The Española Farmers Market will be having an all-day free chile roasting from 10 am-4 pm on Labor Day, September 2 with an heirloom chile cook-off at 1:30 pm. Customers can have any bushel of chile purchased at the market roasted free throughout that day. Students from the summer Cooking Up Traditions program will be assisting with the Chile Fest tasting and display of heirloom chile by various growers.
Enjoy the traditional music of Don Bernardo y Los Ultimos midday during every Monday Market through October 28. The Market is located at 1105 North Railroad Avenue in Española. Come meet old friends, visit with farmers, discover what is growing weekly in the fields and shop for delicious fruits and vegetables.
Visitors can find fresh corn, peaches, apricots, onions, beans, tomatoes, potatoes of every variety, herbs, chile, horno-roasted chicos, fresh chard, salad greens, local honey, fresh tamales, grass-fed lamb, and other treats. We accept WIC, Senior FMNP, EBT (SNAP) and DUFB as well as cash money.
Children will be able to select a book from the free Kids’ Book Exchange. The 2018 Market postcard is available, and pick up some free bilingual recipe cards at the Market stalls. You can stroll in our Wildflower Garden or wander behind the plaza to see what is growing in the Community Fields. Join your neighbors and friends at the Española Farmers Market. Every Market is a special day! Contact Sabra Moore at 505-685-4842 for more inforation.
BY SPECIAL REQUEST: Another posting of our special program about the farmers' market in Northern New Mexico.
MARKET UPDATE: We accept EBT. We no longer accept Debit. Customers are bale to buy food with wooden tokens that the vendor redeems at the end of the market day. You can sell any food for the EBT tokens, including honey, jams and bread. Last year the market redeemed $12,095 in EBT/SNAP sales.