Bozrah Farmers Market takes on a flair of the old fashioned and fanciful
Bozrah — This Friday was steampunk night at the farmers market.
Steampunk is a creative movement that reimagines the technologies and fashions of Victorian England and America's Wild West as elaborate works of art and mechanics. Several attendees showed up at the Bozrah Farmers Market wearing garb and fanciful accessories.
The market runs from 4 to 7 p.m. on Fridays from July through Oct. 9.
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