The Las Colinas Farmers Market is a weekend treat for local food, produce, and handmade goods. Open every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM at 7701 North MacArthur Boulevard, it’s your best stop for healthy, fresh goods. Make sure to double-check before you go – the market does occasionally skip a week due to extreme weather conditions.
Support Local Vendors
One of the best reasons to stop by the Las Colinas Farmers Market is to support your local community! Vendors, farmers, artists, and chefs gather to show their goods created with care. Instead of giving your dollar to a corporate grocery company, consider giving it to your neighbor first.
Interact With the Community
While you’re supporting the community, it’s also fun to spend time with your neighbors and to meet new businesses you haven’t before heard of. Get to know more about the area, walk around in the open air, and maybe try something new. You never know who you’ll run into at the market!
The produce at farmers markets is some of the best around. From giant zucchini to plump and juicy strawberries, you’ll find an awesome variety of organic fruits and vegetables that look amazing, and taste darn good, too.
Beard oil, candles, ceramics, flowers, and jewelry. The Las Colinas Farmers Market offers a wide range of gift ideas, home goods, and decor. You can even find homemade treats for your pup! You can check the Four Seasons Markets events page for the full list of vendors attending each week.
The age-old rule of thumb about not going shopping hungry? Throw that out the window. Always come hungry to the farmers market, so you can load up on warm baked goods, fresh-pressed juice, and a selection of food trucks. Eat now, and take food home to eat later! It’s a win-win.
Looking for more fun around Las Colinas? Check out the Olympus Las Colinas blog for more.