Hello, sunshine. Move over, rain. The curtain of gray is expected to lift for opening day at Sisters Farmers Market.

“The weather forecast is calling for ‘abundant sunshine’ on Sunday,” said market manager Rachel Kelleher. “It’s going to be beautiful.”

The market debuts its new day and time, Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning this Sunday, June 2. The band Appaloosa will get people’s toes tapping. Yoga, kids’ activities, and lunch will also be on the

menu.

Old favorites like Mahonia Gardens and new vendors including Seed to Table will bring fresh produce grown right here in Sisters. Jade’s Mountain Farm will bring plant starts. Planter boxes, eggs, and Mama Celia’s Gourmet oils and vinegars are among the products expected.

Lunch is a new offering at Sisters Farmers Market. The Caravana food truck will debut an eclectic menu of fusion foods. Due to a death in the family, Kid Made Camp won’t be bringing the Simple & Fresh food cart for Opening Day. The cart will offer ceviche, tostadas, and smoothies starting June 9.

The Market will present yoga on the lawn for the first time. Throughout June, Naji’s Midtown Yoga of Bend will host a one-hour vinyasa yoga class beginning at 11:30 am. There is a suggested donation of $5-10. Bring a towel to stretch out on.

While changing its day and time, the market has kept its fairly new location: Fir Street Park, on the corner of Main Avenue and Fir Street. The park features a bandshell stage and a splash pad for kids to play in on hot

days.

Sisters Farmers Market takes place Sundays at Fir Street Park from the beginning of June all the way to the end of September, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, visit www.

sistersfarmersmarket.com.