Farmers market in the Dallas area are a lot of fun, and a lot less than the ones you might find in other cities.
The Dallas Farmers Market takes place from September through December, and you’ll find an array of vendors from local producers to local businesses.
This year, you can get the latest seasonal produce, as well as an assortment of organic and non-organic items.
While the price of fresh produce is generally a bit higher than what you might see at the grocery store, it’s a good deal if you’re looking for something new or if you just want to have something a little different for your kids.
If you’re not a farmer, the prices here are still quite affordable, and the selection of items will definitely help keep things fresh and tasty for everyone.
You’ll find some local farmers markets on the weekend too.
Check out the Farmers Market on Sundays for fresh produce and a variety of local and organic foods.
There are also many other fun things to do during the week, too, like watching concerts, visiting the zoo, or playing at the local kids’ carnival.
Here are some things to see during the month of September: Dallas Farmers Markets at the Zoo and Zoo Safari Park, September 27-30, 2019, Sunday through Thursday.
Learn more about the Zoo Safari park, which features a variety for children ages 2-8.
The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) will be hosting a free farmers market at the Texas Zoo on Sunday, September 26, 2019.
Check the Zoo’s website for more information.