West Fargo annual Farmers' Market is the place for fresh produce and unique crafts

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WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) Many people came out for the Annual Farmers' Market at South Elmwood Park in West Fargo on Thursday.

The market gives local growers the chance to sell their fresh produce, flowers, bulbs, jams and jellies directly to the public.

Small businesses were also part of the market showing off their crafts and selling their items.

One booth was selling metal cutout designs.

"I decided to come down to the Farmer' Market to see it and meet some people and sell some cutouts artwork. It's a fun hobby that gets kind of busy sometimes but that's good and I really enjoy it," says Paul Dietz, a metals cutout designer.

Dietz says he uses his metal art cut-outs as a way of life selling his pieces around $80 or higher.