The Historic Longview Farmers Market, a project of Preservation Longview*, provides local residents and visitors the opportunity to buy locally grown produce directly from the farmers as well as other local farm and specialty products--no products in the market are purchased wholesale and resold.
The Historic Longview continues to expand to meet your culinary and dietary desires.
7:00-11:00 am at the Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living. You will find fresh produce and ready-to eat gourmet foods.
Open 8:00-12:00 every Saturday through November 17, 2013. Centrally located at High and Cotton Streets, the Historic Longview Farmers Market is located on the site of the former Kelly Plow Works. (105 West Cotton for your GPS.)
Chef demonstration are at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. with Chef Gina Franklin, trained at The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institute, with easy and creative ways to prepare fresh produce.
You will find prepared vegan foods; gluten-free baked goods, traditionally prepared gourmet and specialty foods and fresh Texas produce. Morning coffee is back!
On June 15 you will find:
Beautiful flower bouquets, hanging baskets, and other flowers; luxurious handmade soaps, bath salts, and soy candles; stained glass; carved stone, carved wood, beautiful aprons; hula hoops; handmade jewelry; and more!
Plus, coffee, water, and muffins!
For more information call 903-746-2708
The First Annual Historic Longview Market Run Walk on September 28, 2013.
Walk or run through some of the historical areas of Longview beginning at the Historic Longview Farmers Market. The market occupies the former site of The Kelly Plow Company, a family business that supplied plow tools to 5 generations of Texas farmers for over 100 years.
Bring your children in their strollers and your dogs on leashes in support of the Historic Longview Farmers Market and other projects of Preservation Longview.
Early Registration will begin June 29, 2013 and run through September 7, 2013. Click here for the application.
* a nonprofit 501(3) c corporation www.preservationlongview.com