This fall, Scottsdale will debut the Valley's newest nighttime farmer's market. Known as "We Keep It Local Wednesdays," the market will begin this September and run every second Wednesday of the month through December. The goal of the market is to celebrate locally sourced ingredients, products and talent.
A new monthly farmer's market makes it debut in Scottsdale this fall — Photo courtesy of North Scottsdale Farmer's Market
Along with fresh local fruits and veggies, visitors will be able to enjoy live music from a rotating line-up of local acts. There will also be a large selection of handmade gifts as well as food samples from notable Scottsdale culinary artists like chef Michael O'Dowd of Renegade by MOD restaurant.
High quality grass-fed meats, cage-free eggs, and artisan cheeses and breads will also be featured. Vendors and local growers expected to be a part of the new farmer's market include Alaskan Pride Seafood, Circle Key Farms, AZ Food Labs, Dorota Botanicals, Gourmet Blends and Arizona Honey Market.
The new market is a collaboration between the North Scottsdale Farmer's Market, 94 Hundred Corporate Center and local restaurant Renegade by MOD.
Scottsdale's new "We Keep It Local Wednesdays" market night will be setting up shop in the city's busy Shea Corridor neighborhood at 9343 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 115. For more information, contact the North Scottsdale Farmer's Market at (480) 389-4828.