The farmers market in Pagosa Springs is a huge attraction in the spring, summer, and fall. People come from far and wide to host their booth. Here are some things you can expect from the Pagosa Springs Farmers Market:
- Food carts
- Fresh local produce
- Live music
- Gifts and art
- Friendly people
- Fun atmosphere
- Unique clothing and accessories
At the Pagosa Springs Farmers Market you can expect to find locally grown vegetables and fruits: arugula, peppers, cucumbers, garlic, green beans, herbs, lettuces, onions, potatoes, spinach, squash, tomatoes, zucchini, peaches, strawberries and more.
You can also get local grass-finished beef and lamb, free range chicken, eggs and cheeses. Locally produced baked goods and canned goods as well as herbal products and locally raised animal fiber goods.
You can expect live performances by local musicians, a delicious food court, picnic tables, and shade makes the Pagosa Springs Farmers Market a memorable experience.
Location and Time
2018 Pagosa Farmers Market
Saturdays 9:00am to 1:00pm
June 16 – September 15
191 E Pagosa St at the East Side Market.
There is spacious parking and it’s located within walking distance from downtown. Behind the Farmers market is a local park with hiking trails.
Getting a booth
If you would like to be involved in the Pagosa Farmers Market, please contact one of the following people:
Pauline Benetti, Market Coordinator (970) 264-5232
Phyl Daleske, Volunteer Coordinator (970) 731-4589
Barbara Asprey, Small Grower Co-op Coordinator (970) 264-1240
Ask about the SMALL GROWERS COOP offer, for growers who have extra produce but not enough to make a booth profitable.
The best choice for supporting locals, living healthy, and having fun. The Farmers market is a choice way to start your weekend morning in Pagosa Springs.
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