There are only two more outdoor markets left in the 2015 season! This year, the Boulder and Longmont farmers markets have had the highest produce sales in the history of the organization, at 7% higher than last year. After challenging spring weather, farmers have continued to work overtime to make up for early-season losses with after-dark harvests and early-morning smiles at the market. Come celebrate the end of the season!

In Season Now

potatoes (click through for prep, storage and cooking tips), leeks, beets, tomatoes, spicy greens, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, winter squash, cabbage, broccoli, carrots, onions, celeriac, potatoes, kale, turnips, radishes, rutabaga, Swiss chard, arugula, lettuce, garlic and herbs


Boulder Farmers Market – 11/14 – 8am-2pm

8am-2pm: Enter end-of-season raffle at the Info Booth

10am-2pm: Live music


Longmont Farmers Market – 11/14 – 8am-1pm

8am-1pm: Enter end-of-season raffle at the Info Booth

8am-1pm: free kid’s activities: seasonal vegetable matching game and word search

10am-1pm: Live music



Winter Market

The Winter Market is Dec. 5 and 6 at the Boulder County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building in Longmont. It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up on the last local harvest of the year, prepare for upcoming holiday meals, and find unique, locally-made gifts from 60 Colorado artists.

Features 70 local food growers and producers and 60 Colorado artists. Enjoy the flavors of root vegetables, winter squash, specialty cuts of lamb, beef and pork, fresh eggs, preserved fruits and vegetables, wine, coffee, and delicious baked goods. Grab breakfast or lunch, listen to live music, and browse local art including candles, jewelry, photography, letterpress cards and knitwares. It’s the perfect time to stock up on local goods and gifts for the holidays!

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