Cooler temps are finally here and farmer’s market season is in full swing! Here is a rundown of some basic info to know about each location before you head out! There is a NEW market WEDNESDAY NIGHTS at Sunrise Mountain Library/Camino A Lago Park starting in October! Be sure to check them out!
Blue Rooster Produce Stand:
23621 N. 91st Ave., Peoria Open every Saturday 8AM-1PM (October through April)
OPENING FOR THE SEASON October 13th
Locally grown fresh fruit, veggies, honey, eggs, pickles, and freshly baked pizza.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/blueroosterproduce/or instragram @blueroosterproduce
Campbell’s Farmer’s Market:
9098 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Peoria
First Saturday of every month 7AM-1PM
Fine art, baked goods, and local produce.
More info: http://www.jdcampbells.com
North Peoria EVENING Farmer’s Market:
21111 N. 98th Ave., Peoria @ Camino A Lago Park/Sunrise Mountain Library
Open every Wednesday evenings 4PM-7PM (October through April)
OPENING FOR THE SEASON October 3rd
Fresh produce, local dairy and meats, fresh bread, and more.
Peoria Farmer’s Market (Momma’s Organic Market):
9744 W. Northern Ave., Peoria
Open every Saturday 9AM-2PM (year round & held indoors June through August)
Over 60 vendors, including fresh produce, natural meet, honey, local dairy and eggs, handmade gifts. Food trucks and kids activities are also featured.
Pinnacle Peak Farmer's Market:
4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Glendale @ Wet N’ Wild
Open every Saturday 8AM-1PM (September through May)
Opening date September 15th
Fresh fruit, veggies, tamales, local honey, hot sauce, hummus, salsa, fresh bread, organic eggs.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/pinnaclepeakfarmersmarket or call (602)465-1343
Trilogy Farmer’s Market:
27980 N. Trilogy Blvd., Peoria
Fourth Saturday of every month 10AM-1PM (September through May)
Fresh produce, local vendors, honey, granola, breads, jams, organic beef, Alaskan seafood.
We hope to see many of our Upper West Siders out at these farmer’s markets this season. We encourage you to support these local vendors and markets!
By Kristi Hunter & Katie Roe