After being closed for about a year, The Reston Farm Market has reopened with a fall festival that will run through mid-November.
The market, located at Route 7 and Baron Cameron, was formerly Norman's Farm Market and was a popular spot year-round, but particularly for pumpkin and cider season.
The re-opened, seasonal market has bounce houses for the little ones, a small petting zoo, a kids' train ride, and, of course, pumpkins and cider for sale. On the weekends, there is live entertainment and face painting.
The market is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.