Did you know there are more than 8,690 farmer's markets in the United States? There are so many great benefits to shopping at farmer's markets, including knowing where your food comes from and supporting local businesses. We're excited that North Peoria is finally getting our very own farmer's market.
New North Peoria Farmers Market
Beginning October 7, Get Local Arizona (formerly Momma's Organics) is launching the North Peoria Farmers Market (GetLocalArizonaEvents.com/sundaymarket) at Liberty High School (9621 W Speckled Gecko Dr). The market runs every Sunday morning, October to April, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Each week, there will be a variety of vendors, including farmers, local market vendors, artisans, food trucks, kids' activities, and more. Admission is free, and vendors accept both cash and card. Leashed, friendly dogs are allowed. Check the website for a list of current vendors.
Arrowhead Farmers Market Continues
For those who prefer a Saturday market, the Arrowhead Farmers Market takes place at Arrowhead Town Center (7780 W Arrowhead Town Center, Glendale) every Saturday, October to April, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This large market includes more than 80 vendors.
As with the North Peoria market, Arrowhead Farmers Market will feature items from farmers, local market vendors, artisans, food trucks, kids' activities, and more. Admission is also free and leashed, friendly dogs are welcome. Check out the current vendor list online at GetLocalArizonaEvents.com/Saturdaymarket.