A farmers market is back in Dublin.

The city has been without a farmers market since the Dublin Farmers' Market shut down in 2016.

A new market will open in June in Crawford Hoying's Bridge Park development.

The Dublin Market at Bridge Park will be held 9 a.m. to noon every Saturday from June 9 through Sept. 29 on Longshore Street between Bridge Park Avenue and Tuller Ridge Drive.

Officials with Crawford Hoying have been working with Dublin officials to bring the market to fruition, said Jessica Rexer, associate director of marketing for Crawford Hoying.

Bridge Park's free parking and numerous retail and dining establishments made the area a perfect location for a market, she said.

"We really want to make it more of an experience for the community as well as for the vendors," Rexer said.

Nearly 50 vendors have applied to participate, Rexer said, and Crawford Hoying still is taking applications.

Prospective vendors would sell produce, vegetables, dairy products, flowers, meat, fish and other items, Rexer said.

"It's been all over the board, which is amazing," she said.

Longshore will be closed to motorized traffic between Bridge Park and Tuller Ridge during the market, Rexer said, and the weekly free event will feature live entertainment as people shop.

More information about the market can be found at www.thedublinmarket.com.

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