The Farmers’ Market is modeled in the style and colors of open markets in North Holland with dark green and sparkling white finishes, a red roof, a copper steeple and decorative shutters. In the Netherlands, each village has a set weekday for “Market Day.” In Orange City, an active Farmers’ Market operates through the summer and early fall. The market features homegrown vegetables, fruits, flowers and homemade baked goods. The cupola on the roof is a replica of one found in the village of Volendam. The rooster weathervane is a familiar European embellishment and a symbol of the cock crowing before the crucifixion of Christ—a reminder to be awake and vigilant. This rooster had the nickname “Booster Rooter” because Orange City’s Dutch Heritage Boosters helped finance the reconstruction of the market.