Colorado Pride- Local Farmer’s Markets
What’s one place that you can see the culture of a city shine through? A farmer’s market. These fantastic little set ups display an array of hard working individuals selling local goods, produce, crafts, and business ventures. When you really want to see the soul of a city, take a walk around a market, taste the delicious fare it has to offer, discuss distinctive leather works and soaps with the person who built them from scratch. Thankfully, there’s always a local market to encounter in Colorado!
Boulder hosts a Farmer’s Market every Saturday (8am-2pm) and Wednesday (4pm-8pm) located on 13th street between Canyon and Arapahoe. They pride themselves on selling local fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, baked goods, and more!
Fort Collins pulls out all the stops with its Farmer’s Market on Sundays and Wednesday, both days 11am-3pm. Located at the corner of Harmony and Lemay in front of Ace Hardware, they offer a variety of high quality produce, plants, fruits, honey and speciality products.
Buy and eat local in support of businesses in your community! Enjoy discovering the culture of your own town 🙂