– North Park Thursday Market –
EVERY THURSDAY // 3:00PM – 7:30PM // YEAR-ROUND // RAIN-OR-SHINE
Exciting News: North Park Farmer’s Market now accepts EBT!
Walk, ride or scooter, every Thursday, to the North Park Farmers Market on North Park Way (between 30th St. and Utah) from 3:00PM to 7:30PM. This year-round, rain or shine Farmers Market will immediately become a family staple, allowing you to wind down your work week and look forward to the weekend. Listen to some live music while you peruse the 45 plus vendor booths, offering samples and presenting fresh, locally grown, seasonal and organic produce and flowers, as well as handmade arts and crafts and tempting selections of gourmet food. Eat dinner, mingle, and enjoy the evening next to your neighbors and community.
Keep an eye out for our seasonal events and opportunities to win raffle prize packs by following us on social media. We continually partner with local businesses, shops and restaurants in the North Park area. These raffle prize packs are packed full with good deals, discounts, and goodies of all kinds. You won’t want to miss out! To stay updated and in the know when these opportunities take place, you can find us on Facebook at @NorthParkMarket and on Instagram at @ShopNorthParkMarket.
The Market is located in a neighborhood shopping district, and convenient parking is available. In addition to street parking nearby, there is a large parking garage directly adjacent the market. The garage is located at the intersection of 29th Street and North Park Way; rates are just $1 an hour and never more than $5 a day/night.
Brought to you by // North Park Main Street + Explore North Park
Spot your favorites like J R Organics Farm, Majestic Garlic Smit Farms, Boochcraft, and Rodney Kawano Farm. Choose local meat and eggs from from Three Sons Farm. Find GreenFix Organic Smoothie, or Xula Mexican Coffee, unique sauces from The Baby Clydesdale, sweet treats from Maya’s cookies and Obrigaderia. Enjoy Korean BBQ from Gogi BLVD, or grab some tasty eats from Paraná Empanadas, House of Bao and Veg’n Out.