Have You Been to the Farmer’s Market this Year?

If you haven’t been to the Farmer’s Market yet this year you still have time. Provo’s Farmers Market is held each Saturday at Pioneer Park (500 West Center Street) until October 29. The hours are 9 a.m.-2 p.m. through September 3, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. from September 10-October 29.
Expect to find plenty of produce, good food, crafts and even a poet. Elizabeth Mayes is a BYU student who has a “poetry stand” at the Provo Farmer’s Market and writes poems for people on the spot on the subject of their choice. If you see her ask her for a copy of the poem she wrote about the market.
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  1. I have been, and I love getting fresh, local produce there. I wish there was a better produce to “other stuff” ratio though (about 1 to 2 I’d guess).

    It certainly doesn’t line up with the expectation created by the name and logo.

  2. Just like SLC Farmers Market, there definitely are more craft booths than produce booths. However, there are customers for both types of merchandise.

    I have been a regular customer at the market since it began years ago in the parking lot across the street. The city has done so much to gradually upgrade it.

    There is no question that it’s the top Farmers Market in Utah Valley. It brings people into Provo from all the surrounding towns. The city has been wise to capitalize on its popularity by its continuous support.

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