SAINT JOSEPH - It's starting to look and feel like fall outside, and with the arrival of fall, comes fresh locally grown produce to the Saint Joseph Farmers Market.

Today marked the 14th Annual Harvest Festival in Saint Joseph, getting the community together for fresh produce and entertainment to start off the fall season.

"This market is kind of a community event, lots of people visiting, some people I only see once a year or in the summertime." Local farmer Jim Wirz said.

Colorful fruits and vegetables lined the tables. Pumpkins, flowers, and honey were also on sale.

"I love the atmosphere and it's fun to make people happy, that's my favorite." Therese Danzl, a Whiskey Creek Honey farmer said.

Plenty of additional entertainment could be found at the festival today. A petting zoo and local music were both on scene to entertain visitors.

The Saint Joseph Farmers Market will continue every Friday through October 18th. Additional information can be found on their website. 

Dan DeBaun, WJON News