The Farmers Market is open every Saturday between 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM year round. Rain or shine!
Thanks to all who participated in our beautiful Dia De Los Muertos celebration!! Nicole's Bows won 'Traditional Best' and Ragels Ziegenhoff and Soapzees won 'people's choice.' It was a beautiful day. Come out this Saturday, November 7 and see Rennie Guenther & The Happy Travelers play at the pavilion. Wear your funny hats, dirndls and lederhosen. We will be doing the chicken dance!!
Yes, we will be open this Saturday!
You can warm up with some bone broth and hot tamales, Filipino Express, a bowl of chili or mac-n-cheese!
Fossil Fools will be playing under the pavilion.
See you Saturday!
Dia De Los Muertos is a Mexican tradition typically celebrated November 1 and 2 - after the American tradition of Halloween. In Mexico the celebration is not about death - It is a celebration of fond memories of family or friends who passed on before us. Altars are built with fun and colorful decorations, seasonal flowers, candles, food, and mementos of someone special.
Since our Saturday market will be on October 31st this year, we will celebrate life with a Dia De Los Muertos theme on that day. Our vendors will decorate their booths and you can participate in an Instagram contest! Take a selfie at your favorite altar! Vote for your favorite vendor altar for a chance to win a market basket full of market goodies! We will have a fun activity for the children and you can wear your family friendly costumes. Dress up your pets too and we will have a costume parade at the pavilion at 11 o'clock.
It will be a day to remember your loved ones, a day to tell happy stories about them, a day to remember what made them special to you, and to eat and drink in their honor.
Celebrate life with us.
Are you going to the Comal County Fair Parade this year?
Come hungry and have breakfast downtown while you wait for it to start!
Join the community at the Comal County Cowboy Breakfast and support the Comal County Fair Scholarship Fund and the Sally M. Kingsbury Sarcoma Research Foundation.
Bring your cash donation and and get free hot breakfast from one of our downtown merchants on Friday, September 25th!
We will be cooking HOT breakfast in the New Braunfels Farmers Market lot on Castell Street from 7:00am until the parade begins. See ya there!
We want to see how you enjoy the farmers market! Send us your best market photos! Who is your favorite vendor? What is your favorite thing to buy? What do you enjoy most? We will choose our favorite photo to win a free farmers market t-shirt at the end of the month! Simply email your picture to:
Scroll down to read about the Comal County Cowboy Breakfast coming up on September 25th!
You do not want to miss out on this community event!
This is Carol. She is a farmers market fan and won a free t-shirt after she signed up for our newsletter. Doesn't she look happy? Every week we do a drawing from new subscribers. The next one could be you! Click the button above to join our list.
Have you visited our Facebook Page?
Go there and you can save this week's map
to help you find your favorites!
Did you come for kombucha and chicken last week? We apologize for the inconvenience, it was due to circumstances beyond our control. Don't worry! They are back this week! Remember to visit our Facebook Page to get the map for this Saturday. Heads up! Blue Moose Pizza will not be doing a pizza demonstration this week, but they will still have pizza - woohoo!
Bring your smiles. If you don't, you can get one here!
National Farmers Market Week is almost over, but for us it is Farmers Market Week every week! We are more than just a grocery, folks. We are a place to connect with friends, family, and your community.
This Saturday Jorge & Nicole will play for us.
Sit in the shade and listen while you have one of our many breakfast and lunch options! See what suits you - we have something for everyone.
It's National Farmers Market Week!! Did you know that Farmers Markets are more than just a fun way to spend your Saturday morning?
Farmers Markets support healthy communities, increase access to fresh and nutritious food, stimulate local economies, and preserve America's rural farmland.
Remember, if we didn't have farms, we wouldn't have food. Help keep farmers in business and support your farmers market!
The Farmers Market has a new pavilion! With over 1200 square feet of permanent shade, you can now comfortably relax with a cold drink and a farmers market delicacy without enduring the direct sun. This Saturday, Code 2 will play under the big tree. Come enjoy your Saturday morning with live music by these Comal County Firefighters.
Will you be heading downtown Saturday morning?
We will be open 9am - 1pm!
There are so many reasons to visit the Farmers Market this Saturday!!
FIRST: You will be hungry. If you are involved in the parade, that's a given. We have something for everyone!! HOT FOOD and COLD DRINKS!
SECOND: You need your fresh veggies, local, farm fresh meats, and pantry stock.
NEW THIS WEEK - Certified All-Natural Chicken !! Shop from local Farms and support independent farmers on Independence Day!
THIRD: The Bottom Dollar String Band is playing BLUEGRASS music!!
AND........... You can see our new VENUE, The Farmers Market Pavilion!!
Sit in the shade and enjoy some fine farmers market dining!
See you Saturday!!
- Created on Thursday, 11 June 2015 20:57
This Saturday - Poor Pitiful Pearl is back at the Market!
This week’s produce: Heirloom Tomatoes, Watermelon, Cantaloupes, Peaches, Blackberries, Strawberries, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Okra, Carrots, Beets, Radishes, Kale, Squash, Zucchini,
Bell Peppers, Eggplant, Sweet Corn
Memorial Day Weekend was a great success! Lary played the bagpipes, the Yeahman Swing Dancers gave dance lessons, and “The Foibles” played ‘Yellow Submarine’ on special request. We also debuted our new Shade Haven! If you are interested in renting it for an event, please call the Farmers Market office at 830-629-2223. It will be on display on market Saturdays for several more weeks. Come and see it!
This Saturday we will celebrate our FIFTH BIRTHDAY and 2 Tarts Bakery is making a birthday cake! Our loyal and local farmers are Braune Farms, M&R Farms, Naegelin Farms, Markley Family Farm, Peralta Farm, Sproutworks, and Johnson’s Backyard Garden. Every week they harvest their crops and bring you fresh, local produce.
This Saturday we will also introduce a new vendor. Have you heard about Crepelandia? They make fresh and delicious crepes with ingredients from your local farmers. Check out this cool video! http://vimeo.com/84281029
To celebrate this special birthday we will also have Bramaya West African Drum & Dance. They will do a presentation and lesson at 10am and 11:30am. Check out their Facebook page here. https://www.facebook.com/BramayaMusic
Make sure you take the kids around the corner to the Crooked Wood booth. For a small donation to Family Promise of Greater New Braunfels, they can paint a birdhouse made of reclaimed wood. Check out this valuable organization here http://www.fpgnb.org/ This Saturday will be loads of fun! Bring the family, bring the dog, and come celebrate with us!