The Lake Country Farmers Market opens up tonight for the season

Lake Country Farmer’s Market opens for the season today

Swalwell Park location is next to water park, has nice grass and plenty of parking

The Lake Country Farmer’s Market is open for the season starting today and every Friday from now until September.

The farmers market takes place from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday’s at Swalwell Park in Lake Country.

Market vendors offer a great selection of fresh seasonal produce as well as crafts from local artisans.

You can drive, bike, or walk with the family to Swalwell Park at 10090 Bottom Wood Lake Rd., around the corner from the high school.

Organizer Janeen Olson says it’s a great way to get the family out and the location allows for plenty of activity.

“We have on-site entertainment, both a water park and skateboard park available for the kids, and a relaxed, shaded grassy area to shop and support our community will make your visit memorable,” she said.

The Lake Country Farmer’s Market will run every Friday until the end of September.

 

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