THE FARMERS MARKET IS BACK THIS SATURDAY!!
We are excited to be kicking off our first market this Saturday, June 5th. We ask that you do not come any earlier than 8:30 am for your safety and so the vendors have time to set up their booth.
There is a real sense of community at our local farmers market. It’s the place to be on a Saturday morning and fun to run into someone you know or who lives down the street and shares your same interest in buying fresh local produce from the person who grows it.
You see most of the same vendors and customers at the market every week. Offering that kind of community connection is addicting.
Each Saturday our local parking lot is transformed into a community gathering place. In the early morning hours, our vendors begin setting up fresh produce and baked goods while local artisans display their work.
You may also find a couple of non-profit’s that add to our community. Soon thereafter the parking lot welcomes the community customers who network with the small businesses that support our community.
You don’t just find the seasonal ripe produce or the sweet ear of corn, but just being at the market has a fun vibe. Chatting with so many individuals who are looking for fresh local produce and look forward to their weekly visit to the FM. Talking and learning from our farmers who travel to the market every week and appreciate the hard work that goes into a day of harvesting, cleaning and sorting to sell their valued produce and then tell you how it’s best eaten and used in recipes. It’s the whole FM experience and you just can’t get that in a grocery store.
The market should enrich the community and continue to provide a safe place to connect. Our Market does just that. It provides an opportunity for our valuable vendors to thrive and contribute to our local economy. We would love for you to visit and see for yourself all that is the Carson Farmers Market!
The market may look a little different this season, we are in a new location, but we have so many returning vendors along with so many new vendors.
*Per the Governor’s directive, per the CDC guidelines, masks are not required if you have been fully vaccinated.