Winners in all ages announced in 2017 Tomato Round-Up!
Dripping Springs
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Wednesdays
Year-Round, Rain or Shine
3 pm - 6 pm

Veterans Memorial Park
140 E. Mercer Street - The Triangle
Hwy 290  RR12  Mercer Street
                                                                 June 28 , 2017
Tomato Lovers in the Making! 
Young and old and everyone in between got to taste dozens of tomato varieties and choose their favorites at the 6th annual Tomato Round-Up on June 24th. Winners ranged in age from 8 to 88 years old. Prizes went to winners; everyone else  got to enjoy tomatoes! For more information, see our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/DSFarmersMarket/?fref=ts
  Produce This Week                       Also Available
Arugula
Beets
Bok Choy
Broccoli
Brussell sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Chard
Cilantro
Cucumbers
Garlic
Kale
Lettuces
Mushrooms
Mustard greens
Onions
Parsley
Peas
Peppers
Potatoes
Radishes
Rutabaga
Shoots
Spinach  
Strawberries
Summer               squash
Sweet 'taters
Tomatoes
Zucchini
Bagels
Bath salts
Beef
Bread
Brisket
Cakes
Candles
Cheese bread
Chicken
Chocolate
Cookies
Dried Fruit
Eggs
Flowers
Gluten Free Bread

Granolas
Herbs
Jams
Jellies
Jewelry
Kombucha
Lamb
Lotions
Nuts mixes
Olive Oil
Pastrami
Pastries
Pickles
Plants
Popcorn
Pork
Salsas
Sauces
Sausages
Scones
Sharpening                services       
Soaps
Spelt breads
Sweetbreads
Thai Food
Tortillas 
Wine
Music at market this week provided by Dillon Havins (a limited time engagement!)
After growing up in Dripping Springs and playing at venues all around town during his formative years (including our market!), Dillon Havins will be leaving his hometown in August to study at Berklee College of Music in Massachusetts this fall. You have only these two months to come hear Dillon and appreciate what a musical prodigy he's become! Don't miss the chance....
The mission of the Dripping Springs Farmers Market is to provide
a gathering place for the community where:

* Local agriculture and value-added product producers sell a variety of fresh agricultural and related products directly to the consumer.
* Consumers may learn the uses and benefits of quality, locally grown or prepared food products and access local services and hand-made crafts as provided in the Market's rules.

The City of Dripping Springs believes that local agriculture is essential to the region's economy and is committed to making economic and educational connections between residents and local agricultural producers through the Dripping Springs Farmers Market. The Market is a Texas Department of Agriculture certified farmers market and operates in accordance with all city, county, state, and federal laws, for the benefit of vendors and customers alike.
About Dripping Springs Farmers Market

Our market offers exclusively local, homemade and self-produced foods and goods. Many vendors offer samples on site. More information on individual vendors can be found on our  Farmers Market Vendor webpage - click the name of each vendor to be linked to their website for up-to-date information. 
If you have questions or would like to apply as a
vendor, please send an e mail to:  farmersmarket@cityofdrippingsprings.com

Please note: not all vendors participate in every market.
Farmers Market Association Board
The City of Dripping Springs Farmers Market Board meets the third Thursday of each month at City Hall, 511 Mercer Street. Click the link below to view their agendas. 
 
Board Members:

Gouri Johannsen, President
Marianne Simmons, Vice President
Diana Black
Claudia Oney
Teresa Strube

Market Manager: Laurel Robertson

For more information:

Contact us at:
City Offices: 512-858-4725