Slow Food Farmers Market – Sunday, June 5th!

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Rosenberg’s Sibling on Wheels, City Pretzel, to Debut at Slow Food Farmers Market at the Source on June 5th

 

[/heading][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]This week’s Slow Food Farmers Market at The Source is going to be a good one! Mark your calendars and come out Sunday, June 5th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

The full line-up for June 5th includes:

  • City Pretzel
  • Five Points Fermentation
  • Hunt & Gather
  • Leffler Family Farms
  • Special Guest: Coutelier NOLA
  • Sweet Jaynes
  • Mondo Market Guest
  • RiNo Yacht Club Market Cocktail
  • Little Locavores: Seed Planting

 

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Spend your Sunday shopping local, tasting some delicious foods, trying a RiNo Yacht Club market cocktail, and supporting your local Colorado producers. The Little Locavores activity will be sure to entertain your kids while you do so. We hope to see you this Sunday at The Source!

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