It’s here, it’s here! Farmers market season is here! Head to the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market and Yoga in the Park every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM through May, and support dozens of local vendors offering fresh produce, unique goods, and prepared food and beverages. What better way to kick off your weekend than with a good yoga sesh and a little local shopping? Here are all of the details you need to know about the Saturday event locals love.
Yoga in the Park
Before you hit the market, it’s all about the outdoor yoga session at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park West every Saturday in May. Whether you’re brand new to yoga or an experienced yogi, give your body the stretching it deserves with this 45-minute donation-based class, hosted by the incredible folks at Yoga’s Arc. Namaste!
Farmers Market Vendors
There’s a lot to love about the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market, and first and foremost – the vendors. Stock up on your weekly produce with fresh fruits and vegetables from local farm stands like Desert Rose Farms, Live Crops, Adobe Mountain Farms, and Community Exchange Table. The gourmet food vendors are out of this world, with local favorites like Mama Mitchell’s Pound Cake, Bad Dog Salsa, Khepera Koffee, and Dr. Hummus. And don’t forget all of the self-care goods, like Body Butter Creations, Copper Crescent Botanicals, and Wickit Love Candle Co. Whether you’re looking to do your weekly shopping at the market, or pick up a gift for that special someone, there’s something for everyone at the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market.
Don’t miss out on Yoga in the Park 45-minute sessions every Saturday in May, starting at 9 AM at the Dr. A.J. Chandler Park West. Right after yoga, head on over to the market for your chance at shopping artisan goods, held every Saturday until 1 PM.
For all of the handcrafted goods, local farm produce, and one-of-a-kind gifts (and not to mention a solid yoga session), add the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market and Yoga in the Park to your weekend list.
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