Saturday, September 9, 2017

Ten years for the Española Farmers Market blog!

Ten years ago we started the blog for the Española Farmers Market. Back then, we were preparing to move to our present location. Find out more by enjoying a blast into the past on our blog.

What progress and fun over the last decade! And there's more to come to when the market closes for the season in late October 2017 this year.

Review of news: The Friday markets weren't held this year. The enthusiasm and participation was transferred to the Monday markets. And did you drop in to see the broader community festival that included the farmers' market over the Labor Day weekend. It was great!

On Labor Day the farmers' market was packed with vendors, shoppers, and people enjoying live music, a cooking project for the young people, a wool demonstration, free books for kids of all ages, heritage chile tasting, and much more. The bathrooms haven't opened yet. Did you see the goats?

We'll be enjoying the images gathered over the next few weeks. Stay tuned!

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