From left to right, Dave Freeland Sr., Steve Doucette and Helen Kemmery of Raindance Traders stand in front of items they had for sale Saturday at the farmers' market at the corner of West Beale and Evelyn streets. Raindance Traders owns the property the market is held on. Raindance suffered a devastating fire that burned the entire building to the ground in May, but the summer and fall farmers' market has continued as usual. Raindance Traders is trying to "get back on their feet" and selling some items while they do so. Doucette said that people can call them at (928) 753-7777 and Raindance Traders will go out to meet them to sell items. The farmers' market continues to offer Southwest collectibles, jewelry and Native American arts as well as fresh local produce and eggs each Saturday morning.