Alivia Broady, 3, gives her mom, Shauna, a look after being offered a piece of artisanal cheese along with her brother, Bronson, 6, during Farms Market’s grand opening celebration in Everett on Thursday. Located on Grand Avenue in downtown Everett, Farms Market will be a year-round market offering goods from local farmers. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Alivia Broady, 3, gives her mom, Shauna, a look after being offered a piece of artisanal cheese along with her brother, Bronson, 6, during Farms Market’s grand opening celebration in Everett on Thursday. Located on Grand Avenue in downtown Everett, Farms Market will be a year-round market offering goods from local farmers. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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