Provo Farmers Market 2013

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It is that time of year again. The Farmers Market season will begin this weekend, Saturday, June 1.  The Provo Farmers Market is held each Saturday at Pioneer Park located at 500 West Center Street.

The Farmers Market is open for business from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, June through October. After the first Saturday of September, the Market moves the opening time to 10:00 am.

Starting in August the Farmers Market will also be held at Communal on 100 N University Avenue every Wednesday from 5 pm to 8 pm.

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  1. Kim

    Wednesdays at Communal?

    1. John

      Yes, August – October from 5-8 pm the Farmers Market will be at Communal. I will add that to the post.

  2. Kim

    That is AWESOME! I used to live in Minneapolis and the Farmers Market was held right downtown on the main street through downtown (equivalent to Center Street in Provo). I love that! Good job Provo!

  3. Kristi

    We are super excited that it is time again. We have attended the farmers market regularly each year and actually had a booth for several weeks 2 summer’s ago. However, we have noticed that it really needs something more to draw residents to come. Last year, a lot of people were driving to Salt Lake to attend their Farmers Market as they had a lot more events during the market to draw which is really sad. Are there new events planned for this year that might draw better? The city did an amazing job of redoing the park area and it would be great to get live entertainment, art shows with maybe community classes for gardening, arts or music lessons that people could get free admission to with the donation of food items for the community pantry. It would be a great draw to get people to come and create a more festive atmosphere.

  4. pate

    I went to the market this morning and was sad to see so few farm/produce vendors. Hopefully it’s just that it’s early in the season and we’ll see more produce as the summer settles in.

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