All of the vendors from year one, plus more, will sell their goods during the second year of the Worthington winter farmers market.

All of the vendors from year one, plus more, will sell their goods during the second year of the Worthington winter farmers market.

The market will kick off the season this Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m., during the holiday open house in downtown Worthington.

Again this year, the farmers market will be held at the Griswold Center.

There will be 27 vendors, selling everything from winter vegetables to pies, from poultry and eggs to bread and cheese.

"We will have a few new people, but most are the same ones we had last year," said Jan Staats of the Olde Worthington Business Association (OWBA), which sponsors the farmers market.

Last year, the market was very successful, with many vendors selling out before the doors closed.

There will be added attractions this year, including cooking demonstrations using foods sold at the market, and programs put on by the Worthington Parks and Recreation Department. Both will be held on the second floor of the Griswold Center.

The length of the markets will be shortened, but the number will be increased.

The second market will be held Dec. 13. Then, from January through April, there will be a market every Saturday.

Hours will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

cbrooks@thisweeknews.com