West Broad Farmers Market started slowly on Saturday, Dec. 7, with the announcement from the deejay signaling the beginning. Vendors ventured around to talk to friends, and customers were in no rush to get in and get out, lingering around their favorite booths. To fight the chilly weather, one vendor made a small fire for others to gather around and some bundling up with jackets and hats. While the future of the market is uncertain, attendees cherished the second-to-last meeting of the season. Kids fed the chickens and played cornhole. One group quietly practiced yoga beyond the rows of growing crops while workers chopped wood and checked on the grounds. The constant yet smaller ebb and flow of customers kept the market going at a calm yet steady pace.