10 1of10Ryan Fibiger, owner of Saugatuck Craft Butchery, offers pork preparing and cooking tips to visitors of the Westport Farmers' Market on Thursday afternoon. The market is currently located at 26 Imperial Avenue, adjacent to the Westport Woman's Club. When winter arrives, it will move indoors to Gilbertie's Herb Gardens at 7 Sylvan Road.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 2of10Treats from The SONO Baking Company & Cafe were a small sampling of the foods on sale Thursday at the Westport Farmers' Maket at 26 Imperial Ave., adjacent to the Westport Woman's Club. On Nov. 17 the market will move to Gilbertie's Herb Gardens, 7 Sylvan Road.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 3of10Amy Clark and Ben Kuyper, at left, were among the faithful that visited the Westport Farmers' Market on Thursday, despite the fact it rained. In this photo, Clark and Kuyper are enjoying tamales made by Greenwich-based Boxcar Cantina. At right is Kelly Walsh, Boxcar Cantina's marketing manager.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 4of10Pictured is a table at the Westport Farmers' Market belonging to Roxbury-based Riverbank Farm, which offers customers fresh organic vegetables harvested one day prior to being sold in Westport. The Westport Farmes' Market at 16 Imperial Avenue is held every Thursday. In the winter it will move to Gilbertie's Herb Gradens, 7 Sylvan Road.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 5of10 6of10Pictured are a few of the tents at the Westport Farmers' Market at 26 Imperial Ave. on Thursday afternoon. Sales were impacted by rain but vendors still did well.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 7of10Norwalk resident Anna Muntean, owner of Eastern Cookie Bake Shop, which specializes in regular and gluten-free artisan European desserts, prepares to load her display case at the Westport Farmers' Market on Thursday afternoon. The market is open every Thursday at 26 Imperial Ave. but it moves indoors to Gilbertie's Herb Gardens, 7 Sylvan Road, on Nov. 17.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 8of10Maria Del Castillo (at left) and her mother Soledad work their Du Soleil tent at the Westport Farmers' Market on Thursday afternoon. Du Soleil specializes in continental and Mediterranean food. The business was one of many giving out free samples to visitors of the farmers' market.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 9of10Former Staples High School student Erin Ostreicher, 26, owner of Erin Ostreicher Designs, works on a flower arrangement at the Westport Farmers' Market on Thursday afternoon. The market takes place outdoors every Thursday at 26 Imperial Ave. but will move to Gilbertie's Herb Gardens, 7 Sylvan Road, on Nov. 17.Kirk LangShow MoreShow Less 10of10 By Kirk Lang email@example.com Summer's gone and autumn is falling away, but the Westport Farmers Market is still going strong. As the accompanying photos attest, fans of farm fresh fruits and vegetables were undeterred by recent rainy weather in their quest for the final bounty of the season's harvest. "I think this is one of the best farmers markets around because of the diversity of foods and the uniqueness of some of the foods," said local photographer Mardi Dickinson. Ryan Fibiger, owner of Saugatuck Craft Butchery, tied up a pork shoulder while offering cooking and temperature advice on everything from a dry roast to pulled pork. Freshly cooked tamales, fresh vegetables, jams, jellies, hard-to-find mixed green combinations and not-so-common teas (blood orange and pear tea), the Westport Farmers Market has it all. "I get the mesclun mix," said Weston resident Susan Goodell while under the Roxbury-based Riverbank Farm tent. She loves the market because it "provides access to fresh, locally grown produce." Currently in an outdoor setting at 26 Imperial Ave., the market takes now takes place Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Nov. 17, it moves indoors to Gilbertie's Herb Gardens, 7 Sylvan Road; hours will remain 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays.