Each Saturday, guests who make their way to the parking lot of Crate & Barrel and Equinox will be greeted by an array of fresh, local produce, baked goods, homemade jams, salsas and other products.
“This farmer’s market is a must-visit for food enthusiasts and community members looking to support local artisans,” the shopping center said in a press release. “Shoppers can stop in different vibrant stalls to learn more about sustainable farming practices, connect with local vendors and discover new flavors.”
The Four Seasons Farmers Market has several existing locations across North Texas, including the Dal-Rich Towne Square in Richardson, Trinity Valley in Carrollton, Parker Square in Flower Mound, Dalworthington Gardens in Arlington, Lifestyle University in Watauga, Castle Hills Village Shops in Lewisville and the Lawn at the Lakefront in Little Elm.
Though participating vendors are not official yet, the markets average 35 vendors per week, according to their website. And several Plano-based vendors have participated in the Four Seasons Farmers Market’s other locations, like Sweet Loaf of Mine, Sew Saxony, Trinity Smart Farms and Zero Sugar Brands.
The market will be held on Sept. 30, Oct. 7, Oct. 14, Oct. 21 and Oct. 28.