The fresh market season is over in Stow, but not before residents stop by the Stow Community Church one last time Saturday for apples, pierogies, vegetables, free pumpkins for kids, bagpipe music and free Mocha Joe's coffee.
"The pierogies have been a big hit this year. They are the perfect comfort food going into the fall season," said Mike Osman, a market co-manager.
The market runs for the last time this year from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
"We still have some green beans, eggplant, greens, peppers, plus farm fresh eggs and tomatoes. Thank you for coming out to support the market in this our second successful year," he said. "We could not have done it without you and your enthusiasm to eat new locally grown produce and to buy baked goods and products that might have been made by your neighbor."
This Saturday is also the market's Apple and Pumpkin Fest.
"Even though the apple crop was severely damaged by frost in the spring, we still have some apples to sell along with free pumpkins for the kids to decorate and carve to take home," Osman said.
Traditional Scottish and American bagpipe and drum group, the Akron and District Pipe Group, will be playing.