At Lexington Farmers Market, you can expect fresh vegetables and fruits, grass-fed beef, pastured pork & poultry, eggs, herbs, honey and so much more. It offers "such a great family activity" for the "little town" of Lexington. There are "live music, vendors selling unique, hand made items, face painting & snow cones!" There are even "beautiful plants" and "fresh produce" available. You will "love people & their gifts, talents, and abilities". They are also accepting local vendors who would like to have a booth in the market. They are mostly open every Saturday. You can check out their website for the updated schedule.
Indulge in the vibrant La Grange Farmers Market, an enticing hub open every Saturday, 8:00am to 2:00pm, located at Fayette County Courthouse Square – 151 N Washington Street. Immerse yourself in the heart of Central Texas' artisanal and culinary culture. Explore a diverse array of offerings, from farm-fresh produce and delectable baked goods to charming homegrown plants. While meat products aren't available, the market thrives with homemade delights and handcrafted treasures, exclusively offered by local residents. Join our vendor community without financial commitments, though spaces operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Explore Burton Farmers and Artisans Market, situated along 307 Main St. Discover local delights, sponsored by Burton Chamber of Commerce on the first Saturday monthly, April to November.
Hosted at the iconic Texas Cotton Gin Museum grounds, offering tours highlighting the significance of Texas' cotton industry. Witness the oldest operating cotton gin in the U.S. Immerse in the Cotton Gin Festival each April for a firsthand view of this historic process. Join us for a vibrant market experience in Burton, Texas.
Discover Bastrop 1832 Market, a vibrant gathering of small family farmers, artisans, and producers in Texas. Shop for fresh produce, artisan crafts, and homemade goods while supporting the local community. Enjoy cooking demos, pet adoption events, and live music. Join us at Bastrop 1832 Market and make a positive impact.
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