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Paul Quinn Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 10.65 mi

Paul Quinn Farmers Market has an interesting history. Years back, Paul Quinn College in Dallas, TX came under severe financial difficulties. Part of the survival plan meant closing down the college’s football program, and the football field lay idle for a few years. The campus also sits on a federally recognized “food desert”. An inspired moment makes the school decide to convert the idle field into a community garden, the We Over Me Farm. With the help and expertise of Good Local Markets (GLM), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit farmers market, Paul Quinn College now operates a Thursday market for the community and helps alleviate the scarcity of fresh, healthy, and affordable food options. (It accepts LoneStar benefits.)The college is now thriving. Meanwhile, the farm, a source for the market's produce, counts the Dallas Cowboys among its clients.“It’s one thing for me to go around giving speeches about believing and hope (...) It’s something entirely different to give people tangible proof of hope.” - Michael J. Sorrell, Paul Quinn College President since 2007

(972) 849-2798

Downtown Waxahachie Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Waxahachie - 10.82 mi

The Waxahachie Downtown Farmer's Market is taking place every Saturday through October. The market is located at 410 S. Rogers. It offers a variety of different items for sale that includes fresh fruit, locally grown vegetables, eggs, fresh baked goods, honey, cheese, jams, jellies, salsas, locally raised beef and pork, grains, plants, jewelry, clothing, and home décor items. This is a "great place to get your farm to table/produce". You will "love the local raised beef and veggies". Also, the "Beard Commander & BC Seasonings & Rubs has a little flavor for every occasion". They also have a "wonderful selection of fresh-from-farm beef, pork, chicken & brown eggs from The Yellow Farmhouse!"

(469) 309-4111

The Midlothian Market

Farmers Market in Midlothian - 10.98 mi

At the Midlothian Market, they've got everything craft, food, and handmade.” Sponsored by the Midlothian Downtown Business Association, this open-air market is held every Saturday from May to mid-December, and is conveniently located at the Heritage Park, right in the historic downtown by the Larkin Newton log cabin. Its patrons can’t get enough of visiting the market regularly as it is a great place for a variety of shopping needs, clothing, housewares, healthy energy supplements, jewelry & hand-painted art.” For whatever needs or cravings, it will surely be hometown fun for all at the Midlothian Market!

(972) 775-2270

Tyler Street Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 14.73 mi

Tyler Street Market, a weekly Oak Cliff farmers market held on West 9th Street between Tyler and North Polk. You can check out their main page, Good Local Markets, for more information about the Tyler Street Market and our other markets. The website is https://www.goodlocalmarket.org/ "for the most up to date info!" You will be "looking forward to a great local season" once you visit the market. You will also "find locally grown fruits and vegetables, honey, meats and cheese, eggs, baked treats, arts and crafts, music, friendly people and overall the best that Dallas has to offer".

(214) 379-7097

Market Provisions

Farmers Market in Dallas - 16.93 mi

Market Provisions offers local fresh produce, and other healthy, delicious food items at the Dallas Farmers Market.  The owners/staff "personally know" the local farmers and artisans that stock their shelves," highlighting the quality of the products.  Some items sold by Market Provisions include granola, pastries, nuts, hydroponic lettuce, sprouts and shiitake mushrooms!

(214) 377-7612

Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 16.95 mi

In typical Dallas Fashion, the Dallas Farmers Market is much more upscale than what one would expect at a traditional farmers market. While some people might find this to be "inauthentic" it is still a very good concept for an urban area.

The Dallas Farmers Market has two areas:

  • The Shed: Which is your typical outdoor covered farmers market. Here you can find small vendors selling food, honey, cheese, desserts and so on.
  • Indoor: This is the more upscale part of the Dallas Farmers Market. This area is climate controlled and is home to many fixed restaurants and booths.
The market is open every day of the week but the Weekends are the days to go. If you're with friends and family, nothing beats the atmosphere of going to this farmers market. The outside venue is packed with local eateries and entrepreneurs. You can also get seasonal fruits and vegetables, homemade jewelry, plants, and other artisan food products.  It's a melting pot of culture, flavors, colors, and there is something for everyone. There are even vegan options!

(214) 664-9110

Greenville Avenue POP Farmer’s Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 17.07 mi

Greenville Avenue POP Farmer's Market is organized by Promise of Peace Community Gardens. The Greenville Avenue POP Market is open every other Sunday. This market is also now at the St Michaels market on Saturday 8-12 and in Sunday’s at Lakewood market 9-2. If you are interested in becoming a vendor at one of the markets, please reach out to Abi Barth, [email protected] They will "love to have you!" You can also get to "experience some delicious cuisine and beverages including wine and cocktails as well as the possibilities of a better tomorrow for all!" You can also check out their Facebook page for any updates.

(214) 240-9220

Ennis Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Ennis - 17.88 mi

The first Ennis Farmers Market day opened in April 2014. Today, it continues to be a popular Saturday morning ritual between April and October for many. With the aim to cultivate a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle, the market provides the community with fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, arts and craft items, herbs, soaps, baked goods, and more. They regularly have cooking demonstrations that takes advantage of the fresh ingredients available, and “Make It At The Market!” craft activities for the kids. “This market is everything good about Ennis encapsulated on one little street,” says one reviewer. “It may not be the largest market out there but it has the largest heart,” she continues.

(972) 878-4748

Grand Prairie Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Grand Prairie - 18.36 mi

The Grand Prairie Farmers Market is open 8am to 1pm every Saturday from March to December. Catch their popular monthly themed events – Crawfish Boils, Hatch Chili Festivals, cooking demos, etc. Organizers say they hold these events to “encourage small town family values and good old-fashioned fellowship”.These recent reviewers are probably not exaggerating. Voters of the American Farmland Trust judged this market #1 Best Farmers Market in Texas and Top 10 in the entire U.S. for 3 years in a row. Another reviewer says it’s “one of the largest small town farmers market in the Metroplex”.“This place is awesome!” “Excellent market lots of choices.– Recent Google reviewers

(972) 237-4599

Mansfield Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Mansfield - 18.69 mi

Mansfield Farmers Market in Texas has been continuously operating since 2004. "You can find really good deals here". Located at the Historic Downtown Mansfield area, it is an open-air market open from April to October. You will "love this market". "They are small but friendly and so many goodies.....pickles, eggs(chicken and duck), tamales, bread and tons of veggies". They have various local and organic produce, homemade bread, jellies, baked goods, allergy-free foods, free-range eggs, herbs and plants, handmade soaps, woodcraft, textiles, metalwork, home décor, and others. A "nice little market every Saturday. Opens right at 8:00 ....get there on time, as they run out of some things by 8:30...the tamales are excellent. The canned goods are fresh and so good. The jewelry booth run by a nice lady named Mo has some gorgeous hand made things".

The Downtown Market at The Local Farmer

Farmers Market in Mansfield - 19.13 mi

The Local Farmer is a business venture of two families. The idea is to have a farmers market-style business where locals can come in and experience what it is like to buy from local farmers and growers. From the outside, it looks like a modern family grocery store but inside, you will see that they carry local produce and products made by locals which you most probably won't see in commercial retail establishments that cater to big, national, and international brands. The Local Farmer takes it one step further and organizes The Downtown Market at The Local Farmer. This is a weekly farmers market. During this time of the month, The Local Farmer features not just produce and products, but the people behind them as well. They invite vendors to set up shop here, be it a table or a food truck, as long as they can give them space to display and sell their items, they are welcome. They are located in Mansfield, Texas.

(682) 400-8812

The Market Place DFW

Farmers Market in Mesquite - 20.42 mi

The Marketplace DFW is also known as "The marketplace in downtown Mesquite".  This is a family-friendly market that never fails to provide fresh produce, freshly baked bread, and other culinary treats. The market is open every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month and it never fails to impress with its mainstay vendors and new vendors rotating around every couple of weeks. You can check out their website for updated vendor lists and opening hours. ]

(469) 275-9616

Good Local Markets (Lakewood Village)

Farmers Market in Dallas - 21.21 mi

Good Local Markets is dedicated to showcasing all local produce, meats and eggs, bread and pastries, pickles, jams and specialty foods as well as local artisans with clothes, soaps, and more. Good Local staff also visit each farm and ranch, making sure that what is being sold at the market is grown locally. You will "really" enjoy buying at this market. You can also "DOUBLE THE VALUE of SNAP Dollars at the farmers market". "Anyone with Lonestar cards/EBT benefits can get their dollars matched up to $20 in additional free funds for fresh produce". They also accept "cash and card!" You can also check out their social media page and website for more updates. This Good Local Market is located at 6434 E Mockingbird Ln.

The Marketplace Mesquite

Farmers Market in Mesquite - 21.28 mi

The Marketplace Mesquite is one of two farmers markets operated by The Marketplace DFW, with the second market in Garland. Both are European-style community markets with local growers and artisans. The market is in partnership with Community Heart of Mesquite and located in downtown Mesquite. It hopes to contribute in the efforts to revitalize and promote the rich and unique heritage of the city.The market is open in the historic downtown every 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from April to November. Market hours are from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Expect to find fresh food items, local food trucks, live music from local artists, and much more.(Note: The Marketplace Garland is currently on hiatus until further notice.)

(469) 275-9616

Good Local Markets (White Rock)

Farmers Market in Dallas - 21.38 mi

Good Local Markets hosts the White Rock Farmers Market in the parking lot of Lake Point Church, 9150 Garland Rd. This is a recurring market and the market includes up to 50 vendors selling locally grown food and goods. Also, Good Local staff visits each farm and ranch. This is to make sure that what is being sold at the market is grown locally. "Tasty blueberries, garlic wands, honey sticks, tomatoes; people watching, dog watching, flower power, chalk drawing, egg longing, coop hoping, quiche eating, coffee-sipping FUN!" With "many different items to choose from", it is a"great way to support small businesses". Also, "always loving the feel-good vibes too!"

(781) 223-0655

White Rock Local Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 22.42 mi

White Rock Local Market is part of the Good Local Markets which is a 501 © 3 non-profit whose mission is to support local farmers and ranchers, incubate small businesses, increase food access, and cultivate healthy communities. "You can get farm-fresh veggies, eggs, chicken that comes from the farm". And, "like everyone has said, it's a large market and full of good things". You will also "love coming here". "It's fun to walk around, meet the farmers and artisans, and shop for croissants, eggs, pies, and don't miss the chocolate peppermint popsicle at Pop Star Popsicles" too. Also, you should "see the web site for a list of vendors, but you will find everything from, crafts, clothing, dog-related items to plants, meat farmers, baked goods and fresh eggs from a variety of fowl". Also, "get there early if you want duck eggs, they sell out quickly!"

Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 22.64 mi

 A quick survey of Saint Michael’s Farmers Market’s reputation on the web should convince you to try this North Dallas farmers market. Established in 2012 by the Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, the farmers market is a non-profit community outreach ministry of the church. Held at the church’s north parking lot, it opens seasonally from April to September every Saturday (8:00am to 12:00pm).The market won Dallas’ Best Neighborhood Farmers market in 2017 by DMagazine. It also has good reviews on review sites, social media, and blogs. They have over 30 vendors each Saturday, making them one of the larger farmers markets in Dallas. In addition, the market also provides exercise classes and live entertainment each week. Tip: Check out their website for a complete list of participating vendors each week.“It is undoubtedly the best farmers market (in) the Metroplex!” – Facebook fan

(214) 363-5471

Arlington Foodies Farmer’s Market

Farmers Market in Arlington - 23.64 mi

Food is the main “glue” that binds the Arlington Foodies Farmer’s Market. Their organizers, the Arlington Foodies, initially organized a “secret” Facebook group “to help build and grow” dining destinations in Arlington. They're ordinary people - the loyal and casual customers, the restaurant owners, grocers, and wholesale food distributors. Most importantly, they all have an interest in food.Over the years, the group gained a large following. Ongoing projects include a bi-weekly produce co-op pickup point, a discount ID card, and the monthly 4th Saturday farmer’s market. (Operating hours are from 2:00pm to 6:00pm.) They even have public movie nights. All projects aim to develop a “positive atmosphere” while “promoting kindness and respect” and show Arlington “in the best light!”

(817) 793-2636

Heartland Market Days and Farmer’s Market

Farmers Market in Forney - 23.96 mi

Heartland is a 2100-acre Master Planned Community. This is located 25 miles east of Downtown Dallas, in Kaufman County, Texas. Their "Market Days at Heartland" will be posted on "Facebook, community newsletter, and signs". You can also "bring your handmade items, small business items, baked items, vegetables, meats, etc. and plan to have a great day!" Also, the specific location of Heartland Market Days and Farmer's Market is at the Heartland Park, 2020 Heartland Parkway, Heartland TX 75126. You may also contact Sharon Wilson, Lifestyle Director, Heartland Community Association at 972-564-1511 at work; 214-437-8450 personal cell.

(972) 564-1511