Tahoe City Farmers Market!
April 8, 2021
Tahoe City Farmers Market 2021
Thursdays from May 13 to October 7th / 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tahoe City is happy to announce that the Farmers Market will open on-time this year, on Thursday, May 13th, 2021!
Tahoe City Farmers Market is back! Located directly on the shores of Lake Tahoe in the Common's Beach parking lot. The Farmers Market is a fun place to discover the variety of fresh produce available in northern California. Operating from mid-May through mid-October on Thursday mornings from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., the market allows vendors to sell fruits, vegetables, flowers, eggs, nuts, honey, homemade goods including some of the most amazing jewelry.
All items sold at the market must be either grown or made by the vendor, so you can get to know the person behind the food that you will be eating. An event for a quick pass by or as a family outing, the farmer's market is a wonderful way to connect with a healthier side of life. The Farmers Market is considered to be one of the favorites among locals in the area and we all look forward to visiting during the summer months.
- Farmer’s markets are an essential service for supplying food to communities.
- Farmer’s markets have been determined an essential a key component in preserving local and regional food production, which may become even more critical as supply chains continue to be disrupted during this international emergency. Markets are modified to serve essential needs and conform to new public health guidelines.
Keep your friends close . . . and your farmer closer!
Join us for the Farmers Market every Thursday from May 13, 2021 - October 7, 2021. Twenty two weeks of community fun! Enjoy fresh local produce, delicious food, live music, and our local Tahoe City community at the Thursday morning Farmers' Market.
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