, peas, and lots of jams and syrups.
Although it's a little early for most of the produce to be ripe, farmers still say there will be lots to offer on Thursday.
"Right now, we'll probably sell more pies than anything because of limited amount of other stuff. And there will be a lot of cherries sold Thursday night. There will be a good selection of sweet cherries there," says Farmer Bob of Alida's Fruit.
The world-famous freestone peaches will be ready to enjoy in August. The market opens at 5:30 and will go on every Thursday on Main Street.