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Downtown Waxahachie Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Waxahachie - 0.53 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 - 10.85 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

Ennis Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Ennis - 13.42 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

Mansfield Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Mansfield - 20.71 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".

Paul Quinn Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 20.91 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

The Downtown Market at The Local Farmer

Farmers Market in Mansfield - 21.11 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

Tyler Street Market

Farmers Market in Dallas - 24.81 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