Verrado is known for charming small town living, friendly people, beautiful parks, miles and miles of hiking and walking trails and an overall healthy lifestyle. So, a local farmers market with live music and yoga on the lawn fits right in around here. In partnership with Arizona Community Farmers’ Markets, the Verrado Farmers’ Market is back this spring and is bigger and better than ever on Saturdays March 12, March 26, April 9 and April 23.
From 9am to 1pm, residents and visitors can stroll through the beautiful tree-lined Village Commons in Verrado, and shop more than 20 local vendors. Come visit the likes of farmers Blue Sky Organic Farms, Crooked Sky Farm, Flagstaff Farming Co, Double Check Ranch, Pinchberry, local honeys from Sun Valley Bees, Olar Bees, Carranza Honey Farms, and many other specialty foods vendors including canned and catered foods and arts and crafts. Whether you’re after farm fresh produce, local honey, the perfect gift or delicious eats, the Verrado Farmers’ Market has you covered this spring.
These dates are also a part of the ever popular Music on Main live concert series in Verrado which sounds off in the afternoon, and the market will have its own live music as well. The spring Farmers’ Market Series will kick off with the jazz and electric guitar sounds of Tom Mein, then you can head down to Music on Main at 3:00pm.
On each date in the series, Verrado’s builders will open up their beautiful models as well as more than 45 move-in ready spec homes for a special Open House Series tour from 10am to 2pm. Grab an Open House map at the Farmers’ Market or Verrado Coffee Company and take a mid-day tour.
To make the day just a little sweeter, Ignite Yoga is providing a complimentary Spark the Park outdoor yoga flow class on the Village Commons at 11:00am for the first 3 dates in the series. You won’t want to miss these perfectly Verrado days. See you on Main Street!
Directions: From Interstate 10, take Verrado Way north to Main Street. Take a left on Main Street to the Village Commons to find the Verrado Farmers’ Market. Click here for a map.