Now Open EVERY Saturday + New Vendors

Beginning Saturday, April 6th, the Coppell Farmers Market returns to a weekly schedule: open every Saturday until Christmas, and then again twice per month through March 2020. We’re leaping into the official 2019-2020 season with new vendors, spring-time produce, and added stall spaces on our east end.

Delanco Farm owner Colleen with daughters on their first market day of 2019.

Nearly all our market’s farmers and growers will make an early return for the occasion. Find a wide variety of produce this weekend- including the very first vine ripened strawberry harvest, plus veggie plants for your garden. Check the east side of the pavilion for an extended layout, where customers will find old favorites like Embry Family Farm and Tree Folk Farm (who were previously located on the west side of the pavilion) and a mix of new vendors.

April 6th Farmers: Aunt Sue’s Barn, Bishop Hill Farm Flowers, Cardo’s Sprout Farm, D-Bar Farm, Delanco Farm, Embry Family Farm, Elliot Grows, Fisher Family Farm, Tree Folk Farm, Sundance Garden, and Weathertop Farm, plus ranchers: Jersey Girls Dairy, Rehoboth Ranch, Livestock First Pastured Meats, Lost Ruby Ranch, Magnolia Seafood, and Round Rock Honey Co.    

Join us in welcoming newest vendors Hippos and Hashbrowns, who will sell savory bread items like Rosemary Raisin Crisps and granola, and Bishop Hill Farm Flowers who is a Coppell-based, cut-flower grower. Bishop Hill owner, Amanda Vanhoozier, will sell fresh cut flower bouquets on site throughout the year. Jewel Kombucha and Sweet Legacies Artisan Confections are also new vendors. They began selling their goods at our market during the winter months and will continue into the year with unique kombucha flavors and handmade chocolates, respectively. 

The Coppell Farmers Market fulfils grocery needs year-round. Producers and farmers are vetted. Open 8am-noon on Saturdays, located at 768 w. Main St. in Old Town Coppell.

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