Plano Farmers Market

The new Plano Farmer’s Market just opened up yesterday near downtown Plano. Come check out all about it and shop local!

Open every Sunday from 10am-3pm the Plano Farmers Market has lots to offer. There were more than a dozen vendors set up with a variety of goods. Some vendors include local honey, grass-fed beef,  crafters, sweets, and local farmers selling fresh produce at amazing prices!

Shop Local and Fresh at the Plano Farmers Market!

The Farmers Market is located just NE of downtown Plano in the parking lot of the Plano Municipal Center.  (1520 K Avenue, 75024)  This will be a year-round operated by Red Tent Markets.

I had a chance to visit on opening day and it was so fun! I wasn’t expecting to love everything I saw and I came away with some local goodies myself!!   I can definitely see myself going to back to get weekly fresh produce from the produce stands. Next time I want to talk more to grass-fed beef Man too. The good news is that all the vendors I spoke to took credit cards!

 

All the vendors were so nice to talk to and happy to tell you about their products. This would definitely be a place you can take kids, but please take note, there are no dogs allowed on site. I also did not see any restrooms when I was there so be advised. I could have missed them though 🙂

The Plano Farmers Market will be year round and run every Sunday from 10am-3pm.

Shannon

Shannon is Mommy to 2 kids, Wife, and Teacher. She was born and raised in Plano. After graduating from Baylor (sic' em!!) she returned to Plano to teach. With two young kids attending Plano Schools, she is a true Plano Mom (and a soccer Mom!!). She loves writing about parenting topics and fun events for kids around town.

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Free or Cheap Things to Do With Kids says June 14, 2017

[…] Markets There are several Farmer’s Markets around the area including a brand new on to Plano that is open on Sundays. These markets usually have lots to check out and see. You can get local […]

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