CITY HALL FARMERS MARKET MOVES TO HOUSTON CENTRAL LIBRARY
Popular Farmers Market Moves Across Street Due to Construction at Hermann Square
May 5, 2014 --
The popular City Hall Farmers Market, a collaboration between the City of Houston and Urban Harvest, is in its 5th season.
Due to construction beginning on Hermann Square, the Farmers Market will move temporarily to the Houston Central Library through June 18. The Farmers Market runs every Wednesday from 11 am – 1:30 pm.To kick off the new location, Houston music legend, The Zydeco Dots, will be performing and Executive Chef Ara Malekian will serve samples of his famous boiled crawfish.
|WHERE||City Hall Farmers Market, Houston Central Library, 500 McKinney Street|
Since 2010, the public has been able to enjoy a variety of locally prepared foods ready-to-eat or packaged to-go, pick up farm-fresh groceries weekly and at the same time support sustainable food all amidst Houston’s dramatic downtown urban setting.The City Hall Farmers Market features more than 35vendors to include local farmers’ fresh produce, cheeses, breads, roasted coffees, and a variety of prepared meals and food trucks. All vendors and food trucks currently at the City Hall Hermann Square site will continue to participate in the Farmers Market at the Central Library site.