Winter Markets

The Coppell Farmers Market is now in the Winter Market Season through March 2015. Dec. 6 and 20, then the second and fourth Saturdays in January, February, and March.  8am to Noon, rain or shine (but not ice).

Winter Markets mean:
• Fall and winter vegetables and meats- see the current What’s Fresh article on our website. Our vendors plant crops for this season, knowing that they have an outlet for their products at the Coppell Farmers Market
• Most regular season artisan food vendors will continue through the winter
• Additional artisan food and craft vendors will fill spaces of regular season vendors who opt not to sell at Winter Markets

Besides our regular vendors, others bringing these products may set up on Winter Market Saturdays:
Gluten-free pizzas, crab cakes, enchiladas and other entrees
Roasted spiced nuts, blended spices
Kale chips
Spice blends
Dichroic glass jewelry and frames
Scarves, bags, etc. some made from vintage fabric
Jewelry made from flatware
Knitted items
Handcrafted and paracord jewelry
Handmade leather goods
Wooden structures, rocking chairs and other wooden décor
Cutting boards
Hand sewn Christmas trees
Jewelry – handcrafted, semi-precious stones
Stone art
Raised bed gardens and chicken coops
Photographs, note cards, posters

This is NOT an all-inclusive list of products! Artisans constantly add to their product lines.

December 6

Winter Markets begin
8am – Noon
Rain or Shine, not Ice

December 20
Winter Market Holiday Shopping

January 10 & 24
Winter Markets

February 14 & 28
Winter Markets

March 14 & 28
Winter Markets

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