Spring has sprung (in spite of yesterday’s freak mid-day snowstorm). That means it’s time for the Boulder Farmers’ Market once again! The market is open twice per week (Wednesday evenings begin in May) and it’s your go-to destination for healthy shopping, eating, and supporting local merchants.
The Boulder Farmers’ Market has been a city fixture since 1986. Today, it’s the place for vendors all across the Front Range to share their wares and meet their customers. The market is located on 13th and Canyon, adjacent to Central Park. If you’re heading down, I definitely recommend taking a bike as parking in the area can be brutal. However, if you don’t mind parking in a garage, there are multiple city lots within walking distance and it’ll only cost you $1.25 per hour and an elevator ride (or a few flights of stairs).
The Boulder Farmers’ Market has the longest season of any farmers market in Colorado (another reason why Boulder is awesome). You can check out the market news here and get information about hours and location here.
I’m excited to see the market opening this weekend and hope to see you around. I’ll be the (or one of many here in Boulder) redhead with a few bags of raw veggies. There will also be a giddy-up in my step as I’ll be itching to get home to cook!
Saturday Market Hours: 8AM to 2PM
Wednesday Market Hours: begins first Wednesday in May, 4PM-8PM
Read more about organic shopping in Boulder.