Three days a week, at seven a-m, the money comes out...And fans of fresh produce start buying up their favorites. Alicia Rivers says she like the tomatoes, but they hardly ever have them because everybody gets them so fast, corn on the cob, onions, zucchini. Alicia rivers, a regular farmers market customer, says she prefers the flavor of food thats fresh from the ground. Rivers says it always, tastes so much better. Gardeners who bring their produce to sell here say this has been an exceptional year because of all the rain. Janie Beasley says its wonderful because they havent had to irrigate as much. The rain just helps so much more than irrigating. She says it just makes the stuff grow so much faster, and look so much hardier. The corn is freshly shucked, on site. Other items currently for sale include squash, potatoes, peppers, beets, and cucumbers. Melons -- like canteloupe -- will be in season in a few weeks. Beasley says theyll have good canteloupe this year because of all the rain. And were just going to keep having beets and spinach because it keeps growing so fast now because of the rain. Because the amount of produce is reaching a peak, organizers of the farmers market have waited until this weekend to invite the community out to a grand opening. For that occasion, gardeners donate some of the fruits -- or in this case vegetables -- of their labor for prizes. Beasley says they all donate, and fill baskets full, and they all donate stuff, and give away every ten minutes. And they have free cokes from coca cola. And everybody brings free baked goods. The grand opening is this Saturday which includes live music, free drinks and baked goods...And the chance to purchase produce freshly picked, plucked and planted, all from local producers enjoying the benefits of a bumper crop. Joel fox, k-l-s-t news.