Prosser Farmers Market at Prosser City Park

5/5/2018 - 10/27/2018

Location: Prosser
7th Street and Sommers Avenue

8am-12pm - Nestled in the heart of Washington Wine Country the open air Farmers Market is the place to be Saturday mornings from May through October.  It is located in the Prosser City Park. The market is a lovely place to spend the morning.

Jesse’s Smokken Hot Meatz will be cooking up breakfast from 8am-10am (pancakes or waffle, eggs, and bacon or sausage) and lunch 10am-12pm at the market this year.  Please stop and meet them.

Besides offering a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables; you’ll find plants, cut flowers, artisan breads, Washington cheeses, Espresso, cookies & pastries, woven baskets, wine, and unique art and craft items.

Becky’s Coffee Corner can assist you with cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, your morning Espresso, smoothie, or Italian Soda. Let the kids play and take advantage of the bountiful products offered by our local growers.

The Historic Downtown Prosser Association will be providing monthly activities.

After stocking up on the best locally grown items you can spend the afternoon touring the fabulous Prosser wineries, historical museum, library, and unique shops. Each week offers surprises; music and special events are scheduled throughout our season.

For more information, email prosserfarmersmarket@yahoo.com or visit http://prosserfarmersmarket.com/

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