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Violin Serenades and Jersey Fresh Go Together at Chatham Farmers' Market

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P.J. of Melick's Town Farm entertains the shoppers in between produce sales at the Chatham Farmers' Market Credits: TAP Chatham
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Sunflowers were a hot item on a sunny morning at the Chatham Farmers' Market Credits: TAP Chatham
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The Crew soccer team and their coach warm up on the Lum field next to the Chatham Farmers' Market Credits: TAP Chatham
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Melick's Town Farm offered fresh-baked pies and cider at the Chatham Farmers' Market Credits: TAP Chatham
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The Chatham Farmers' Market was the place to be Saturday morning Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - P.J. of Melick's Town Farm had to make a tough choice - perform the sales or play the violin.

He managed to do both on Saturday at the Chatham Farmers' Market as Chatham residents took advantage of the comfortable morning weather to do some shopping at the train station.

P.J. has been playing the violin for 22 years and he played a tune for the shoppers at the Melick Town Farm stand on Saturday

 

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