I swiped this info off my friend Cowgirl Granola’s site(She also has a great blog). I figured she wouldn’t mind as she is also a vendor at all these markets!
Friday, 2 pm – 6 pm
Helotes Farmers Market
Located at 13222 Bandera Road in the parking lot of the Helotes Hill United Methodist Church, this farmers market features locally grown produce, Circle H Orchards pecans, local honey, homemade jams and jellies, plants, roasted nuts, and, of course, Cowgirl Granola.
Saturday, 8:30 am - Noon
Leon Springs Farmers Market
Just off of I-10, the Leon Springs Farmers Market is held every Saturday at 24133 Boerne Stage Road, in the parking lot of the Leon Springs Baptist Church. Here you will find several produce farmers, grass-fed beef, natural chickens, happy organic farm eggs, locally harvested pecans, local honey, organic and gluten-free brownies, natural dog food, bread, salsas, jellies, pickles, Bob’s Candied Jalapeno’s, plants, herbs, flowers, as well as other miscellaneous vendors and, of course, Cowgirl Granola.
Olmos Basin Park Farmers Market
Olmos Basin Park: Jackson-Keller Road, between McCullough & San Pedro. You’ll find lots of veggies, fresh peaches seasonally, jellies, nuts, watermelons, awesome herbs.
Saturday, 2 – 6 pm
Boerne Farmers Market
This market is happy to have found a new home at 801 S. Main Street in Veterans Park. You’ll find grass-fed beef, Circle H Orchards pecans, local honey, organic and gluten-free Green Brownies, breads, salsas, jellies, pickles, plants, herbs, flowers and Cowgirl Granola.
Sunday, 2010, 10 am – 3 pm
Legacy Outdoor Market
Located at the corner of 1604 and 281 in the Legacy Shopping Center, this outdoor Sunday market features a wide variety of arts and crafts, as well as select food vendors, including many local produce farmers, as well as plants, succulents and herbs and Cowgirl Granola.
Here is the link to all farmer’s markets here in texas.
Now, if you are someone coming from the East or West Coast, you need to understand the San Antonio-style farmer’s market. These are honest, grassroots efforts to bring fresh, organic, and awesome products to us here in SA. They are not the big events that you will find in Seattle, Martha’s Vineyard, Charleston etc. A big Thank-you needs to go out to the farmers and other vendors that make these markets every week. They are not getting rich off their efforts, but they are sure making our lives richer for their efforts! Thanks y’all!
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Back in the day at Grey Forest's Farmers Market