I spent that saturday meandering down the street browsing all of the booths the local artists and business owners had set up. On display were authentic sketches, prints, jewelry, vintage and handmade clothing, handbags, and much more. I took home some ink died copper jewelry, a orange and cucumber fabric covered light switch, and two books about bread baking and the lost art of involved cooking, as well as a large collection of business cards. Then spent the rest of the afternoon with a latte and a yogurt parfait at Small Point Cafe reading about pickles, jams, and home-brewed beer. It was a nice little introduction to the city.