Sunday, April 6, 2008

Tulsa-Area Farmers Markets Coming Soon

We look forward every spring to the opening of northeast Oklahoma's many farmers markets, a place where Tulsa-area shoppers can buy local produce, garden plants, flowers, baked goods and other products.

That's why we're pleased to announce the opening of midtown Tulsa's popular Cherry Street Famers Market, which opens for the season on Saturday, April 12, at the corner of Peoria and 15th Street. (Click here for their website.)

Saturday is also the date for the annual Herb Day in Brookside. The event, held at 41st Street and Peoria, will feature vegetable plants, pottery, Oklahoma wines, and (of course) herbs.

If the weather is good, we expect both markets will have a big crowd of gardeners and whole-wheat eaters.

2 comments:

Maria said...

Thanks for the reminder! One thing that people might be interested in is that at least one vendor has a CSA program, so you can go pick the veggies you want-- pay in advance-- they deduct it from your account. :)

Mom Shahan said...

Be sure and pop on over to The Tulsa Garden Center on Friday and Saturday where more experts in horticulture will be on hand regarding tree planting, more herbs and flowers and bedding plants !
Additionally, there will be more artsists, jewelry, paintings, pottery and woodwork ~ an real SpringFest of a weekend !