We can't wait to see you on April 4th to kick off the 2015 season!
Boulder Farmers' Market and Longmont Farmers' Market will re-open on Saturday April 4th, 2015 at 8am.
CSA Happy Hour: Wednesday March 18, 5-7pm
Left Hand Brewery Tasting Room
1265 Boston Ave, Longmont, Colorado
About the event
Join Boulder County Farmers' Markets and 10 of our vendors (listed below) at Left Hand Brewery to learn about your options for community supported agriculture shares this year—everything from fruits and veggies to eggs and meat. Make a commitment to eat fresh, local food every week at a great value, and in turn, support your farmers as they begin to invest in preparation and planting for the coming season. Left Hand has an incredibly strong presence in the community, and has been at the farmers markets, both as a guest and in the beer garden. We're so excited to work with them on this event.
Food & drink
The first 50 guests will get a free 1/2 dozen eggs from Jodar Farms! Come by and grab a fresh beer or rootbeer from our friends at Left Hand, and enjoy hearing about 10 different CSA programs in the area.
Aspen Moon Farm, Jodar Farms, Oxford Gardens, Sol Y Sombra Farm, Plowshares Community Farm, Ollin Farms, Deep Nutrition Farm, Dew Farms, 934 Farms (formerly Glad Factory)
Left Hand Brewery
Boulder County Farmers' Markets in the news:
Daily Camera: January 28, 2015: April opening set for café at Boulder Public Library
Daily Camera and Times-Call Winter Locavore series: January 21, 2015: Colorado-raised lamb
Daily Camera: November 19, 2014: Boulder's new Library coffee shop to be named Seeds Café
Daily Camera and Longmont Times-Call At the Market series: November 19, 2014: At the Market: Sweet, sweet Acorn Squash
Boulder Channel 8: September 12, 2014: Boulder Human Services: Double SNAP Benefits Program & Farmer's Market
Longmont Times-Call: July 29, 2014: Food assistance to double when buying fruits, vegetables at Boulder County Farmers' Markets
The Boulder County Farmers' Markets take pride in bringing you locally grown vegetables, meats, fruits, flowers, plants, gourmet cheeses and wines sold by the farmers that produce them. While you're purchasing your fresh vegetables and fruits (many of them organically grown) enjoy a tasty pastry from a local bakery or a meal created by local chefs.