What You Need to Know About the Boulder County Farmers Market Opening Weekend

Spring is on the way, and Boulder County Farmers Market (BCFM) is preparing to re-open for the upcoming seasons! If you’re on the search for fresh, locally-grown food and products created by Colorado artisans, the BCFM is the place to be. The market has been closed since late November, but opening weekend is just around the corner for both the Boulder and Longmont locations. Ready to see what’s in season and enjoy the gorgeous spring weather without having to travel far from your apartment home? Here’s what you need to know about BCFM:

When and Where

Boulder County Farmers Market re-opens on Saturday, April 4 at 8:00 am and runs until 2:00 pm. The market in Boulder is conveniently located between Canyon Blvd and Arapahoe Avenue. To view a map of the grounds, head over to this website. Interested in checking out what’s in season? Be sure to check back here as we get closer to April.

For those closer to Longmont, BCFM is also available in Longmont each Saturday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Boulder County Fairgrounds. Plenty of parking and free bicycle valet courtesy of Bicycle Longmont are available at this venue, and free kids’ activities make this an exceptionally family-friendly weekly community gathering.

The celebration of spring is sure to be an exciting day as farmers and artisans gather to offer the newest harvest and crafts. In addition to stocking up on fresh fruits, veggies, and more, the atmosphere is perfect for enjoying a spring day outdoors with the community. Boulder Saturdays feature live music, and seating is available. Although this is an outdoor event, please leave furry friends at home.

About Boulder County Farmers Markets

Boulder County Farmers Market has been a community mainstay since the mid-1980s. This nonprofit organization aims to support local farmers and provide residents with access to the freshest local food. This is a producer-only market, meaning that the farmers and ranchers have produced everything they’re selling. The market began in Boulder, and spread to the Longmont community in 2003. The Boulder farmers market location has been recognized as one of the top 50 farmers markets in the country by Cooking Light, and also operates Seeds Library Cafe at the Boulder Public Library. In addition to serving as the link between farmers and residents, BCFM gives back to the community through the implementation of Harvest Bucks. This program helps residents using SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) double the value of their dollars when shopping for fresh food at the market.

The Boulder County Farmers Market is a beloved presence within and beyond the Boulder community. If you’re looking forward to attending Boulder or Longmont Saturdays, you may be on the search for a new apartment home located near the action. Our beautiful, quiet campus is conveniently tucked away on an abundance of green space, making us the perfect choice for those who love access to city living with a more laidback atmosphere. We offer a variety of floor plans to suit the need of any lifestyle, and we’re happy to arrange a showing to help you find your perfect fit. Ready to stop by for a look? Contact us today. 

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