Old Town Clovis Farmers Market is heating up!
June 11, 2013 | Categories: Farmers Market, News | Tags: benaddiction, casa de tamales, City of Clovis, clovis, dusty buns bistro, Events, Farmers Market, Food, food trucks, Friday, Kid Zone, ksee concert, matties pizza, Old Town Clovis, old town clovis events
The Old Town Clovis Farmers Market has experienced amazing attendance in the first 5 weeks! We have new growers, including new Certified Organics, new vendors, including a grass-fed beef rancher who also sells wheat and barley grass for juicing; and many new vendors offering everything from plants, smokers to skateboards!
Our Kids Zone is better than ever before and Central Valley Wowballs will be joining us starting on June 14th with “Walk on Water Balls” and “Arena Bumpers”! We also have face painting, clay crafts, bounce house and the “Twisted Twister” slide, plus ponies and the best cotton candy in the Central Valley. Be sure to bring you little ones by the Kid Zone, located on 4th Street west of Pollasky, so they can burn off some of their energy before heading home!
The band schedule is on our website or you can stop by on a Friday night and pick one up at the Information Booth located on Pollasky in front of the EECU. Don’t forget that the second Friday of each month is our KSEE Concert Night and we will have ArtHop and local Food Trucks on Pollasky Avenue south of 5th Street! Expect to see local favorites Casa de Tamales, Eat Street Bistro, Matties Pizza, Dusty Buns Bistro and Benaddiction out there in their fantastic trucks!
Interested in sponsoring a night at the Farmers Market? Please call us at 298.5774.
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