Each week, SFC brings Central Texas three farmers’ markets that all boast an incredible variety of produce, prepared foods, music, and activities. We encourage you to check each market and find the one that best fits your shopping needs. In the meantime, check out a few highlights of what will be at the market this coming week. Happy Shopping!
Updated Thursday, April 27, 2017.
SFC Farmers’ Market Downtown, Saturday (April 29):
SFC Farmers’ Market at Sunset Valley, Saturday (April 29):
SFC Farmers' Market at The Triangle, Wednesday (May 3):
Colorful Veggies: Johnson’s Backyard Garden will have all kinds of colorful goodness including yellow squash, green onions, orange carrots, golden beets, cabbage, curly kale, collard greens, cauliflower and more.
Flowers / Arugula / Asparagus / Beets / Broccoli / Brussels Sprouts / Cabbage / Carrots / Cauliflower / Chard / Cilantro / Collard Greens / Dill / Garlic / Kale / Leeks / Lettuce / Mint/ Mustard Greens / Onions / Parsley / Peaches / Plums / Potatoes / Radishes / Spinach / Squash / Strawberries / Turnips / Tomatoes
We do our best to maintain this list accurately, but unforeseeable conditions like weather may prevent a vendor from attending the SFC Farmers' Market.
Ranchers & Dairies:
Ready To Eat:
Atlas Maior – new album, Keyif
The band takes its name from the first world atlas, published by Joan Bleau in Amsterdam in the 17th century. Founded in Austin, TX in 2009, Atlas Maior was inspired by the idea of creating original music encompassing the group’s wide range of musical inspirations, including Egyptian composer Mohammad abdul-Wahhab, Lebanese oud player Rabih Abou-Khalil, bassist Avishai Cohen, jazz artists Jackie McLean, Pharaoh Sanders, Sun Ra, and fusion projects such as Amalgama, Ojos de Brujo, Shakti, and local Austin world music pioneers Atash
Atlas Maior maps diverse musical traditions, placing Jazz, Middle Eastern, and Latin American musical idioms in dialogue with one another. The group composes music that pays homage to the stewards of these traditions and their cultural and geographic origins. Band members Joshua Thomson (alto saxophone, flutes), Charlie Lockwood (oud), and Ted Camat (percussion) create a unique sound that balances intimate moments of sincerity with powerful melodies and incendiary rhythmic passages. Thomson and Lockwood write original melodies exploring maqamat (the Middle Eastern modal system) and harmonic progressions of American jazz. Percussionist Ted Camat applies a wide variety of rhythms and traditional percussion instruments including the Middle Eastern dumbek, Peruvian cajón, and Brazilian pandero.
Taste the Place preparing delicious local foods from our vendors to sample
Farmgrass is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to raising critical medical emergency funds for Central Texas farmers through music and community building.
Talking about the new Mealshare program and answering questions.
Austin Film Festival
Promoting our upcoming Filmmaking Summer Camp to kids 9-18 and their parents
Ranchers & Dairies:
Ready To Eat:
Happy Vegan Baker
Lost Pines Yaupon Tea
Tamale Addiction by Gardener's Feast
Texas Coffee Traders
Austin Gelato Company
Texas French Bread
Texas Hill Country Olive Company
Medicine Woman Herbs
Mexican American Cultural Center
is dedicated to preserve, develop, and promote the Mexican American/Latino heritage and culture and to facilitate and encourage a greater appreciation of Mexican American/Latino cultural arts by people of all backgrounds through education, research, and cultural programming.
Cooking Up Cultures
Teaching language and sharing cultures through food, activity for kids to learn while making foo
Huck Johnson and the Jacknives - Huck Johnson and the Jackknives play swinging Texas Blues. The Austin TX based band is currently touring in support of their first studio recording: “Mason Jar Martini” which was released in the spring of 2015. Consisting of six original compositions, the EP demonstrates the band’s love for West Coast Jump and Texas Blues, as well as Traditional Jazz and Surf instrumentals. Along with their catalog of original music, this dynamic trio’s ability to play Jazz and Blues standards, Soul, and high energy Rock and Roll, puts smiles on faces and will always keep the dance floor moving. Huck and the boys put on a show to remember!