Comanche Farmers Market

By: Sierra Dyson

Are you looking for locally sourced ingredients for your next dinner or maybe some goats milk soap that in my opinion is absolutely divine? What about farm fresh eggs? Then you really need to get down and visit the Comanche Farmers Market.

Located at 101 West Central Comanche, Texas, the Comanche Farmer’s Market was created on April 16, 2016, in order to revitalize the county and promote local farmers, artists, and vendors. The market is open on the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 A.M. until noon starting in March and ending in December. It takes place around the south side of the Comanche Courthouse and Square. Vendors set up their booths in the parking lot and along the sidewalk. They sell various handcrafted items and produce grown locally. For example, locally harvested honey will be available for purchase along with farm fresh eggs, homemade jelly and preservatives, different types of salsas, herbs, infused oils, goat’s milk soaps, loaves of bread, pies, cakes, and jewelry.

Additionally, woodwork of various kinds will also be scattered throughout the market for your viewing and buying pleasure. With that being said, I highly encourage you to make the trip down to Comanche the first Saturday of the month in order to see what this smalltown market has to offer, you won’t regret it. Furthermore, if you are interested in becoming a vendor yourself please call or text 325-330-3666 or email TexasHandmadeSuds@Gmail.Com to reserve your spot. For even more information about what the Comanche Farmer’s Market is about please visit their facebook page at Comanche Farmer’s Market@ComancheFarmersMarket.

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