Farmers, crafters, and artisans from across the area were there to welcome customers as they entered and left the store.
It sure felt like fall with the dropping temperatures and wind but vendors were still hopeful for a good day.
"I'm hoping there's a good turnout," Cat Morrow, owner of Legacy Acres Family Farmstead, said. "We're hoping to meet people in the area that are especially close to us in Kenduskeag and we're looking forward hopefully to a lot more people showing up."
Morrow was selling homemade products, including soap.
Another vendor was selling horseshoe art and, of course, there were pumpkins on sale for those who want to get a head start on their jack-o-lanterns.