So much so that it makes the entire experience a struggle. I often leave the market early and without visiting all the vendors I want to because of the stress of being in such a confined space with no room to move. 4.) The Church Street School has woefully inadequate parking for even the most conservative event. The Farmers Market draws a huge crowd, and from all over town, not just walking distance. In winter more people are apt to drive their cars, unfortunately there is no where to park. Parking on the street is difficult, and because it is usually filled on both sides all the way to town park cars it leaves a single lane for traffic causing gridlock. Cars spillover into the library parking lot which no doubt infuriates the users of the library, as I was unable to drop off my returns due to every spot being filled. The last 3 market dates I've had to park at town park and walk. Which sounds feasible but becomes difficult, even a safety issue once you are laden with market goods and have children in tow, then are expected to descend from a 2nd floor only to spill out into the street and have to play Frogger with enraged drivers trying to find a parking spot. It is only a matter of time before someone gets hit. I experienced none of these issues with the indoor Newmarket Farmers market, it was held in an appropriate venue. Although I can appreciate that the Cultural Center has an interest in hosting the Farmers Market, but they are no where close to being able to accommodate what is required. The Church Street school is set up to be a school and a museum after all, not a Farmers Market. The Aurora Farmers Market committee needs to seriously get their heads out of the Cultural Centers ass and address their indoor needs for the coming fall/winter. I expect that several community centers, our Lion's Hall, Library, Food Bank or any number of businesses could provide a much more enjoyable environment, one where the community and culture can be properly appreciated.