Farmers’ Market moves inside for winter season

Thursday, January 6, 2022

For the first time in 15 years, the Eureka Springs Farmers’ Market will be going Indoors for the winter.

The Highlander room at the Eureka Springs Community Center will be the market’s new home from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursdays in January and February.

“In years past, the transition to Winter Market meant braving the cold for vendors and patrons alike,” ESFM board president Lily Jarvis-Kees said. “This year, we welcomed the chance to be warm inside the Highlander room at the community center. Moving indoors for the cold winter months is something our patrons and vendors have asked about for years. The new location will be well marked; we promise it will be easy for everyone to find us!”

The winter farmers’ market offers an abundance of locally grown cool-season produce like kale, spinach, lettuce, and gourmet mushrooms. It also carries free-range eggs, pasture-raised meats, artisan breads, pastries and doughnuts, unique handmade bath and beauty products and handmade gifts from local artisans.

The Eureka Springs Community Center is located at 44 Kingshighway. Eureka Springs.

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