Every first Saturday of the month, the Comanche Farmer's Market brings together locals and visitors in a delightful gathering. From 9 am to 12 pm, vendors set up shop on the South side of the Comanche Courthouse Square, right at the heart of Comanche County. Here, you can explore a wonderful variety of homegrown, handcrafted, and handmade treasures, including fresh produce, local honey, farm-fresh eggs, flavorful jams, herbs, infused oils, goat's milk soaps, baked goods, as well as exquisite artisanal jewelry and woodwork. This monthly event is proudly organized by Revitalize Comanche, making it a vibrant addition to the community.
Discover Brownwood Area Farmers Market in Texas, open from May to October since 2009. Saturdays, 9am-1pm, at Bank of America parking lot (Baker & Main St.). Join the CSA group for fresh produce from Todd's Organic Garden, Freda's Garden, Blakes Produce, Hall's Orchard, Newman Farms, Oak Creek Orchard, Mosier Farms, Duren Farms, and more! Find meats, dairy, and artisanal goods from local farms too!
Lampasas County Farmer’s Market & Crafts is located at the Square in downtown Lampasas, Texas. Vendors here sell farm items as well as handmade items. Vendors are locals who own small businesses located in and near Lampasas. Through the farmers market, they can reach customers and generate traction for their businesses, which is very important to become successful in the long term. The farmers market typically opens between 8 AM to 9 AM. Stalls inside the farmers market will start closing up by 12noon, but if there are more visitors, you can expect to see them open until 2 PM. Come here with your family or friends! This is a great place to spend time in.
Explore Copperas Cove Farmers Market, a project of Copperas Cove Parks & Recreation and the city's Tourism Department. Open every Thu, 4-7pm, May-Oct at City Park Parking Lot. Discover vendors with military backgrounds offering produce, artisanal goods, prepared food, and specialty items. Providing healthy options for the community, with a family-friendly atmosphere near playgrounds, ponds, and duck ponds.
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