The Downtown Tamaqua Farm Market started for the summer-fall season at the Train Station parking lot. The weekly market features fresh-from-the-field produce, preserves, desserts, and other products from various vendors and farms around our area. The Tamaqua Chamber of Commerce is extending an invitation to other area farmers and fresh food producers to join them this year. In addition to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Downtown Tamaqua Farm Market is also available every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. near the Law Offices of Attorney Gary Marchalk located at 204 E. Broad St. Anyone interested in participating in the Downtown Tamaqua Farm Market can get more information by calling the chamber office at (570) 668-1880, or by email at . Norman Krapf from Tamaqua purchases fresh fruit from farmers Liz Leiby, center, and Carson Schoener, 10, of the Leiby's Farm Market stand.