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New Farmer’s Market in Cedar Park April 2, 2010

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There is a new Saturday Farmer’s Market in Cedar Park that has been getting good reviews for being well organized and well attended, and lots of fun.   Cedar Mark Farms to Market, debuted last week and already has made a good impression, garnering nearly 1,700 fans on Facebook as of this post.  Wow!  This week, Swede Farm Dairy will have goat milk, yogurt and cheese, Way Back When Dairy will have cow’s whole milk, 2% milk, skim, cream, butter and eggs, as well as a new cow’s milk cheese vendor from San Antonio on Saturday.   Plantucopia will bring flowering plants, herb transplants.  There will be local honey, locally made soaps,  local produce from Hairston Creek Farms and local grass fed beef from Indian Hills Organics.  Sweetish Hill Bakery will be there with bread and baked goods.   There also will be live music.  Here is their Facebook page.  Check them out and report back on whatever goodies you find, so we can support this market.

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at the 1890 Ranch Shopping Center near the intersection of U.S. 183A and RM 1431.


4 Responses to “New Farmer’s Market in Cedar Park”

  1. Sandra Says:

    Thank you for sharing this information with us. I hope to make it out in the future. Also, I saw your article in the Statesman today. Congrats and I hope you get more customers.

    Happy Gardening from Sandra

  2. carla Says:

    Thanks Sandra, I appreciate that!

  3. Cedarparkgardner Says:

    Thanks Carla, your awesome!

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