Don't forget to make a stop tomorrow morning through afternoon to visit the Palatine Farmer's Market.
Vendors who have been around for years, and a few new ones will be in the Train Station parking lot.
Early organic leafy greens, onions, and potatoes will be available along with meats, eggs, cheeses, butter, breads, jellies, jams, honey, flowers, herbs, soaps, pastas, sauces, pickles, salsas, spices, pottery, gourds, marinades, oils, pesto, cookies, mushrooms and more.
Chris the knife sharpener will be honing blades - including lawn mower blades - and the Illinois Master Gardeners will be solving garden problems.
The Palatine Farmers' Market starts at 7 a.m. and runs until 1 p.m. on Saturdays through October at the Palatine Metra Station parking lot, 137 W. Wood Street.
Information submitted by Marg Duer, Palatine Farmers' Market coordinator.