Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View offers four outdoor farmers’ markets on Sundays November 1, November 8, November 15 and November 22 from 10am-1pm. Located at 4801 Prescott Avenue, the Holiday Harvest Farmers Market will host 24 vendors offering a variety of all-local produce, meat, cheese, baked goods, ready to eat foods, as well as specialty and gift items.
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COVID-19, Farmers' Market Delay
Trick-or-Treat at the Market!
Sunday, October 27th.
10am-2pm (while supplies last)
Trick-or-Treat at the Sunday Farmers' Market
Look for the pumpkin sign at participating vendors.
Bryan Health and Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View are partnering to bring executive chef, Nazim Khan, CEC WCEC at the market four times throughout the season; July 28th, August 25th, September 29th, and October 27th.
Farmers markets have so much more to offer than just the sights and smells. The following is a list of just a few reasons you should visit your local farmers market this summer.
As many of you know the Sunday Farmers’ Market is a green market. As such, we took a big step this season implementing some changes around the waste produced at the market as we are striving to work towards becoming a zero waste market!
Join us at the Sunday Farmers' Market Sunday June 30th for a free yoga class with Maggie Pleskac of Milkweed Yoga from 10-11am.
Meet up under the awning on the west side of the College View Church. Please bring your own mat.
Lincoln's Holiday Harvest Farmers Market is a space of connection and sustenance; a place where we gather around good food and support for our local community. Farmers consciously plan the growing season and work to extend that season with greenhouses, high tunnels, and careful storing of winter crops, bringing an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables to our Market. Producers and processors of all sorts bring vibrant offerings, like local breads, wines, cheeses, meats, pecans, ferments, and so much more- ready to add local to your table for the holidays and spread cheer in your pantry all winter.