FARMER’S
MARKET

Saturdays, June 3rd – Oct. 7th

Local produce, Colorado wines, hand-spun cheeses, and freshly baked breads are just some of the many products you will find at Golden’s Farmers Market. Conveniently located in historic downtown Golden next to Clear Creek, the Farmer’s Market provides the perfect place to find Colorado’s finest foods while also providing an opportunity to enjoy Golden’s natural beauty.

The Market will run every Saturday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, June 3rd through October 7th, except for Buffalo Bill Days, held this year on July 29th. The Market is located in the parking lot just west of the Golden Library on 10th Street and Illinois Street, Golden, CO 80401.

WHAT YOU’LL FIND THERE

The Farmer’s Market includes picnic tables with umbrellas, free parking and activities for kids. Garden décor, specialty treats, flowers and plants, and hard to find items fill up many of the booths. Enjoy and purchase fresh fruits and veggies, frozen fish and meats, fresh breads, canned condiments and sweets, locally-made wines, plus wonderful pasta and unique cooking ingredients.

ACTIVITIES

Enjoy weekly demos from Jefferson County Master Gardeners, who will cover topics such as container vegetables, kids’ terrarium making, hanging baskets, rock gardening, bulbs, and more.

Free parking is available in Golden’s free parking garages just a few blocks from the market. The event also includes a free face painting for kids.

The Golden Farmers’ Market is now accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, previously known as food stamps.  Please visit Jefferson County SNAP Program for more information.

Golden is also participating in the SNAP incentive program, Double Up Food Bucks Colorado (Double Up Colorado). Double Up Colorado helps increase access to fresh, Colorado-grown fruits and vegetables. When recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) shop at participating farmers markets, they can now have their purchase matched with a voucher worth up to a $20 per visit to put toward Colorado-grown fruits and vegetables. For more information about Double Up Colorado – in both English and Spanish – please visit doubleupcolorado.org.

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