A major part of the Colorado culture is to be outside and enjoy the glorious weather as much as possible. With an affinity toward healthy living and community as well, Denver’s farmer’s markets are certainly a highlight from May through November. Each market has it’s own specialty, but all offer Colorado-grown produce, small batch offerings, and the best of local business.
Your local farmer’s market is the best way to pass a Saturday or Sunday morning. Pick up your produce and meat for the week; sample handmade beauty products and specialty items from local shops; and mingle with other community members while you take your breakfast or lunch from one of the many food trucks that circle around to offer up the finest in Denver street cuisine.
Find the full list of Denver Farmer’s Markets here. And the Denver Post shares the 21 Front Range markets you can’t miss—and why.
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