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GROWN WITH LOVE
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THIS WEEK AT THE MARKET

We’re open and following the latest Safe Shop Guidelines. 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
Mrs. Frances Pies
Emelia’s Tamales
Me’s Healthy Products
Cajun Acres Hydroponics
Phoenix HyGro
Adorn
C’est Tout Dried Trinity Mix
Sinker Cypress
R2 Positive Culture
The Urban Naturalist
Sage’s Sea Moss
Trex Turned wood
Delizioseaux Pasta
Pryia’s Indian Foods
Sky’s Bites
Hunt’s Perfect Roast
The Bottom of the Pot
Mrs. Irma’s Kitchen
The Rolling Pin
Simply Carmelicious
D 31/6 woodworks
PJ’s Jerky
Anding Honey Farm
Sweet Smart
Henna by Laura Westbrook
The Little Flower’s Table
Louisiana Salsa Co.
Bayou Paws Café
Magnolia Studios
Extreme Cypress
Natural Climbers Pet Products
Nothing but a Sewing Needle
Rooted for Good
Steve Seneca Art
Withered in Thyme
Datura Designs
Tatting by Christy
Dip’n Dabble
The Moonlit path
Sacred Sunrise
Mike’s Wood working
Piacere Neapolitan Pizza
Soso’s Brazilian Treats
Red Sand Farm
Cajun Cane Kettle Corn
Garden District Soapery
Santa Rita Honey Farm
Plantes de Leau
Ken’s Gourmet Mushrooms
The Worm Lady Recycling
Bois de Figue
A Rolling Stone Jewerly
Josey’s Goods
Bien Aimee’ Farm
Inglewood Farm
Andy’s Veggies
Delcambre Direct Seafood
Flowing Hills
Acadian Slice Pies
Blazing Star Farm
Cajun Prairie Farm
Magnolia Moon
Father’s Espresso
T-Moise Farm
Indian Village Harvest Barn Peaches

Updated 7/10/2021

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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