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Complete Guide to Denver Area Farmers Markets 2017

Union Station Farmers Market, Union Station Plaza 1701 Wynkoop St.

Saturdays, 9am-2pm, June 3rd-October 28th

Union Station Farmers Market focuses on local vendors with 40+ purveyors including Haystack Mountain Cheese, Highland Honey Bees, Pappardelle's Pasta, and 5 Guest Vendors. Some of the restaurants at Union Station like Mercantile Dining + Provisions even have a stand to support their farm to table mission. Bought to you by Boulder County Farmers Market.

Slow Food Farmers Market at The Source, 3350 Brighton Blvd.

Sundays, 10am-2pm, May 29th-October 30th

Slow Food Farmers Market is a collaboration between Slow Food Denver ( and The Source to host a community run market based on the Slow Food principles of Good, Clean, and Fair. All of these Colorado vendors share these principles and promise to promote them through their production and environmental impact. Each week also features 2 guest vendors.

Old South Pearl Street Farmers Market, 1200-1900 Block South Pearl St.

Sundays, 9am-1pm , May 21st-Nov 19th

The South Pearl Street Market with 100+ vendors in its 16th season and spanning 27 weeks is really a run of its own. Brought to you by NobHob events, the market includes special events like an annual Chili Cook Off, Pet Adoption Fair, and Halloween Parade. Don't forget to check out their music events like Blues & Brews and Brew Grass. Stick around for fall and winter events like Oktoberfest and Winterfest, where you can catch a horse-drawn sleigh ride while drinking a hot cider!

Mo' Betta Green MarketPlace includes Five Points and Park Hill Markets. Mo’ Betta Green MarketPlace‘s vision is to build a sustainable food model that impacts health disparities and supports small business development. Their mission is to provide fresh food and produce and they do that accompanied with education and demonstrations.

Five Points, Sonny Larson Park

Saturdays, 9am-2pm, June 14th-October 11th

Park Hill, 3435 Albion Street

Wednesdays, 9am-2pm, July 2nd-October 8th

Colorado Fresh Markets includes the City Park, Cherry Creek, Golden, and Stapleton Markets and has been considered the “Cadillac of farmers markets” according to Colorado Biz Magazine. Colorado Fresh Markets presents a high quality group of Colorado growers and unique local gourmet food vendors representing the best of the Rocky Mountain region. Enjoy chef demonstrations, kitchen and garden products, gardening tips from Master Gardeners, as well as live music.

City Park Esplanade Street

Sundays, 9am-1pm, June 4th-October 29th

Cherry Creek, E. 1st Ave & University Blvd

Saturdays, 8am-1pm, May 6th-October 28th

Wednesdays, 9am-1pm, June 14th-September 27th

Golden, 1019 10th St

Saturdays, 8am-1pm, June 3rd-October 7th

Stapleton, 7351 E. 29th St

Sundays, 8:30am-12:30pm, June 18th-October 15th

Metro Denver Markers Market includes Wheatridge, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, and Southwest Plaza Market. Metro Denver Farmers’ Market is the oldest farmers’ market in the Denver area. They have been in business for 39 years and many of their farmers are from generations of Colorado farming families, locally grown in all ways. Their aim is to bring the freshest, local produce directly to you. All locations are part of the SNAP Program and accept EBT card for payment.

Wheatridge, 8235 W. 44th Ave

Thursdays, 10am-2pm, July 2nd- September 28th

Littleton, 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive

Wednesdays, 10am-2pm, June 14th-October 11th

Highlands Ranch, 9288 Dorchester St.

Sundays 10am-2pm, May 7th-October 29th

Lakewood, 9077 W. Alameda Avenue

Saturdays, 10am-2pm, June 17th-October 28th

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