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Fall at the Las Vegas Farmers' Market

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Visit a green destination and fill your cupboards with locally produced products and support local artisans and farmers to boot. Buying local and supporting local farmers is a recognized sustainable practice and tastes good too. The Las Vegas Farmers' Market is a great afternoon stop and will add to your groceries perfectly. The Las Vegas Farmers' Market features locally grown produce (locally includes California), craftsman, bakeries, hot dog stands, pizza stands, snow cones and treats. Some non-profit and for-profit companies also have information booths about products and services.

The fall brings in great produce and craft-made choices. Plus you have to pick up a hot dog and come kettle corn while you shop. Other items to look for include roasted corn, fresh nuts, caramel popcorn and treats from Sasa Sweets - all worth a stop. Check out the authentic hand crafted European style breads and cakes. The Farmers' Market often has blood oranges, asparagus, beets, leaf greens, nuts, pasta, salad mix, fresh cut flowers, bedding plants, avocados, squash, pomelos and bok choy. Local artisans and artists with hand made arts and crafts including hand created custom jewelry.

Get out and enjoy the cooler weather and support a local, green community resource.
Buy fresh and local and enjoy the fall in Las Vegas, at the Las Vegas Farmers' Market. For more information on other upcoming locations of the Las Vegas Farmer's Market visit

Locations include:

Gardens Park Farmers' Market
On Tuesdays

Bruce Trent Park Farmers' Market
On Wednesdays

Floyd Lamb Park Farmers' Market
Third Saturdays of every month




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