The Fountain Hills Farmers’ Market & Art on the Avenue returns to Fountain Hills this fall with a robust line-up of food vendors and local artisans!
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Thursday starting October 31 through mid-April at the median on the Avenue of the Fountains between Sahauro Boulevard and La Montana Drive, the Fountain Hills Farmers’ Market & Art on the Avenue will host a variety of local food vendors featuring everything from freshly grown produce, handmade cheese, sea salt to artisans who have created paintings, copper work, purses, jewelry and much more.
Here’s a look at some of the food vendors who have already signed on for the fall season:
- Gina’s Homemade
- Noble Bread
- Go lb. salt
- Dry Bay Fish Co.
- Grate Roots
- Tamale Store
Market co-coordinator Aaron Eckburg expects to have over 50 food vendors signed on before the market launches in October. “We’ve already added 11 new vendors for next season and that number is growing every day.” Interested food vendors should email email@example.com for more information.
Ecburg’s co-market coordinator Judi Yates returns to “Art on the Avenue” and expects to host over 75 local craftsman and artisans on a rotating basis each week. Yates is actively seeking artists who produce their own original work for this weekly event and interested artists and craftsman can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including permitting and pricing.
The site for the market will go live Sept. 15! Click here!
About Fountain Hills Farmers’ Market & Art on the Avenue:
Launched on the Avenue of the Fountains in 2008, the Fountain Hills Farmers’ Market & Art on the Avenue has expanded to a bustling farmers’ market and art exhibition open Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Starting October 31, 2013 and running through mid-April 2014. For more information visit www.fhfarmersmarket.com or call 602-888-MRKT.