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Lake Havasu Farmers Market September 9

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September 2023

Think mini-Whole Foods experience. Think engagement, education, health & wellness. Think sustainability. Think community!

LAKE HAVEASU CITY – The Lake Havasu Farmers Market will set up shop September 9 at The KAWS, 2144 McCulloch Blvd. N, between 8 a.m. and Noon. An energizing shared space, The KAWS, on Main Street in Downtown Lake Havasu is a perfect fit for an inviting farmers market. Admission is free.

The Lake Havasu Farmers Market highlights local produce, cheese, eggs, bakers, artisans and chefs throughout Arizona. The atmosphere allows shoppers to not only pick fresh groceries, but they will also have an opportunity to meet the producer.

The produce offerings will vary depending on what is in season for the month. Stop by, take advantage of the offerings that will be there, and relax with friends while picking up hand-crafted items. 

The Lake Havasu Farmers Market is on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month from 8 am – Noon. 

For questions, email: lakehavasufarmersmarket@gmail.com or follow on Facebook and visit www.lakehavasufarmersmarket.com.

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