Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and there’s still one last chance to create a feast with local flair by visiting the Boulder Farmers’ Market season finale on Nov. 19.
If your table is donning turkey or tofu – or both – you’ll find excellent localized items at the Farmers’ Market to make your feast truly spectacular. The Boulder Farmers’ Market remains one of the Front Range’s most popular such open-air markets. In fact, the Boulder Farmers’ Market has the longest running season that you’ll find locally.
The market takes place on 13th Street between Canyon and Arapahoe in Boulder. The hours are from 8 am to 2 pm.
The market is home to dozens of amazing farmers who grow their goods locally. You also will find a variety of artisans and craftspeople. Here you can find everything from fresh baked bread to vegetables to organic products.
This year’s Boulder Farmers’ Market is the perfect way to find the staples you need for your Thanksgiving feast – as well as pick up some surprises to help complete the fantastic celebration of gratitude.