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GROWN WITH LOVE
YES, WE'RE OPEN.
MEET US UNDER THE OAKS!
HAND-CRAFTED
ONE OF A KIND GIFTS
GRAB 'N' GO
DRINKS, LUNCH & SWEETS

THIS WEEK AT THE MARKET

We’re open and following the latest Safe Shop Guidelines. All vendors a required to wear masks while selling and booths are spread out to encourage social distancing. Come on by for fresh produce, local art and jewelry, desserts, hot food and more. We’ll see you at the market!

JOIN US EVERY SATURDAY
8AM – NOON

Mark Hernandez, Market Director
Mark Hernandez, Market Director

CURRENT VENDORS

Gonsoulin Land and Cattle
Emelia’s Tamales
Me’s Healthy Product
Cajun Acre Farm
Adorn
Paul Ayo Foods
Inspirational Stained Glass and Pottery
Krazy about Keto
Andy’s Veggies
La Sobrevivencia Mexican
Kneedy Pasta
Delizioseaux pasta sauce
Home Grown Cones
Pryia’s Indian Foods
Hunt’s Perfect Roast
Mrs. Irma’s Kitchen
Bottom of the pot
The Rolling Pin llc
D 31/6 woodworks
Simply Carmelicious
PJ’s Jerky and Design
Anding Honey Farm
Sweet Smart
Nothing but a sewing needle
Matt Photography
Earigami
Sliding Delta Studio
Steve Seneca art
Extreme Cypress
Crumbs and Cream Patisere
Schilsons Farm
Cajun Cane Kettle Corn
Josey’s goods
Acadian Slice pies
Magnolia Moon
Father’s Espresso
T-Moise
Chris Grill and More
Aromas Café

Updated 9/12/2020

SHOP LOCAL

COMMUNITY

Local businesses give a community its flavor. The Market’s many local & diverse vendors set us apart from other area markets. By supporting these vendors, you ensure that uniqueness is preserved as a part of our community.

HEALTHY & HEARTY

Buying local foods has numerous health benefits to your family. When you buy from local farmers, you have access to fruits and vegetables that you know are chemical free, as well as grass-fed meats, fresh eggs, and dairy from cows that feast on local green grass each day. There are also benefits to eating raw local honeys, which are thought to help battle allergies.

LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION

The LAFAYETTE FARMERS & ARTISANS MARKET is located at Moncus Park – 100 acres of historic agricultural land in the heart of the Hub City. It’s an ideal location for our local farmers, artisans, and value-added producers to gather each week under the property’s majestic oak trees to sell their wares, foods, and fresh produce.

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