Saturday, July 20, 2013

Farmers Market in Fruita happens every Saturday morning beginning at 8:30 and ending at 12:30

These photos show a handful of the many booths you will find at Fruita Farmers Market every Saturday morning until Fall Festival in September. You'll find plenty of fresh vegetables and fruita, herbs and spices as well as one of a kind clothing, T-shirts, gourds, musical instruments made by hand, an art booth for the kids which is free, hand made soaps, local honey, plants, jewelry and so much more. Just come out and see.  My goal was to photo all, but my art camp booth for kids got very busy.

This week Flat Top Reed, one of the valley's top music groups, played for the crowds. What a treat!
See you next week!

B-B Bat Bar Ben Ranch produces hand made dulcimars and other musical instruments.

Oil and Acrylic paintings by local artist of local landscapes and more.

Joyce Lee Peterson's wonderful paintings are ready to hang in your home.

Wanda Valencia offers luscious peppers and vegetables
picked straight from her garden. Note the following photo.

A Cupcake a day will make that day smile from Loma Hill Farm.

These starts gives you the chance to plant your own.

FMS WOODS by M.J. Frafjord Ramaswamy, produces hand-made
wooden toys that will become treasures as your child grows up.

Zay Lopez "The Produce Peddler" can be reached at 703 725 6305.
Here, she shows off a nice variety of produce.

The Produce Peddler offers fresh flowers, and more.

Here you will find that special T-shirt for any
occasion as you see below.

Kris Clark's Produce Stand can fill your every need.
Want enough to freeze or can? Call 970 250 3117.

As always, Great Harvest Bread has samples of their wares.
You can't taste their fresh daily breads and go away empty handed.
I think this booth might be Clark's produce stand...

Flat Top Reed

If you haven't met the Soap couple, then it is time you do.
They must have over a hundred coals all with senses of the Valley.

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