Farmer’s Market

04/21/2018 - 07/21/2018, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site is holding Farmers Markets under the live oak trees outside the park’s Visitor Center every third Saturday, from April through July.   Local vegetables, fruits, snacks from food trucks, baked goods, artisan items and more will be sold at this free event, sponsored by the Washington on the Brazos Park Association.

Vendors include Scott Family Farm from Anderson, TX (Texas eggs and pasture fed pork and beef); Busy Bee Apiary and Apothecary (honey, handmade soaps and lotions); Land of Milk and Honey Vegetable Farm, LLC from Navasota, TX (Texas seasonal produce); Nonny’s Niche from Hempstead, TX (restored furniture, repurposed barn wood and old window décor); JD Woodworks from Plainview, TX (woodcrafts); Jimmy Jams from Pasadena, TX (homemade jams and pickles); Debbie Wellmann (homemade baked goods and jellies); Barbara Kmeic (homemade linens); Eppler Farms (eggs); Wolff Family Farms (seasonal produce and fresh cut flowers); Smitty’s Cafe (Texas homemade cookies, pies and breads); Bangles & Botanicals (Homemade jewelry, homemade organic personal care products); Friden’s Church (church cookbooks); Anthony Caporina (original paintings, watercolors & pencil sketches) and food trucks, The Flava Trailer from Brenham, TX (hamburgers, chicken wings, French fries and snow cones) and Thai Cowboy (spring rolls, noodle dishes).

A Master Naturalist from the Texas Master Naturalist program will offer an education booth and kids activities.

The markets will be held rain or shine since vendors can move inside. Parking and admission to the park are free, as always.

Farmers and vendors interested in participating should contact Celeste Doty for more information at 936-878-2214 ext. 230, or celeste.doty@tpwd.texas.gov.

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