The Highlands Ranch Farmers Market and Street Market has become one of the area’s finest. Having a farmers market is one of the things people look for when moving into a neighborhood.
The HRCA Street Market has over 30 vendors and offers handcrafted items, accessories, cooking items garden accessories and lots more each week. The two markets are side by side.
Sundays May through October 2014
When: Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., May – October
Where: Wadsworth Blvd. and Bowles Ave., Highlands Ranch
Made up almost entirely of farmers and producers from the areas surrounding Denver, this is a fun, fresh market that is worth the drive to Highlands Ranch.
Highlands Ranch 2014 Farmers Market & Street Market Vendors
- Domenico Farms – Colorado grown produce-much of it organic
- Forté Farms – Peaches, cherries, and apples from Palisade, Colorado
- Galicia Farms – Colorado grown vegetables
- Martindale Farms – Grows a wide variety of vegetables, proudest of their corn.
- Mazzotti Farms and Greenhouses – Colorado grown fruit and vegetables, bedding plants, herbs, vegetable plants and perennials
- Mumm Farms – Colorado grown produce – Our Rocky Ford connection, brings melons, and produce.
- Rocky Mountain Rice Company – has varieties of rice and Pastamoré vinaigrettes
- Snow Creek Ranch – Raises Black Angus Beef and features Cottonwood Creek Farm eggs.
- Styria Bakery II – Makes European gourmet and artisan breads and dipping sauces.
Farmers Market Vendors:
- Ant D’s Fine Foods: Jams, jellies, pasteles, bbq, catering. We source and use as much local produce as is available.
- Avanti Winery: Featuring over 25 Colorado wines
- Baba & Pop’s Handmade Pierogi: Handmade pierogi and other Eastern European delights
- Back Country Chriopractic: Chiropractic Wellness Services Free Offer Sign Up
- Bavarian Sausage Express: Our Wurst is the Best! gourmet sausages, etc.
- Big E’s BBQ Sauce: Big E’s BBQ Sauce and Mountain Berry Farms Jams, Jellies, and Preserves
- Big Soul’s Catering: Chili cheese dogs, hot dogs, nachos and popcorn
- Cecolors & company: Beautiful skin-loving artisan soaps and sand-cast rhubarb leaf garden art, and luminous Rosy Rings botanical candles!
- Clay Inspirations: Handmade and wheel-thrown, functional ceramic pottery, oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. Unique, decorative pit fired vases.
- Devil Dog Colorado: 100% Arabica select coffee, slow roasted in the ‘South American’ style — supporting Marine families, all active and Veteran Military, & Community 1st Responders with each purchase.
- Diné Creation: Handmade jewelry designed and created using materials from natural stones and metals such as turquoise, coal, mother of pearl, Lapis and coral.
- Dixie Maid Pickles: Far and away the best pickle on the face of the earth!
- East to West Imports: Shawls
- Furry Friends Biscuit Bakery: Homemade dog biscuits containing only the finest ingredients. Each biscuit is hand-cut and slowly baked to provide a great snack for your furry friend.
- GRATE ROOTS: Premium horseradish
- Grumpy Geez, LLC: Buffalo Bill’s Beef Jerky, Mountain America Natural Beef Jerky (Colorado made), Jeff’s Famous Beef Jerky and Jerky Seasoning
- handmade stuff:
- High Country Products, Inc: Water Bottles
- Honey Gal: A unique selection of Premium Rocky Mountain Wildflower Honey, specializing in “Whipped Honeys.” Whipped Honeys are a “spreadable” blend of thick Wildflower Honey, blended with natural fruits, nuts, and natural flavors–also a great selection of HoneyStix
- Illuminada: Jewelry
- Juice Plus+ (Heather Allen): Whole food Nutrition in capsules and shakes
- Juice Plus+ (Kelly & Jim Arter): Whole food nutrition in capsules, chews and shakes.
- Leashes Etc: Humane pet products for owners who care. Featuring No-Pull harnesses and two dog walkers, unique and effective products that make interactions with your pet more enjoyable.
- Lindsey Handbags: Purses and totes
- Maggie’s Magnificent Cakes, Inc.: Wisecakes are one of the most delicious and healthiest cakes in the country – four flavors and gluten-free. Just add water, stir and bake.
- Mama Montoya: Frozen Pork Green Chile – Medium & Hot, made from our family’s 70 year old recipe with 100% fire-roasted, hand peeled Colorado chiles.
- Matchstick Cards: Greeting cards
- N&N Cuisine LLC: Lebanese foods – Spinach, meats pies, za’atar, cheese pizza, hummus, baba ghanoujj, baklawa, flat breads, pita breads, and vegetarian grapes leaves.
- Philpott Goat Dairy: One of the last traditional goat cheese dairy farms in Colorado using age-old methods for making ricotta and goat cheese.
- Posh Pastries: The finest in gourmet desserts and bakery items — an excellent selection of gluten-free pastries and seasonal baked goods.
- Renewal by Andersen: Replacement windows that saves on utility costs and protects what counts.
- Roberts Gorditas LLC: Flat quesadillas. Frozen and hot tamales mexican and colombian. Tacos. Shell quesadilla. Flour, wheat and corn tortillas. Enyucado. Flour and wheat gorditas. Pupusas. Arepas, Chipotle, red and green salsa. Chips. Aguas frescas.
- Taspen Organics: Natural,organic wellness products: herbs, oils, and pure essential oils.
- Wild Alaskan Seafood Products: Quality Alaskan seafood — vacuum packed products flown to Colorado. Also, local Pappardelles Gourmet Pasta
For vendor information about the market visit the Denver Farmers’ Market web site or call 303-710-2408.
Other Farmers Markets in the Denver Metro Area include:
When: Sunday’s Mother’s Day through October 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. (or until sold out)
Enjoy the sights and sounds of Olde Town Parker Colorado where Mainstreet is filled with local area farmers, Palisade Fruit Growers, Flower Growers, Fresh Honey, Eggs, Meat and loads of handmade goods.
Cherry Creek Fresh Market
When: Saturdays, May – October , 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. & Wednesdays, June – September 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: E. First Ave & University Blvd., Denver
Consistently named by locals as their favorite farmers’ market, the Cherry Creek Fresh Market is devoted to Colorado producers. Shopping here helps local family farmers stay in business, preserves quality local food sources for Colorado while using fewer resources, and most importantly, provides you with access to the freshest and most nutritious produce available. Get some just-popped kettle corn or a fresh-made tamale, mingle with the crowd and start shopping!
City Park Esplanade Fresh Market
When: Sundays, May – October , 9 am – 1 pm
E. Colfax Ave. & Columbine St.
Where: E. Colfax Ave. & Columbine St., Denver
The lush, green expanse of City Park is the perfect spot for a good old-fashioned Farmers’ Market. The City Park Esplanade Fresh Market boasts the same vendors as Saturday’s Cherry Creek’s Fresh Market, but is usually a little less crowded. It’s also a perfect spot for a picnic – just grab some fresh fruit, some bread and cheese and find a nice spot in the sun.
Highland United Neighbors Farmers Market
When: Saturdays, June – October , 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: 1500 Boulder St., Denver
This market in Northwest Denver is easily accessible from downtown, Sloans Lake, Sunny Side and the Highlands. The Farmers Market is on the 1500 block of Boulder St., in front of well-known local restaurants Vita, Lola and Linger.
The Market at Belmar
When: Sundays, June – August , 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: Alaska Dr. and Teller St., just east of Alameda Ave. and Wadsworth Blvd., Lakewood
This European-inspired marketplace is a great way to spend your Sunday morning or afternoon. For the best fresh picked basil pestos, marinated Italian cheeses and balsamic vinaigrettes this side of Tuscany, head to Loredana’s Pesto. Morton’s Orchard offers Colorado vine-ripened organic fruit—the peaches are to die for. And if the sight of all that food makes you ravenous, pick up an order Sister’s Pantry’s Asian Dumplings with soy lime and cilantro. Or show up early for the fantastic pancake breakfast!
South Pearl Street Farmers’ Market
When: Sundays, May – November , 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: On the 1500 block of Old South Pearl St., between Florida Ave. and Iowa Ave., Denver Super-fresh produce, ready-to-eat treats, artisan cheeses and just-out-of-oven baked goods – this is what a Farmers’ Market is all about! The quaint Old South Pearl neighborhood hosts this splendid Farmers’ Market every Sunday in the summertime. The irresistible smell of freshly roasted chilies will lead you over to Pope Farms’ booth. If you’re looking for tips on what to do with your haul, show up around noon for the weekly “Nibble At Noon” chef demonstration featuring recipes, cooking tips and more.
Littleton Farmers’ Market
When: Saturdays, May – September 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: 8501 West Bowles Ave., Littleton
In addition to filling your fridge and pantry with fresh produce and baked goods, at the Littleton Farmers’ Market you’ll enjoy a vibrant community spirit and fun atmosphere. A typical Saturday at the market includes a hospitality tent with information about Historic Downtown Littleton, special kids activities, live music, gardening tips, a chair massage, adopt a pet and get veterinarian advice.
Aspen Grove Farmers Market
When: Wednesdays June – October
Farms and locally made food products represented include: