Tuesday Jan 27 2009 comments Denio's Past and Present By: Photos by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-Tribune -A +A Buy This Photo Now Jim Denio auctioning off lumber at the lumberyard in the early 1950s. Jim Denio (with mic), with his son Ken behind him, at an auction in 1968. Denio's grew from a single fruit stand in 1947 into a farmer's market, auction and swap meet open on Saturdays. Denio's today stretches over 70 acres in Roseville and is open year-round Fridays through Sundays. Nick Stasuc has been running a produce stand at Denio's Farmers' Market and Swap Meet since 1986. Adam Karapetyan, who has been selling leather goods at Denio's for 13 years, credits the open-air market for all his knowledge of the retail business, creating the foundation needed to open his own store, Bikerwear US in Folsom, four years ago. Milly Stasuc runs a second produce stand within the farmers market.