The Downtown Riverbank Market celebrated its scheduled mid-point this past Tuesday, with vendors of all types, offering up food, beverages, merchandise and live music to shoppers.
It began in May and will conclude on the last Tuesday of June.
A variety of fresh foods, along with some prepared items, were available for purchase from participating vendors who sold clothing, jewelry, art work and beverages. There was even a taco truck available onsite for the most recent market event.
All the while, a group of music students performed for shoppers mid-block. The market is on Santa Fe Street, between Third and Fourth streets.
The bands, students in a number of configurations, performed pop and rock music for an appreciative crowd that had gathered around.
They were part of Central Valley Rock Academy, led by music instructor Craig Sorrenti, who offers both guitar and bass lessons as well as band coaching.
Organizers look forward to welcoming in more fresh produce vendors being part of the market as the summer season gets into full swing.