Weekends can get so busy, stop by and support your favorite vendor at the Farmers Market during the week. Homegrown, handmade, grass-fed and family farm-raised. Only the best from their families to yours. Bring a friend, share a selfie, and support local!
Isle Acre Farms in Leander CSA program invites you to come pick up your veggies at their farm stand Tuesday 3-6 pm. Pre-orders from their program. They also offer Farm classes for kids. Congratulations are in order for Becky and Pete – The Fall CSA program is available to sign up for. Tours and events on their wonderful farm will begin in the Fall. Offering real food and real happiness!
WilCo Farmers Market in Sun City Now open and full of great vendors to help and serve you. 9 am-12 pm. The freshest and the best in Sun City. Take a stroll through the market and enjoy their great atmosphere and friendly faces.
Pflugerville Farmers Market – Now open at the beautiful Green – Red Barn. Visit the many vendors on Tuesday evenings and collect all your heart desires and your fridge is calling for. Produce and free-range meats, jams and pickles. Specialty breads, candles and herbs, plants to start your own garden, honey and more. Tuesday evening’s 3-7 pm is the night to explore.
Savory Farmer’s Market at Travisso – At the Travisso Palazzo Clubhouse from 3 – 7 pm. This lil’ market started up in June and just gets better every week. A few of the items you can find are: Handcrafted clay flowers (never water and they never grow old) – Amazingly refreshing Ice cream- loose leaf teas – 14 K gold jewelry – Andreas’s food truck (taco’s n more) – Citronella Fairy Fire Candles – Veggies – melons – farm fresh eggs – farm fresh chicken – baked goodies – and treats for the puppy they will howl for. vendors Include Flat Creek Winery, Michelle East and her beautiful handmade pottery. The perfect evening market. Stop by for your goodies on the way home.
WilCo Farmers Market 10 am -2 pm https://www.wilcofarmersmarket.com/ One of Central Texas’ oldest markets- established in 1984. Between 7th and 8th Across from the Library. Fresh baked artisan bread, locally grown vegetables and fruit, organic self-care items, yummy canned goods and sauces, gluten-free pastas and more. Remember to check out their market on Tuesdays at Sun City under the trees and in the cool morning hours.