The annual Charlie-Thornberry Pecan Festival is Thursday.
Farmers say they have a full black-eyed pea crop this year.
Blackberry day is Saturday at the Downtown Wichita Falls Farmers Market.
Downtown Wichita Falls Development sponsored the market this year after taking over the operation from the city of Wichita Falls. Farmers say that change in command really revitalized the market and brought in more business.
The city of Wichita Falls' first Watermelon Fest will start Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Downtown Wichita Falls Farmer's Market.
Farmers are cooking up homemade black eyed peas and cornbread, and giving out free samples at the Wichita Falls Farmers Market Saturday.
Recent storms skipped over the Charlie-Thornberry area, so the farmers' crops weren't damaged by hail or gusting winds. And thanks to recent rains, growers say they have surplus of two crops that have been hard to come by these past couple years.