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Farmers Market The Hill Country has many popular market days, flea markets, trade days, swap meets and farmers markets in various towns. Saturdays, and some Fridays and Sundays are the popular days. The products are varied, from produce, to antiques, art, collectibles, crafts, and garage-sale type items.

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BANDERA FARMERS MARKET: 830-460-1271; Located at Heritage Park, 415 Main Street (in front of Sid's BBQ). All year, every Thur, 9a-Noon. Facebook. Local vendors offer seasonal free-range eggs, kale, baked goods, honey products, goat's milk skin-care products and a variety of cool weather produce including herbs, kale, lettuce and more. Outdoor. Note: This is NOT the Bandera Market located in Bandera Pointe!

BANDERA MARKET DAYS: 210-218-7935; Held on Main Street in downtown on the Courthouse lawn. Every month, 1st Sat, Mar-Dec, 9a-4p. Web. Features individual artists and craftsmen presenting original works. Non-profit organizations also sell baked goods or items to raise money for their organization. Only a limited number of resale items of the highest quality are accepted. The show is juried to maintain both quality and variety. Cindy Beckham. Updates are also on Facebook: Bandera Business Association (BBA) 2022 Frontier Times Museum

(The) DRESSED FLEA'S MARKET: 830-796-3864; At Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th Street. Annual two day event, 10a-4p. Web. Enjoy shopping for that special gift for that special someone. Items include: sewing items, holiday decor, furniture, handbags, knick knacks, collectibles, kitchen ware. Everything you could possibly want & more! Fundraiseer for the museum. 2023: Nov 16-17

SIP & SHOP FLEA MARKET: 830-522-2246; Held at Bandera Brewery, 3540 TX-16 S, Ste 2A. Every month, 2nd Sat, 11a-5p. With Sip & Shop, enjoy shopping and socializing, shop local and support Bandera Brewery Scholarship Fund. A variety of local vendors, plus craft beer, wine, mimosas, and food from the Marfe. Live music at 6p. Benefits local scholarship fund. Web,

ZOKA JO'S VENDOR MARKETS: Temporarily closed until further notice. Check link for update. 210-897-9138; Vaquero Motel, 1103 Maple St at 14th Street. Every month, Mar–Nov, 4th Sat, 10a–6p. Facebook. Many handcrafted items, baked goods, vintage pieces and collectibles. Heather Heisler Jones.

BARKSDALE MARKET DAYS: At Mary B. Powers Hall. Every month (except May), 3rd Sat, 10a-2p. Facebook. A safe space for our community to sell their items in a central location. Produce, crafters, makers, garage sale items or anything else. Table/booth fee: $10. Event by Michele Ward and Barksdale Civic Assoc.

BEE CAVE FARMERS MARKET: 512-750-9315; At Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Blvd, in Central Plaza. Located at major intersection of Bee Cave Rd, RR-620 and TX-71. Every Sun, 10a-2p., Facebook. 40+ booths Fresh produce. Live music. Young entrepreneur program with a row at the market just for young entrepreneurs in the community. This market eplaces former Lone Star FM (see below for new location).

LONE STAR FARMERS MARKET AT BEE CAVE: 512-924-5703; New location: 12434 Bee Caves Rd, located in Sportsman's Finest, across from HEB. The "original" Bee Cave Farmers Market. Every Sun, 10a-2p., Facebook. 40+ booths overflowing with the finest local poduce and locally inspired artisan foods.

BEE CAVE ARTISAN MARKET: At Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Blvd, in the Central Plaza. Beginning Sep 2, 2023, 1st Sat every month, 9a-4p, with the exception of Dec when we will run a special evening holiday market Dec 1st. Live music every month and over 50 local artisans and crafters. Dance along to live music while you shop all of the best local artisan goods in Bee Cave, from gourmet foods to unique wellness products.



BERTRAM MARKET DAYS: No phone; 821 W Vaughn St, at Panther Park, near the pool and playground. Check for date announcements: Facebook. Sat, 10a-2p. Baked goods, scenery, plunder jewelry, metal art, hand crafted, crochet, and hand sewn items. KO BBQ Truck. Geneva Garcia Nicks

BLANCO MARKET DAY: Old Blanco Courthouse Square, on US-281, 300 Main Street. Every 3rd Sat, 9a-4p, Mar-Dec. Web. 80+ vendors, live music, food, drinks, arts, crafts, antiques, food and much more. Kid friendly. Noel Ketay, 830-833-2211,

BLUMENTHAL FARMS FARMERS MARKET: 830-205-9930; 9396 US-290 E, between Stonewall & Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Every Sun, Noon-4p. Local vendors. Also located here: beverage bar, tasting room, cigar room, general store, amphitheater, live entertainment, pickleball, putting greens

BOERNE MARKET DAYS: 210-844-8193; at Main Plaza, Historical District, 100 N Main Street. Every month, 2nd weekend. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p. Web. Outdoors, featuring unique boutiques, vintage decor, vendors, antiques, collectibles, plants, one of a kind creations by artists and craftsmen. Great variety of food and live music. Family oriented and pet friendly. Free admission. David Querbach,

FARMER'S MARKET AT THE CIBOLO: 830-249-4616; at Cibolo Nature Center, 33 Herff Rd, on the grounds of the 1850s Texas Hill Country farm. All year, every Sat, 9a-1p. Web. Open air market. Located just a mile from Historic Downtown Boerne and 45 minutes from downtown San Antonio. Products directly from local growers, ranchers and crafters on a beautiful historic German farmstead, located under giant oak trees. Explore our fenced gardens, pollinator meadow, and trails, and see the historic limestone Herff House. Cindy Glass,

HANDCRAFTED MARKET: 210-445-1080; at The AgriCultural, 102 City Park Road. Every 3rd Sat, 10a-4p, Open-air market featuring booths with 100% handcrafted goods. Venue

Z'S ARTISANS CRAFT MARKET: 830-331-1212; at Z's Wood Fired Pizza, 118 Old San Antonio Road. Every 4th Fri, 6-10p. In addition to fabulous pizza and beer, this market features live music and a line up of booths with quality artisan goods. Web

HEARTLAND MERCHANTS MARKET: 325-792-7999; at Tractor Supply Annex Bldg, 2309 S Bridge Street. Monthly, 1st Sat, 9-2a. Facebook. 40+ vendors. Climate controlled environment. Rain or shine or heat. Features boutique items, hand-crafted, hand-sewn and hand-painted arts and crafts, wearables, home decor, home baked items and much more from local artisans and vendors! Melissa Hail

ROCHELLE REDNECK SWAP MEET: 325-456-3232; 1 block S of US-190 in Rochelle. 9a-2p. New market.
Schedule: 6/10/23. Check back for schedule.

COUNTRY MARKET: At Season Three Vineyard, 22800 FM-963. 713-647-1818. Artisan made products, food truck, wine. 2024: Sun, 5/5 Noon-4p

MILLS MARKET: 830-329-2733; 15224 TX-29 & FM 1431 intersection (Fuzzy's Corner, SE corner, Buchanan Dam, TX 78609. Facebook. Produce Market, fruit, vegetables, jar goods. Single vendor outdoor market. Fri-Sun, sometimes additional days. Loc: SW

OMA'S ATTIC FLEA MARKET: 512-793-2420; 9225 RR-1431 W, Buchanan Dam, TX 78609. Over 6000 sf, one Onr/vendor

DOWNTOWN BUDA FARMERS MARKET: 512-773-7128; downtown, Buda City Park, 204 San Antonio Street. Year round, every Sun, 10a-2p. Web. Focus on sustainability, this market provides visitors, residents and local businesses with high-quality goods and the freshest, most nutritious and most reasonably priced locally grown produce. Fresh, organic, baked goods, vegetables. Shop, eat, drink. Jennifer Denton

BE FAB MARKET DAYS: 830-438-3336; 2877 Bulverde Rd, Ste 108, Bulverde. Every 2nd Sat. 10a-4p. Facebook. Cathy Scroggins-Brownlow

BULVERDE MARKET DAYS: 361-945-4778; Bulverde Village, 2541 Bulverde Rd. All year, every 4th Sat, 9a-2p. (Plus in Sep, 2nd Sat). Come shop local small businesses under the oak trees. 25+ tents, food, art, all handmade, all local. Rain or shine. Ashley ·

(The) FARM STAND FARMERS MARKET: 210-995-9553; 30315 Bartels Road. Every Sat, 11:30a-2:30p. Facebook. Miss Scarlett's Texas Homegrown is a sustainable vegetable farm and produce stand. We grow specialty, seasonal crops, and use natural pest deterrents only.

HATCH 5 MARKET DAYS: 210-995-9553; 2360 Bulverde Road. Every Wed, 9a-1p. We offer farm pickup produce boxes randomly throughout the week so follow us on facebook for updates. By appointment only, via texting 210-995-9553. We offer $20 & $30 boxes along with $20 honey 2lb jars. Loaded with great produce, eggs, barbecue, baked goods, canned goods, meat local honey and more. Vendor space available. Miss Scarlett's Texas Homegrown.

(The) MONDAY MARKET AT BULVERDE: 361-945-4778; Bulverde Village, 2541 Bulverde Rd. Every 1st & 3rd Mon, 10a-3p. Web. A farmer's market dedicated to local businesses in the area. Includes artisan products. Food trucks.

SPECHTS MARKET DAY: At Spechts Texas, 112 Specht Rd, Bulverde/San Antonio. Every 2nd Sat. 9a-9p. Multiple vendors selling a wide variety of goods. Full menu of food & drinks.

BURNET FARMERS & CRAFTS MARKET: 512-756-3059; Courthouse Square, 220 S Pierce Street. May-Nov, Every Sat, 9a–1p, weather permitting. Web. Vendors sell seasonal fresh organic produce and locally grown agricultural products, vegetables, as well as other vendors selling home baked, jellies, jams, and handcrafted goods. Items change weekly. Sponsored by Highland Lakes Master Gardeners.
Map. Linda Stoneking: 817-939-7080,

PICKERS PARADISE FLEA MARKET: 512-756-4250; 103 S Silver Street. Every day, 10a-5p.


CAMP WOOD TRADIN' DAYS: 830-597-2265; Lindbergh Park. Starting mid-June, every 2nd Sat, 9a-2p, weather permitting. Arts & crafts, yard sales, garage sales, farmer's market, music and games. Patsy

CAMP WOOD FARMERS MARKET: Next to Rusty Pickle Wicks, at 110 N Nueces Street. 10a-5p. Bring your veggies, jams, and other handmade crafts to sell! Bring your own table. Donny Wade: 830-834-0902

(Canyon City, Cranes Mill, Hancock, Sattler, Startzville)

CANYON LAKE FARMERS MARKET: 830-964-3003; at CRRC office, 125 Mabel Jones Dr, Web, Facebook. Every month, typically 2nd or 3rd Saturdays. Check web for dates. 9a-2p. Fresh produce, prepared foods, home baked breads & pastries, candles, freshies, jewelry, eggs, art, clothing, and more! Local vendors. 2023 Schedule: Aug 19, Sep 9, Oct 21, Nov 11, Dec 2

CANYON LAKE TRADE DAYS: 830-964-6400; 1273 FM-2673, Canyon Lake, TX 78133. No further information available

SATTLER PRODUCE MARKET -830-964-3334; at VFW Post 8573, 14625 River Rd, Canyon Lake, TX 78133. Every month, 3rd Fri, 2-4p. Web. Link to place prepaid orders online via River City Produce: #Market2YouSA: Orders Web. Online orders must be placed by 9p the night before the event. Fresh produce at wholesale costs! Open to the public!

STAHLMAN'S FARMERS MARKET: 830-515-3658; 5511 FM-2722 (E and S of Startzville going toward TX-46), Canyon Lake/New Braunfels, in Bear Creek area. Every Mon, Wed-Sat, 10a-5:30p; Sun, 11a-4p. Facebook. Instore shopping. Admission: Free, Parking: Free. Fresh seasonal produce, freshly smoked BBQ outside. Also organic chicken and dairy. Inside are preserves, grass-fed beef and freshly made sandwiches. Gifts too!

CEDAR PARK FARMERS' MARKET (aka TEXAS FARMERS' MARKET, aka SFC FARMERS MARKET-LAKELINE): 512-363-5700; 11200 Lakeline Mall Drive. All year, every Sat, 9a-1p, rain or shine. Web. Open air market, seasonal food, fresh produce and artisan foods from local farmers and vendors, enjoy live music from local artists. 90+ vendors, about 40% of which are agricultural producers. Manager inspected.

CEDAR PARK MARKET DAYS: 512-750-9315; 11066 Pecan Park Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613. Located in parking lot behind Pluckers, in front of Pets Mart and Office Depot). Feb-Dec, every 3rd Sat, 9a-4p. Web. Outdoor market featuring live music and 70+ artisans, crafters, and food trucks. Jennifer Kloss,

ALWAYS FUN MARKETS-SATURDAY: 512-750-9315; 11066 Pecan Park Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613. Located in front of the Petsmart parking lot and next to Pluckers Wings across from Lakeline Mall. Every 4th Sat, 9a-4p, except Jul-Aug: 9a–2p. Web. A family fun market. Face painting, hand crafted foods, treats, deserts, unique arts, crafts, clothing and lots more. Free admission. Rick Allard: 805-279-1641,

ALWAYS FUN MARKETS-SUNDAY: 512-750-9315; 11066 Pecan Park Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613. Located in front of the Petsmart parking lot and next to Pluckers Wings across from Lakeline Mall. Every 2nd Sun, 11a-3p. Web. A family fun market. Face painting, hand crafted foods, treats, deserts, unique arts, crafts, clothing and lots more. Free admission. Rick Allard: 805-279-1641,

CENTER POINT MERCANTILE FLEA MARKET: 830-329-2424, 111 Stoneleigh Road. 1st & 3rd Fri/Sat/Sun, every month. Fri: 9a-5p; Sat: 9a-5p, Sun: 10a-4p. And by appointment other days. Web. A vendor mall, with open or covered (huge tent) space available. Resale items.

COMFORT AREA FARMER'S MARKET: 830-995-3368; Located in the Comfort Park at 403 TX-27. Apr-Aug (check dates), Sat: 8a-Noon or until sold out. Weather permitting. Fresh vegetables, fruits, jellies and jams, home preserves, canned items, baked goods, herbs, plants & flowers. All are homegrown or homemade. Doris Wallace, Jay Zapata. Web

HIGHWAY 87 FLEA MARKET: 210-2775-8360; 10005 N Creek Road. Open every Sat-Sun, 10a-5p. Facebook. Multiple vendors. Spaces open to rent. Conveniently located right off US-87 N, across from Comfort High School. Oldest Flea Market in the Hill Country.


DRIPPING SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET: 512-750-5942; At historic Pound House Farmstead, 419-B Founders Park Road. Every Wed, 3-6p. Web, Facebook. A community gathering place where local agricultural and value-added product producers sell a variety of fresh agricultural and related products directly to the consumer. Featuring handmade items of all types. Free parking, free admission, live music. Supports artists and artisans of all kinds. Provided by the City. See 2nd market below.

DRIPPING SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET: 512-750-5942; At Veterans Memorial Park ("The Triangle"), US-290 at RR-12, at the light. Every Sat, 9a-Noon. A new monthly market on a test basis, provided by the City (see above). Same as above but on Saturdays at the Triangle. New vendors welcome! Amy Kirk, 512-761-1852

TREATY OAK SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET: 512-387-5822; At Treaty Oak Distilling, 16604 Fitzhugh Road. Every Sat, 11a-3p. Provided by by Treaty Oak Distilling and Lone Star Farmers Market.


FISCHER, JACKSON OPEN AIR MARKET: 830-935-2781; 281-352-4663; at 6341 FM-32, located 1.3 mi E of Canyon Lake HS. Artisan & farmers market. Covered venue, food, fun, entertainment. Every Sat & Sun, 9a-5p

AUSTIN FLEA: 512-537-5100; at Jester King Brewery, 13187 Fitzhugh Rd, Fitzhugh/Austin, TX 78736. Every 2nd Sun, 11a-5p. Venue Web. (and many Austin area flea markets). All local makers, crafters and vintage vendors. Expect to find: jewelry, hemp-based products, bath/body goods, textiles, original artwork, vintage fashion & finds, homewares, candles & more! A day of shopping, eating and drinking local.

BARN YARD MARKET: 512-461-6441; at 2082 W Live Oak St, W of downtown. Monthly, 2nd weekend, Sat: 9a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Facebook. An Eclectic Hill Country shopping experience. A market where the intrepid weekend treasure hunter meets the professional pickers. Where purveyors of all sorts of unique goods can satisfy the choosiest of shoppers. A mix of merchandise such as: vintage goods, shabby chic decor, furniture, second hand goods, boutique items, jewelry, antiques, and more. Live music, BBQ.

Farmers Market FREDERICKSBURG FARMERS MARKET: Seasonal open air market. Location: Summer market at Marktplatz, 126 W Main St in large Pavilion. Apr-mid Aug, Every Thur, 4-7p (except during Crawfish Festival); Late Sep-Mar, Every Thurs, 4-6p. Check specific dates on website. Sponsor Web, < href="" target="_blank">Event Web, Facebook. Rain or shine. Locally focused and offers a variety of fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, cheese, flowers, freshly baked artisan bread and pizza, meats, Gulf seafood, local wine, live music. Free Chef's samples. Tommy Newman

FREDERICKSBURG TRADE DAYS: 210-846-4094; at 11382 US-290 E, Stonewall/Fredericksburg, TX 78671. Weekend of 3rd Sat every month. Fri-Sat: 9a-6p. Sun: 9a-4p. $3 Parking for 3 days. Web. Acres of vendors. Biergarten, live music.

HARVEST HILL FARM MARKET (aka The Farm Stand): 830-456-0901; at 12918 TX-16 S, halfway between FBG and KVL. Every Mon, Tue, Fri & Sat: 10a-until sold out. Web. Admission: Free, Parking: Free. Come experience the Farm-to-Table freshness! Our farm is family owned and run since 2017. We grow and sell quality fruits, vegetables and cut flowers. Our goal is to provide our customers with wholesome, nutrient rich, and delicious fruits and vegetables. Plus we grow a variety of beautiful cut flowers which always delight our customers.


GRANITE SHOALS FARMERS MARKET: 830-385-2427; at 2221 N Phillips Ranch Rd, just off of FM-1431, at Quarry Park on the covered W side tennis courts, next to City Hall. 3rd Sat, 9a-2p. Facebook. No fee for vendors. Admission is free for shoppers. Family-friendly with children's activities such as rock and poster board painting, bird feeder building, and a bounce house. Food truck. Non-profits are also encouraged to set up tables at the event. Vendor space available. Booth rental: $15. Granite Shoals is 7 mi W of Marble Falls, TX. Pat Bradshaw and Suzee Thompson, ,

(OLD) GRUENE MARKET DAYS: 830-832-1721; at 1724 Hunter Rd, in Gruene Historic District in front of Adobe Verde. 3rd full weekend of each month, Feb-Nov and 1st weekend of Dec. 10a-5p, rain or shine., Facebook. Live entertainment; 100+ artisans (hand made products), specialty shopping and unique dining in Gruene's turn-of-the-century historic district. All of our artists create their product themselves and are on site to talk to you about their art. Woodworkers, jewelers, sculptures, fiber and many other forms of mixed media and pre-packages foods and spices. Come to Gruene to truly embrace the quality of these talented artists and enjoy the community as a whole by spending the day listening to live music, eating in one of the many restaurants and shopping in the many retail and antique stores in town. From IH-35, Exit 191, go W 1.5 miles, turn L on Hunter Road. Free parking and admission.

GRUENE LOKAL MARKETPLATZ: 830-214-4694; 1720 Hunter Rd, in Gruene Historic District. Every 2nd Sat, Mar-Dec. Hours vary but typically 9a-5p. Check website. Web. Over 80 local artistans, crafters, creaters, and more! Dreamland of dining, drinking, and shopping. Stroller and pet-friendly. Not just for tourists! (locals love this place). Bring the entire family, Fun for all ages. Free parking & admission. Outside, rain or shine!

290 MARKET: 830-460-0833; at Harper Community Park on US-290, 211 Harper Pioneer Park Drive. Quarterly, 10a-4p. Facebook. Variety of vendors such as: arts & crafts, fruits & veggies, antiques & collectables with live music, food trucks, live music, kid activities, beer & wine

HARPER'S HAPPY MARKET: 830-864-4966; 23717 US-290 West. At Gulf Fitness Station. Web. "Das Shops" Market (The Station on 290), Monthly, 2nd Sat, 10a-4p. Clothes, crafts, furniture, jewelry, kid zone, food court, pizza, live music. See website for dates.

HUNT TX FARMERS MARKET & MORE: 830-238-3057; 182 FM-1340. Sat 9a.

HILL COUNTRY FLEA MARKET & FARMER'S MARKET: 830-446-0048; at Texas Hills Vineyard, at 878 FM-2766, 1 mi E of town. Every Sat, 10a-4p. Located under shaded oak patio yard next to Tasting Room. Michelle

JOHNSON CITY MARKET DAYS: 830-868-7684; Held downtown, now at the historic Courthouse Square between Nugent and Ave G. Beginning in Mar, held every 4th weekend. Sat 9a-5p, Sun: 10a-3p. Web. Food, artisans, vendors


LBJ FARMERS MARKET: 512-517-4994; Located at Johnson City Coffee Co, 108 W Main Street. Every Sat. Oct-May: 10a-2p. June-Sep: 9a-1p. Local farmers and families. Produce, eggs, cheese, meats, baked goods, local coffee, multiple food truck options. And, 2nd Sat of each month is an all-services market offering foods and non-food artisan products and services. Live music and family fun.

FARMERS MARKET: 325-446-2516; 1119 Main Street. At Junction Ministereial Alliance Food Pantry. Mar-Oct, Every 1st Tue, 10a-1p. Web. FMNP vouchere distributed.

JUNCTION AREA FARMERS MARKET: 325-215-1626; Schreiner Park, Junction City Park. Mar-Dec, Every Sat, 9a-Noon. Web. No charge to attend. Family, friends, pets, are welcome. Food, crafts, ideas for holidays or any day. In the shade, down by the river. Rain or shine. Christmas Market: At Courthouse Sq: 2023: 12/2 9a-1p

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HEART OF THE HILLS FARMERS MARKET: 830-370-7476; 200 Sidney Baker St S, at River Hills Mall parking lot (across from Louise Hayes Park, outside of JC Penney's & the Little HEB). Every Sat, 8a-Noon. Web. 20+ Vendors, local produce, art, jams and jellies, hot sauces, coffee, soaps, honey, ehhs, meat and baked goods. In the event of rain the event moves inside the River Hills Mall.

KERR COUNTY MARKET DAYS & HILL COUNTRY SWAP MEET: 830-895-7524; Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3705 TX-27, at Show Barn. Mar-Dec, every 1st Sat (except Apr), 8a-3p, rain or shine, wind or hail. A non-profit organization of growers, artists, craftspeople, and food producers operating a pet-friendly and child-friendly event. Food vendors. Parking: Free. Indoors. Includes Hill Country Swap Meet, a giant garage sale, flea market, trade days, all-in-one. Web

KERR COUNTY PRODUCE: 830-896-7330; 215 A Street, at The Big Red Barn. Every Wed, 10a-5:30p., Facebook Retail & Wholesale Products: Eggs,fruits, produce, vegetables. Warehouse style covered market. Bring your own bags.

KERRVILLE BLUE OAK MARKET DAYS: 210-863-5725; 1834 Junction Hwy, Kerrville. Every Sat & Sun, 8a-6p. A multi-vendor market featuring clothing, accessories, handcrafts, art, pottery, vintage furniture. Hosted by Blue Oak Trading Co.

KERRVILLE FARMERS MARKET - DOWNTOWN: 830-928-4261; 529 Water Street. Open most months (check website schedule). Apr-Oct: every 1st Fri, 4-7p. Nov-Mar: every 1st Fri, 3p-dark. Web. Located under the majestic Oak trees of the historic A.C. Schreiner Home. A producers' only market offering a variety of locally sourced produce, meat, eggs, bread, cheese, beer, wine and more! Stone fired pizzas. Live music. FREE parking across the street in city parking garage.

MARKET DAYS AT WAKEPOINT LBJ: On the Greenbelt. 325-484-4448; 14757 RR-1431 W. Web. Every month, 1st Sat, 10a-5p. Food, beverages, live music, vendor stalls, washer tournaments, seasonal events and activities. 2023: 9/2, 10/7, 11/4, 12/2

CITY OF KYLE MARKET DAYS: Mary Kyle Hartson Park, 101 S Burleson Street. June-Dec (except Sep), every 2nd Sat, 9a-2p. Web. Local vendors, arts & crafts, farm to market items, live music. Deadline for vendor to apply is the 5p Wed before Market Day. Free to Public, Vendors: $0 - $20. Kyle Parks Department, Michele Jones, 512-262-3939 ext 1,

KYLE FLEA MARKET: 512-656-5958; 1119 N Old Hwy 81. Every Sat & Sun, 9a-5p. Web. A place for the community to buy, sell, trade. We have inside booths for venders to rent weekly or by the month. Open air Swap Meet table rental by the day. First come first serve, there is no reserve. Family friendly. Admission: Free. Vendors & food inside.


LAGO VISTA FARMER'S MARKET: 512-960-9674; At City Hall, 5803 Thunderbird Street. Every Sat, 10a-2p. Facebook

LAMPASAS COUNTY FARMER'S MARKET & CRAFTS: At Courthouse Square! Every Sat 9a-2p

LAMPASAS TRADE DAYS: 512-734-1294; 2646 US-190 E, at Marigold's Antiques & More. First Sat & Sun, monthly, Sat: 9a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p. Facebook. Storage building rentals for vendors: $50/mo. Outdoor space rental: $40/mo (you supply tables/tent). No used clothing or baby items sold. If you have a craft, you are an artist, woodworker, paint furniture, re-purpose items or just want to sell, this is for you. Free admission and parking. Barbara Postel, 512-734-1294 or Chamber: 512-556-5172

SULPHUR CREEK MARKET: At 301 US-281 South. Sun 11a-4p. Web. Market vendors, petting zoo, pony rides, s'mores bar, a fabulous selection of food options including pizza, pasta, Thai, grazing boxes, dessert options and more. Live music all day. Games. Family activities. Come out, have some fun, do some shopping, grab some food, hang out and enjoy the tunes!

LEAKEY MARKET DAYS: 441 US-83 South. Located around Pearl's Pavilion, between Texas Title and The Mercantile. Mar-Dec, 3rd Sat, 10a-2p. Web. Unique, vintage, antique, handmade, homegrown or crafted. Food trucks, beer & wine sales.


OLD TOWN LEANDER FARMER'S MARKET (aka Smooth Village Market): 512-698-1839; 203 W Broade Street. Every Sat, 9a-1p. Web. Local vendors and food trucks.


LLANO FARMER'S & CRAFTER'S MARKET: downtown, at Courthouse Square, 801 Ford Street. Every Month, 1st & 3rd Sat, 9a-1p. Web. A community inspired market sponsored by Llano Main Street to provide a welcoming venue for citizens and visitors to share homegrown produce, handmade specialities, and a neighborly gathering place. Includes fruits, veggies, eggs, breads, pies, canned food, preserves, local honey, quilts, pottery, art, jewelry, and decor. No vendor fee. Tony Guidroz, 325-372-1088



CROWNOVER FEED FARMERS MARKET: 830-693-4458; Hosted by Crownover Feed Store, with market held in parking lot at their store at 1810 RR-1431, Marble Falls. Every Wed & Sat, 9a-Noon. Facebook

HIGHLAND LAKES FARMERS MARKET: 830-693-4458; Downtown at Falls Creek Park, on Main St between Yett and Buena Vista Drive. Web. Fresh produce. Laurie Crownover,
  • Saturdays: Every Sat, 9a-noon, at 1810 RM-1431 West. Located in the parking lot of Crownover Feed Barn & Jackson Sales & Service, heading west out of town, on the left, just past HEB heading towards Granite Shoals.
  • Wednesdays: 3:30-5p, at 105 RM-1431 E, in front of St John's Catholic Church
Free to any vendor who wants to participate. Non-profit farmer's market.

MARKET AT THE ORRASI: 9329 RR-1431. Every 1st Sat, 10a-2p. Facebook. Encouraging and building community through food, crafts, and arts. An avenue for artisans and farmers to connect with the local community, for mutual benefit. Live music.

MASON COUNTY FARMERS MARKET: Held at the West lawn of the Courthouse, at 201 Ft McKavitt Street. Held every Sat, 6-8p. Facebook. Free parking and admission. Vendor booth: $15/mo

MEDINA MARKET: At Medina Community Center: 13857 TX-16 N. 2nd Sat, 8-10a. Local produce, meats, dairy, baked goods, handcrafted items, services

(The) OLD TIMER'S TRADER'S DAY: 830-589-2226; At The Old Timer General Store, 14178 TX-16 North. Every 1st Sat, 11a-5p. Facebook. Local artists and artisans.

LAKEHILLS LAST SATURDAY MARKET: 254/979-1073; at the Lakehills Civic Center, 11225 PR-37, Lakehills. Every 5th Sat, 9a-4p. Rain or Shine. Web. 100+ vending spaces. Food, local entertainment, arts & crafts, wineries, fresh fruit & veggies, handcrafters and more!

LAKEHILLS FARMERS MARKET: 830-205-3091; 101 Center St, Lakehills. Monthly, every other Sat, 9a-1p. Facebook. Located next to True Value, across street from grocer. Rain or Shine. 30 vendor locations. Food trucks. Admission: Free, Parking: Free. Dog and kid friendly

LAKEHILLS FLEA MARKET: 210-380-1113; 9216 FM-1283, Lakehills. 9a-5p. Closed Tue/Wed. Facebook


FARMERS MARKET: American Legion Park, E San Saba Ave, South side. Every Fri, 5-7p. Facebook. Growers, makers, bakers, knowers, artisans, and entertainers too. Shop the market and then stick around to enjoy live music with your neighbors. Family friendly event. Lawn chairs welcome.

(The) MENARD STATION: 325-396-8727; 211 Frisco St. Ranch to table farmers market and castoff. Facebook. - 2023: Sat 12/2, 11a-2p


BUSSEY'S FLEA MARKET: 512-212-1800; 210-651-6830; 18738 IH-35 N, Schertz (SW New Braunfels). Every Sat-Sun: 7a-5p. Web Traditional American carnival eats meet antiques, yard sale wares & crafts at this classic market. Family owned and operated. 120 spaces. Indoors.

GARDEN RIDGE MARKET/FARMER'S/ARTISAN MARKET DAYS: 602-920-9301; Held at Northeast Bible Church, 19185 FM-2252, Garden Ridge (SW New Braunfels). Every 2nd Sat, 9a-2p (Summer hours). Facebook. Enjoy 150+ local farm, craft & food vendors/trucks, sweet treats, live music, free kid's activities & more! Outdoors. Admission: Free

NEW BRAUNFELS FARMERS MARKET: 830-629-2223; 186 S Castell Ave, at Krause's Cafe, next to Friesenhaus, in front of Krause's Cafe. Year-around, every Sat, rain or shine, 9a-1p. Web. Locally grown fresh produce, cheeses, meats, jams, jellies, flower, art and more. Live music and chef demonstrations. 75+ vendors. Free admission. Kid and dog friendly.

TINKERSMARKET: 830-310-1981; 18738 IH-35, Schertz (New Braunfels), near Bussey's. No further information.

PATRIOTS PRODUCE: 832-506-6119; 10802 Kit Carson Dr, in Belterra area. Every Fri, 10a-6p; Sat/Sun: 10a-3p. Faceebook. In-store shopping. "We sell locally sourced produce & artisan produce! Our proceeds benefit the Regroup Foundation - a national nonprofit dedicated to preventing veteran homelessness and hardship by providing healthy living environments for military service men and women during their transitions back into civilian life."

SFC FARMERS' MARKET AT SUNSET VALLEY: 512-220-1134; 3200 Jones Rd, (Toney Burger Center). Year round, Sat, 9a-1p. Web. Rain or shine (with exception of severe weather). In-season fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meat, eggs, locally made pastries, and handcrafted artisan goods. Offering locally sourced groceries, plus live music & a kids' area. 35 Weekly Vendors, family-focused, free parking, live music. FC (Sustainable Food Center).

SAN MARCOS FARMERS MARKET: A year-round open air market offering farm fresh produce, baked goods, canned goods, eggs, meat (bison, beef, turkey), crafts, and more. Web
  • Every Tue, at 312 E Hopkins St (at the Hitch), from 3-6p
  • Every Sat, at 155 E San Antonio St (between LBJ and Guadalupe Streets, next to the Hays County Courthouse Square). 9a-1p
A traditional non-profit organization run by community members. Membership is open to Central Texas producers who pass the membership requirements of the Board of Directors. By TexasRealFood. 512-558-1301. Contact: Kevin Adams, 512-754-8471

SAN MARCOS FLEA MARKET: At Wonder World Cave & Adventure Park and Mr Green's Garden Center, 1000 Prospect Street. Feature live music, local vendors, food trucks. Very family-friendly. No admission or parking costs. 2023: Every Sun, 9a-5p.

4TH FLEA: 512-392-2900; The Price Center, Downtown, 222 W San Antonio Street. Every 4th Sat, 9a-1p. Web. Indoor and outdoor booth spaces. Admission: free to public. Clay De Stefano,

SAN SABA PECAN CAPITAL TRADE DAYS: 325-372-4029; At the Courthouse Square, 500 E Wallace Street. Mar-May and Sep-Dec, 9a-2p. Facebook. Faturing food vendors, crafters, and much more from around the region. Shop, visit, and enjoy small-town charm at its best. Handcrafted bowls, beautiful crafts, baked goods, jellies, tamales, and more each month.


PEDERNALES FARMER'S MARKET: 737-314-4669; 23526 TX-71. Every Sun, 10a-2p, year-round (barring severe weather). Facebook. Located in the Apis restaurant parking lot. A food-focused and producer-only outdoor market with sustainable, practicing organic vendors and some local artisans. Hosted by Terra Purezza, with other local producers. $15 daily vendor fee, with an 8-week commitment requirement.

IRON WOLF SIP & SHOP: 512-970-3203; at Iron Wolf Ranch & Distillery, 101 CR-409. Every 4th Sat, all year. Noon-6p. Outdoor market. Attendees can shop from dozens of unique craft vendors while sipping specialty cocktails and enjoying live music. Free admission. Web

FARMERS MARKET AT THE SHOPS AT FAITHVILLE PARK: 830-885-2077; 17130 TX-46 West. 9a-1p. Web

HONEY CREEK MARKET DAYS: 210-573-8541; 27534 TX-46 West. Every 1st Sat, 10a-4p. Early March to Early Dec. Facebook. Shaded outdoor market, catering mostly handcrafted artisans. Featuring a variety of vendors, a large store front, food, treats and live entertainment on select dates. Pet friendly, fun and shopping for the entire family. Free admission. Robin Manhoff

MYSTIC MARKET DAYS: Mystic Shores, 25801 FM-306. Every Sat, 8a-2p. Web. 50+ foods and crafts vendors and food trucks to complete your shopping.

REFLECTION OUTPOST MARKET DAYS: 830-822-1171; 14370 US-281 North. Every 3rd Sat, 9a-4p. Facebook. Outdoors under oak trees. One-of-a-kind artisan crafts from local artists showcased.

SPRING CREEK GARDENS FARMERS MARKET: 830-885-6321; 11355 US-281 N, at Oak Grove. Every 2nd & 4th Fri, 9a-1p. Web. 20+ vendors, live music, food truck

SPRING CREEK GARDENS MAKERS MARKET: 830-885-6321; 11355 US-281 N, at Spring Creek Gardens, Oak Grove. Every 2nd Sat. 9a-4p. Web. Artisanal, small batch, local, homemade. Live music, food trucks, good times, community.

BURG'S CORNER-HILL COUNTRY HARVEST, INC: 830-644-2604; 15194 US-290 E, Stonewall, TX 78671. Web. Retail & wholesale peaches, peach products, fruit, fresh produce, eggs, cider, honey, pecans, ice cream, preserves, pickles, canned goods, sweets, gifts, and online store. Locally grown, creafted. Open air but covered (barn). Open: Mon 9a-4p, Thur-Sat 9a-5p, Sun 11a-5p



UTOPIA MARKET DAYS: Every Sat, 9a-noon; unless raining or too cold.

UVALDE FARMERS MARKET: 210-844-8193; 830-278-4115; Downtown Uvalde Plaza, West North Street, at the intersection of US-90 and US-83, across from courthouse. Feb-Oct, every 4th Sat & Sun, 9a-5p. Facebook. Free admission. Tree shaded plaza provides the perfect setting for an afternoon of shopping, live music, and great food. Vendors provide an incredible variety of vegtables, canned items, baked goods, arts and crafts, plants, and much more. Necole Querbach

LOST MAPLES WINERY/SABINAL RIVER WINERY FARMERS & CRAFT MARKET: 830-966-5131; 34986 FM-187. Not Every month, so check on-line schedue, 1st Sat. 11a-5p. Facebook. Locally grown produce and crafts. Free wine sampling. Sometimes live music.

FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET: 512-920-9063; Hill Country Cowboy Church, 120 Green Acres & FM-2325. Every Thurs. June-Sep: 4-7p. Oct-May: 2-6p. Home grown and handcrafted. Live entertainment

WIMBERLEY JUNCTION FARMERS MARKET: 9595 RR-12. Next to Savages. Every Sun. 9:30a-1p. Facebook. Local farm produce, handmade jewelry/gifts. Family friendly, music, food, drinks for all ages.

WIMBERLEY MARKET DAYS: 512-847-2201; 601 RR-2325 at Lions Field. 1st Sat, Mar-Dec, 7a-4p. Web. Open air market. Antiques, arts, crafts, plants, jewelry, toys, collectibles, clothing, furniture, tools & more. Hill country's oldest outdoor market, 2nd largest in Texas. 475+ booths of treasures, tree-shaded paths, live music, bbq. Convenient parking & concession stands. An institution in Wimberley since 1964, when the first market was held in the town square. Sponsored by Wimberley Lions Club. Craig Biggs, 512-847-2391




These markets are the quarterly, annual, and randomly dated events where the primary purpose is to sell products, new and used, artful or junk, on an area-wide basis (other than a typical small residential style garage sale) or in a fancy market setting. Before heading out to an event, double check their web link for changes to their scheduled dates.

MARDI GRAS ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW: 830-796-3280; at Bandera County Courthouse Lawn, 500 Main Street. 9a-4p. Annual event. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Web
2023: 2/11

DRESSED FLEA'S MARKET: 830-796-3864; at Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th Street. 10a-4p. Web. Annual event, every November. Enjoy shopping for that special gift for that special someone. Items include: Sewing items, holiday decor, furniture, handbags, knick knacks, collectibles, kitchen ware. Everything you could possibly want & more!
2023: 11/16-17

PRAIRIE SONG SEASONAL MARKET DAY: 210-310-8550; at Prairie Song Custom Sewing & Upscale Resale Shop, 280 TX-173 N, 10a-4p. Come and enjoy shopping and visiting with our many vendors. Web
2023: 4/29, SPRING MARKET
2023: Oct (TBD), FALL MARKET

MEMORIAL DAY STAMPEDE MARKET DAYS: 830-796-3280; at County Courthouse Lawn, 500 Main Street. Annual event, 9a-4p. Held in conjunction with annyual Stampede Days and Parade. Sponsored by Chamber. Chamber Web
2023: 5/27

COMMUNITY RUMMAGE SALE-HOMESTEADERS & PREPPERS BAZAAR: Bandera, at Pomarosa RV Park, 3845 TX-16 S. 3rd Sat. 11a-5p. Rummage sale. Demonstrations: safety, food processing, prepping 101. Activities, vendors, homemade food and more! Parking: Free. Admission: Free. 830-796-4339, Sponsor Web; Event Web
2023: Semi-Annual: 3/18; 9/15

MAKERS FAIRE & WINTERMARKT AT SHEEPWALK RANCH: At Sheep Walk Ranch, 5305 TX-173 N. Web. Annual event. Join us after the parade for holiday shopping, mini workshops and inspired eats! Meet the makers and learn. Santa. Admission: Free. 2024: 12/7, Noon-8p

SHOPPERS JUBILEE: On Main St, join merchants and enjoy sales, refreshments, festivities. Santa and photos at General Store until 8p. 2023: 12/9, Noon-3p

SPRING ART EXHIBITION & SALE: At El Dorado Gallery, 12901 Hill Country Blvd, #D1, located across from Eddie Bauer. 11a-4p. Explore the diverse and dynamic nature of abstract and modern art, meet the 5 emerging artists (Austin, California and Mexico) personally, and enjoy a glass of wine at this wonderful celebration of art and culture. Beverages will be served. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Free Registration
2023: 4/1

HOLIDAY ARTS MARKET: At Galleria, Central Plaza. 2023: 12/2-23, Every Fri: 4-9p & Sat: 11a-7p. Shop for the perfect holiday gifts with this rotating lineup of local artist vendors, offering festive and unique handmade goods. Bring friends & family to enjoy ice skating, holiday music and many fun activities as well!

BERTRAM COUNTRY CHRISTMAS: At downtown. This down-home Christmas celebration is packed with fun for the family and 60+ vendors selling food, drinks, gifts. Christmas parade, live music. Run Run Rudolph Kids Dash. Family friendly. 2023: 12/2, 9:30a-4p

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BLANCO MASTER GARDENERS PLANT SALE: 830-868-7167; at Old Blanco County Courthouse, 300 Main Street. 9a-4p. Annual event. Annual plants, perennials, native, herbs, wildflowerss, succulents, houseplants, more. Web. Parking: free, Admission: free. Provided by Blanco County Master Gardeners. 2024: Sat 4/20

JIM NEWMAN MOTHER'S DAY PLANT SALE: At Klepac Greenhouses, 200 Kendalia Road. 9a-noon. Annual event. Benefiting local charities and our US military veterans. Parking: Free. Admission: Free.
2023: 5/13

MARIGOLD MARKET: At old Blanco County Courthouse, 300 Main Street. Annual event. Web. Parking: free, Admission: free. Provided as part of the Texas Marigold Festival
2023: 10/27: Noon-6p; 10/28: 9a-6p

A VERY MERRY MAKER'S FAIR: At Real Ale Brewery, off US-281 N, just N of town. Noon-6p. Shop for gifts from local makers and artisans. Visit with Santa and elves. And, . . Beer! Annual event. Parking: free, Admission: free. 512-477-3472. Sponsor Web
2023: 12/9

CHRISTMAS MARKET: At Terraqueous RV Resort, 895 RR-32. 10a-4p. Crafters and vendors. Breakfast with Santa & the Grinch. Parking: free, Admission: free. 830-833-4232, Web
2023: 12/9

SPRING ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE: 830-329-2870; at Kendall County Fairgrounds, 1307 River Road. Annual event. Sat 9a-5p, Sun 10a-3p. Web. Featuring 60+ exhibitor booths overflowing with the finest American antiques found in the market today. Exhibitors gather their treasures from the estates of this great country and save their best for this nationally acclaimed antiques show. Collectors from all over the state, as well as many from out of state, find real antiques, no reproductions or imports, to add to their collections or decorate their homes. Fine antiques add a touch of elegance to any home & coordinate perfectly with any decorating scheme. Features country furniture, baskets, stoneware, glassware, jewelry, textiles, early paper, toys, silver, quilts, pewter, American Oak, Southwestern and more! BBQ. Food Concessions. Rain or Shine. Booths under cover. Parking: free. Admission: $5 (Good for entry all weekend), Children 12 & under: free. Presented By Texas Presentations.
2024: Canceled

BOERNE GARDEN CLUB ANNUAL PLANT SALE: At the Gazebo on Main St, 9a-2p. Plants at the sale will range from houseplants, succulents, perennials, cactus, native plants and more. Cash or check only. All proceeds to local scholarships and projects. Web. A not for profit organization.
2023: 5/6

BOERNE HANDMADE MARKET: Boerne, at Cana Ballroom, 202 W Kronkosky Street. Fri: 6:30p-9:30p; Sat: 9a-4p. Bi-annual event featuring 75+ handmade-only vendors. Items range from kid's item, clothing, home decor, bath and body products, signs, and tons more! Food trucks as well as many sweet and snack options! Tickets: required, Adults $5; Children 12 and under: free. 210-663-9046, Event Web
2023: 5/12-13, Nov: 17-18

BOERNE MARKET DAYS-HOLIDAY SEASON SALE: 210-844-8193; at Main Plaza, Historical District, 100 N Main Street. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p. Web. Outdoors, featuring unique boutiques, vintage decor, vendors, antiques, collectibles, plants, one of a kind creations by artists and craftsmen. Great variety of food and live music. Family oriented and pet friendly. Free admission. David Querbach,
2023: 12/16-17, 3rd weekend.

FALL PLANT SALE: At Herff Teaching Barn (33 Herff Road. Open to public. Hosted by Boerne Chapter of Native Plant Society of Texas.
2023: Sat, 10/21, 9a-1p

OMA'S CHRISTMAS FAIR: At Kendall County Fair Grounds, 1307 River Rd (Herff Park). 9a-5p. Three huge halls of handcrafted/handmade craft vendors showing their merchandise. Family fun. Food/drink concessions, raffles, door prizes, coloring contest, cookie contest, photos, lunch and visits with Santa. Holiday shopping at it's best. Admission: $5/p covers two days; children under 13: free. Free Parking. Annual event. Web. Marilyn Culak, 830-537-4096,
2023: 12/2-3, Sat: 9a-5p, Sun: 10a-4p

YMCA MARKET DAY: Local vendors line the lobby at Hays Communities YMCA, 465 Buda Sportsplex Drive. 9a-2p. Shop unique local gifts, accessories, services and more.
2023: 7/17. See web for more dates

INSPIRED ART HOLIDAY BAZAAR: At Inspired Minds Art Center, 121 N, Main Street. 512-364-3630. Web. Shop Local. Buy Art. Be Unique. This holiday season, we're filling the gallery, floor to ceiling, with handmade fine arts and crafts of all kinds created by local artists, artisans, crafters, and makers. Shop for gifts that are unique and beautifully crafted while supporting your local arts community! 5-7p
2023: 11/17-12/23

BULVERDE PLANT SWAP: At Mammen Library. Bring plants, cuttings, seedlings, seeds or usable pots/planters to share. 2024: 3/23 10:30-11:30

ANNUAL CRAFT SHOW & SALE: At Bulverde Spring Branch Activity Center: 830-438-3111; 30280 Cougar Bend, downtown Bulverde. Web. Many local artisans selling their hand-crafted items, vendor boooths, raffle prizes, plus a Bake and BBQ plate sale. A great time to get shopping done for the holidays and support local vendors. Reghan Swenson:
2023: 11/12, 9a-3p

AgriLife HILL COUNTRY LAWN & GARDEN SHOW: Burnet, at Burnet County Agrilife Extension Office Auditorium, 607 N Vandeveer. Show and sale of native plants and techniques for beauty and survival in the Texas Hill Country. The event has both indoor and outdoor activities. The day is filled with artisans, handicrafters and gardeners enjoying the love of horticulture and gardening. Vendors will be offering all types of plants, along with garden and outdoor inspired products and services. Master gardeners will be presenting on gardening topics and there will be a kids' booth with activities for all ages. A beautiful quilt will be shown, accepting donations for a chance to win it. Great food will be available. Annual event. Parking: free. Admission: Free. Rain or Shine. Texas Agrilife Extension Service and Highland Lakes Master Gardener Assn (HLMGA) sponsor the show: Sponsor Web, Roxanne Dunegan, 512-756-3059,
2024: Sat 3/30 10a-4p

BOO-TIQUES & BREWS: At Historic Burnet Square, 4-7p. Shopping, beverages, candy and costumes. This fun annual tradition continues as our local shops stay open late, offer candy to the trick-or-treaters, and have tasty treats to share. Enter in the prize drawing for visiting every store! 2023: 10/26

WHIPP FARM'S BURNET GUN SHOW & SALE: 817-929-1816; at Burnet Community Center, 401 E Jackson Street. Sat: 9a-5p. Sun 10a-3p. Admission: General: $7; Children 15 & under: Free with paid Adult. Hosted by Whipp Farm Productions. Web. Buy, sell, trade. Vendor: 8ft Tables: $65. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed. Charles: 817-929-1816, - 2024: 2/3-4

FALL NATIVE PLANT SALE: At Historic Burnet Courthouse Square. Includes presentation. Celebrate Native Plant Week. Locally grown native trees, shrubs and plants will be available. Experienced gardeners will be on hand to answer questions on choosing the right native plant for one's landscaping goals. Presented by Native Plant Society of Texas. 2023: 10/28. Sat 9a

FALL SHOP LOCAL EVENT: A community event to showcase local Camp Wood shops and artists. Booths will be set up along Nueces Street on the sidewalks. And, shops will be decorated and offer sidewalk sales, door prizes and specials. 10a-4p. Free admission. Contact: Nueces Canyon Community Foundation Thrift Store: 830-597-3000; 103 S Nueces St. Dixie Printz
2023: 10/14 & 11/4

(Canyon City, Cranes Mill, Hancock, Sattler, Startzville)

HOLIDAY BAKE SALE: At Tye Preston Memorial Library, 16311 S Access Rd, in Lobby. Fundraiser presented by Friends of TPM Library. Donations desired, money or baked items. Connie Howard: . 2023: Wed, 11/22, 9a-1p

GARDEN CLUB PLANT & BAKE SALE: 635 High St & 7th. 9a-Sold Out. Annual event, April. Facebook

COMFORT ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES SHOW & SALE: At Comfort Park. Featuring exhibitor booths overflowing with finest American antiques found today. Exhibitors gather their treasures from estates of this great country and save their best for this nationally acclaimed antiques show. Collectors from all over the state and beyond, find real antiques - no reproductions or imports - to add to their collections or decorate their homes. The show features country furniture, baskets, stoneware, glassware, jewelry, textiles, early paper, toys, silver, quilts, pewter, American oak, Southwestern more! Web. 2024: 4/27-28, Sat 10a-5p; Sun 10a-3p

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE: At 510 Broadway. 8a-Noon. Chamber Web
2023: 4/22

8TH STREET MARKET: 830-201-0214; 523 8th St. Tue-Sun: 10a-5p. Web; Facebook. A curated, multi-dealer shopping community with an eclectic mix of architectural, industrial, repurposed, and vintage lifestyle antiques and art. Our extensive collection of unique finds are always changing! Housed in a historic 1940s' Ford dealership, this unique space was constructed with sections of World War II era steel silos for a roof – the ultimate in repurposed architecture!
2024: 3/2: Spring Vintage Flea Market

COMFORT ART FESTIVAL: At Historic District and Surrounding Area. Artists from throughout the region will gather in Comfort to demonstrate, show and sell their works. Spotlights works of Hill Country artists in a variety of media, from oil paintings and drawings to jewelry, photography and textiles, and celebrates their unique artistic inspirations and talents. Artists will have displays at merchants, bed-and-breakfasts, and wineries in Comfort and the surrounding area. List of artists and their locations will be available at participating sites. Free annual, Chamber event. Julie Kuykendall, 407-595-6859. Chamber Web. 2023: 9/16, 10a-4p

INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW: At Comfort Park, 446 Broadway. Fabulous collection of Texas and Native American artifacts and collectibles offered for sale by many out-of-area exhibitors. Annual event. Admission: $5/p; Children under 13: Free. 830-329-2869. Event Web. 2023: 11/4, 8a-3p

CHRISTMAS IN COMFORT: 150+ arts & crafts booths, food court, holiday activities. Shops decorated for Christmas & brimming with gifts. Live Music. Weinachten Lichter (Christmas Lights) Parade at 7p, and Fireworks Display. Library book sale. Visit from Santa for photos. Free annual event. No pets. 830-995-3131. Chamber Web. 2023: 11/25, 10a-9p

HOLIDAY MARKET: At La Calabria Pizzeria, 390 Hermann Sons Road. 830-254-4235. A jolly good time, with many vendors. Santa photo ops. Wood fired pizza and other food & adult beverages. Bounce house, live music, snow. Free admission. Web. 2023: Sun 12/17, Noon-5p


DOSS MARKET: At Doss Store & Country Kitchen: 830-669-2160; 14394 RR-783 N. At intersection with RR-648. Web. Unique local vendors. Note: Store has gas, burgers, general items, feed, live music sometimes. Home of Rawhide store (western wear) and Los Muertos BBQ. 2024: 2/24, 11a-4p

DRIFTWOOD ART FAIR HOLIDAY BAZAAR: At Hill Country Tasting Room & Event Space, 512-829-8977; 18992 FM-150 W, Ste 101. 20+ local artisans featuring fine art & high-quality handmade gifts, live music, food, holiday-style beverages, kid & dog friendly, holiday good times.
2023: 12/9. 1-6P

BIG TEX GUN SHOW & SALE: 325-205-2688; at Ranch Park & Event Center, 29401 RR-12, across from DS Elementary School. 9a-4p. Web. $10/adult, children 12 and under and uniformed officers are free.
2023: 1/14-15, 4/15-16, 7/15-16, 10/28-29

VIBE ARTISAN MINI-MARKET: Host: 512-994-3534; at Deep Eddy Vodka Tasting Rm, 2250 US-290 East. Distillery.
Organizer: Vibe: 346-600-5166; Indoor market, 30+ artisans, craft cocktails, globally inspired food options. Events are for the handmade and handcrafted artisan designed to give the ultimate showcase to the surrounding local communities that crave this talent. Structured as large-scale and art-centric event style markets including DJs, culinary treats, art galleries, lounges and adult beverages alongside a large array of the finest artisans and makers. Parking: free; Admission: free, Always friendly to children, and most times dog friendly.
2024: 2/4 Noon-5p; 3/3 Noon; 4/7 Noon

VIBE ARTISAN MINI-MARKET: At Dripping Springs Distilling, 5330 Bell Springs Rd. See profile. Shop finest handmade & handcrafted local artisan goods. 40+ local artists, creatives & makers.
2024: 3/23 Noon-5p

WILDFLOWER TMG SPRING MARKET: 830-895-5000; at Ranch Park & Event Center, 1042 Event Center Drive. Annual event. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Web. Vendors From around the state will be selling the best and clothing, jewelry, home decor, garden gifts, Texas handmade, accessories, gifts for the guys, art, photography, candles, yard art, soaps, and so much more. Hourly door prizes. Free parking. Admission charge. Hosted by Texas Market Guide.
2024: 3/23-24

VINTAGE MARKET DAYS: At Ranch Park & Event Center, 1042 Event Center Drive. Carefully curated vendors, enjoying live music and local yummy eats and treats while you shop. Web. 2024: 4/26-28

HILL COUNTRY HARVEST MARKET: 830-895-5000; at Ranch Park & Event Center, 1042 Event Center Drive. Annual event. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Web. Great selection of unique and unusual items including gourmet food, clothing and accessories, handmade jewelry, western art, gift items and much, much more! This fun fall shopping event will get you started early on your Christmas shopping! Free parking. Admission charge. Hosted by Texas Market Guide.
2024: 10/12-13

FALL REINS: 2435 W Fitzhugh Rd. A fall family market with varied vendors. Live music, free drink tastings, food truck, kid's hay ride and pumpkin patch, horses and games, drill team performance. Part of proceeds to RED Arena. Web
2023: 10/28, 11a-2p

CALITERRA HILL COUNTRY BAZAAR: 505 Wynnpage Drive. Christmas focus. Local artisans, live music, tasty treats. door prizes. Annual market.
2023: 12/9 (10a-6p), 12/10 (10a-3p)

VINTAGE VILLAGE HOLIDAY MARKET: At Devil's Backbone Tavern, 4041 FM-32. Live music, clothing, knick-nacks, records, collectibles and more. Live music. Free show. 2023: Sun, 12/3, Noon-5p

SPRING FISH SALE: At Gillespie County Soil & Water Conservation Dist; 830-997-3349 x3; 906 N Llano St, Rm 106. See info: 2024: Thur 3/21

ART GUILD JURIED ART SHOW & SALE: 210-218-2672; at Fredericksburg Art Guild, 308 E Austin Street. Annual event, open to all Hill Country Artists. Cash awards. Application can be downloaded. Non-profit guild. Web
2023: 5/4-28 Artists

DIE KUNSTLER SPRING FLING ART MARKET & SALE: 713-201-1451; at Main Pavilion, at (Market Square) Pavilion, 126 W Main St (corner Main and TX-16 S). 9a-5p. Enjoy fine art and the sale of members' works (original art, prints and gifts). Annual fundraising event presented by Die Kunstler von ("the artists from") Fredericksburg. Parking: Free, Admission: Free. Web
2023: 4/8

HILL COUNTRY INDIAN ARTIFACTS SHOW & SALE: 830-626-5561; at Lady Bird Johnson Park, Pioneer Pavilion Hall, on TX-16 S. 8a-4p. Features a wide variety of the finest Texas artifacts and arrowheads, jewelry, trade beads, books, T-Shirts, display cases, collectibles and super door prizes all day. Annual event. Adults: $5, children 14 & under: Free. Facebook. Rob Bartell
2024: 1/13, 3/23, 10/26

REDBUD ARTISAN MARKET: 512-858-7892; at Marktplatz, 126 W Main St, under large shady pavilions. Web. An all handmade market, featuring the art and fine craft of 50+ Texas artists, live music. Woodworking, jewelry, pottery, glass art, mosaics, tie dye, painting, photography and more! Annual event. Admission: free.
2023: 3/18-19; 9/2-3, 12/9-10; Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p

SILVER SPUR GUN & BLADE SHOW & SALE: 830-997-2359; at Exhibition Hall at Gillespie County Fair Grounds, 530 Fair Dr on TX-16, 2 mi S of town. All day. Parking: Free. Admission: Adults $7/p. Web, Venue Web
2023: 3/25-26

TEXAS GUN & KNIFE ASSN SHOW & SALE: 830-285-0575; at Exhibition Hall at Gillespie County Fair Grounds, 530 Fair Dr on TX-16, 2 mi S of town. Sat: 9a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p. Guns, knives, accessories, fishing, outdoor sports equipment, jewelry and books. Hosted by Texas Gun & Knife Association. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed. Event Web, Venue Web. Janice Hill: 830-285=0575,
2024: 2/10-11, 10/26-27

LYDELL'S STORE: 830-997-1982; at 1607 E Main Street. Web, Facebook. A seasonal fruit and vegetable market offering customers a wide selection of quality products at great prices. Plus a large variety of jarred items. We sell what we grow. Family owned and operated. Yes, the market is in a building, but goods are fresh grown right there. Check their website or Facebook for when they are seasonally open.
2023: Most Mon-Fri

SPRING MARKET & GARAGE SALE: 830-990-4433; at Pecan Grove Store, 5244 TX-16 N (N of Fredericksburg). Noon-6p. Facebook; Host Web. Sell your antiques, tools, collectibles, clothes, veggies, cars, etc. Rain or Shine. Live music. No outside food or drinks. Kitchen open Noon-8p. Tables available to rent. All vendors must have their products pre-approved.
2023: Sat, 5/6

FALL MARKET & GARAGE SALE: 830-990-4433; at Pecan Grove Store, 5244 TX-16 N (N of Fredericksburg). Noon-6p. Facebook; Host Web. Sell your antiques, tools, collectibles, clothes, veggies, cars, etc. Rain or Shine. Live music. No outside food or drinks. Kitchen open Noon-8p. Tables available to rent. All vendors must have their products pre-approved.
2023: Sat, 10/9

METHODIST HOLIDAY MARKET: Annual event in the historic Methodist sanctuary on the Pioneer Museum grounds from 9:30a-5p. $12 ticket can be purchased at the door. Hosted by Gillespie County Historical Society-Pioneer Museum, 830-990-8441. Web. 2023: 11/18

Artists TEXAS MESQUITE ARTS FESTIVAL (& SALE): At downtown Marktplatz, corner Adams & Main Streets. Largest collection of mesquite art in the world. Between both festivals, 20,000 people will attend. Juried show represents the best artists as well as beginning craftsmen. Live music. Dancing. Food & beverage vendors. 830-997-8515. Web. 2023: 10/13-15

HISTORIC HOME TOUR HOLIDAY MARKET: Fredericksburg. Annual event. In conjunction with the historic home tour sponsored by the Gillespie County Historical Society and fundraiser, their Christmas Market will be open in the historic Methodist Sanctuary & Social Hall, 312 W San Antonio St. The Christmas Market can be visited on a Christmas Home Tour $40 ticket or a separate $12 ticket for the market only and can be purchased at the door. Hosted by Gillespie County Historical Society-Pioneer Museum, 830-990-8441. Web. 2023: 11/18. 9a-5p

AB ASTRIS WINERY CHRISTMAS MARKET: Shop for wine and gifts from lots of local vendors while enjoying live music! Kid friendly, free to attend. 2023: 12/3, Noon-4p

ST JOSEPH'S HALLE CHRISTMAS MARKET: At 212 W San Antonio St. Free admission. Door donations benefit the Grace Center. Handmade items, art, jewelry, baked goods, home decor, Christian decor. Elaine Reeh, - 2023: 12/9, 9a-4p

GRUENE CHRISTMAS MARKET DAYS: In Gruene Historic District. 100+ vendors offer Christmas gifts, uniquely crafted items and packaged Texas foods. Perfect for everyone on your holiday shopping list. A special market of the regular market season: see listing in first section above. Free parking and admission. 830-832-1721, Web. 2023: 12/2-3, 10a-5p

HILL COUNTRY HOLIDAY MARKET: Holiday Sip & Shop. Starting at The Lucky Horseshoe, 2544 FM-2147. Many small nearby businesses to support. 2023: 10/28, 10a-5p

HORSESHOE BAY HOLIDAZE: Special weekday market with 40+ vendors. Web. Stay until dark lighting of the city's Christmas tree and holiday festivities. 7405 FM-2147 near Bay Pharmacy. Hosted by Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance. 2023: 11/28, 5:30-7:30p

"SPRING BLING" & FIBER & JEWELRY SHOW & SALE: 830-367-5121; at Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Rd South. Open: Tue-Fri: 10a-4p, Sat: 10a-2p. An exhibit of fiber art & jewelry by artists from across Texas. Web
2023: 3/24-4/21

SUMMER ART MARKET: 830-367-5121; at Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Rd South. Annual event. Open: Tue-Fri: 10a-4p, Sat: 10a-2p. Web. Featuring twenty+ artists and craftsmen handmade wares. Parking: Free. Admission: Free.
2023: 6/30-7/28

Hill Country Arts Foundation TEXAS STATE ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR & SALE: 830-367-5121; at Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Rd South, TX-39. Annual event. Sat: 10a-5p, Sun: 10a-4p. Event Web, Host Web. A family-friendly event featuring two days of juried art, gourmet food, live music, craft beer, and activities for all ages. Families can visit the Arts Exploration Zone to participate in a variety of fun activities. Kids and adults also will be treated to interactive demonstrations by artists and crafters. Against a backdrop of the beautiful Guadalupe River, over 5,000+ visitors are expected to enjoy this event. It will have over 120 artists, musicians and demonstrators, plus gourmet food, craft beer, live music, activities and art demonstrations for all ages. Annual event. Parking: Free. Admission: Adults: $10; Students & kids under 12: Free.
2023: 9/23-24

HILL COUNTRY HOLIDAY MARKET: at Blanco County Show Barn, 619 US-281 N, just S of the Pedernales River bridge (Map). Annual event. 9a-5p. Vendors, food, games, silent auction and more! Vendors: $75 for indoor 10'x10' booth. Presented by Blanco FFA Booster Club, Kayla Taylor, ,
2023: 11/4

MERRY & BRIGHT HOLIDAY MARKET: at Reck Em Right, 102 S Ave G. Every Fri-Sat in Dec, 5-9p. Vendors, live music, BBQ, craft beer.

WESTERN ART ROUNDUP EXHIBITION & SALE: Kerrville, at The Museum of Western Art, 1550 Bandera Highway. Brings together more than 40 top Western Artists presenting more than 100 original works of Western Art. Demonstrations, art sales and other festivities. Sponsorship opportunities. Annual event. 830-896-2553, Event Web.
2023: 9/8-10/28

HILL COUNTRY GUN SHOW & SALE: 830-315-3100; at Hill Country Veterans Center, 411 Meadowview Lane. Sat: 9a-5p. Sun: 9a-4p. by Hill Country Veterans Center. Free Parking. Admission: General: $5; Children 12 & under: Free; Active Duty Military: Free. Vendor: 8ft table: $40. Dog Friendly. Food vendor. All federal, state, and local firearm ordinances & laws must be obeyed. Proceeds go to help local Veteran projects and assistance. Sarah Kocurek. Web.
2024: TBD

Texas Master Gardeners BLOOMS & BARRELS PLANT SALE: 830-895-7524; 830-257-6568; at Hill Country Youth Center, 3785 TX-27 E, 1/2 mi E of VA Hospital. Sat: 9a-2p or until sold out. Annual event. Speakers, demonstrations & How-To's. Wide variety of plants on sale. Native and adapted ornamental plants. Herbs, veggies, and 55 gallon rain barrels for sale. Cash & checks only. Tax-free sale and "The Garden Shed" resale shop. Admission: Free. Provided by Hill Country Master Gardeners and AgriLife. 830-257-6568. Sponsor Web; Event Web
2024: 4/13 9a

KERRVILLE TMG WINTER MARKET: 830-895-5000; at Inn Of The Hills Conference Center, 1001 Junction Hwy (TX-27). Annual event. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Web. Arts & crafts faire. Gifts, jewelry, gourmet food. Free parking. Admission charge. Hosted by Texas Market Guide.
2024: 1/27-28

KERRVILLE TMG SUMMER MARKET: 830-895-5000; at Inn Of The Hills Conference Center, 1001 Junction Hwy (TX-27). Annual event. Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Web. Shop in air conditioned comfort! Vendors from all over the state and beyond will be here to present their art, jewelry, clothing and accessories, gourmet food, gift items, and so much more! Free parking. Admission charge. Hosted by Texas Market Guide.
2024: 7/13-14

Quilt QUILT SHOW & SALE: 281-974-6220; at Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 TX-27, 1/2 mi E of VA Hospital. Fri-Sat: 9a-5p; Biennial event. Hill Country Quilt Guild, presents "The Power of Bright." 250+ juried quilts, youth gallery, gift marketplace, bizarre bazaar, Donation quilt, vendors, concessions, Scissor Man, silent auction, quilts for sale. Sponsor Web
2023: 5/26-27

TEXAS FURNITURE MAKERS' SHOW & SALE: 830-895-2911; at Kerr Arts & Cultural Center (KACC), 228 Earl Garrett Street. Tue-Sat, 10a-4p. An annual statewide competition of the finest custom furniture makers in Texas. Web
2023: 11/2-12/15

TEXAS GUN & KNIFE ASSN SHOW & SALE: 830-285-0575; at Kerrville Happy State Bank Expo Hall (Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 TX-27 E, 1/2 mi E of VA Hospital). Sat: 9a-5p; Sun: 10a-4p. Guns, knives, accessories, fishing, outdoor sports equipment, jewelry and books. Hosted by Texas Gun & Knife Association. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed. Web. Janice Hill: 830-285=0575,
2024: 2/24-25; 4/27-28, 7/13-14, 9/14-15, 11/9-10, 12/21-22

TEXAS MASTERS OF FINE ART & CRAFT INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION & SALE: 214-328-6382; at YO Ranch Resort Hotel, 2033 Sidney Baker. Fri-Sat: 10a-7p; Sun: 10a-5p. An indoor exhibition of 25 of the finest professional artists and craftspeople from all over Texas. Art on display will range from jewelry and metalwork to pottery, sculpture, paintings, gourd art, block prints, wood furniture and pyrography. Free, annual event. Dan & Linda Baker. Web
2023: 5/26-28

Artists SOUTHWEST GOURD FINE ART SHOW & SALE: 830-895-2911; at Kerr Arts & Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett Street. 10a-4p. Annual exhibition of the finest gourd and fiber art from all over the US. Admission: free. Web
2023: 5/18-7/1

Riverside Nature Center SPRING NATIVE PLANT SALE & FESTIVAL: 830-257-4837; at Riverside Nature Center, 150 Francisco Lemos Street. 9a-2p. Exhibits, displays, seminars and plant sales. Native plants selected to thrive in our climate and soil. Knowledgeable plant docents to answer questions. Personal shoppers to assist in selecting plants and navigating the sale. See many of the sale plants in mature form in the garden. Sponsored by Riverside Nature Center, Native Plant Society of Texas, Kerrville Chapter, Texas Master Naturalist, and Hill Country Chapter. Web
2023: 4/15, 10/7

BIZARRE BAZAAR: 830-895-2911; at Kerr Arts & Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett Street. An unusual shopping experience. Local businesses, artists and crafters from around Kerrville area will have booths. Dancing, wine and dining options nearby! Prizes and a chance to win seasonal giveaway. Fun Halloween costumes encouraged. Annual event. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Event Web. Fri: 10a-7p; Sat: 10a-2p
2023: 10/27-28

BUTTONS & BOWS BAZAAR: At First Christian Church, 1900 Goat Creek Rd. Annual event, features handcrafted gifts, wearables, kitchen accessories, jewelry, home decorations, and much more. Tickets will be sold for a drawing that includes 2 quilts and 2 wooden lawn decoration windmills. Jams, jellies, pickles, baked goods, frozen casseroles. Proceeds benefit local charities. Free parking and admission. Event Web. Patsy Wander, Publicity Chairperson, 830-353-1888,
2023: 11/10-11, 9a-3p

BUBBA'S BACKYARD GREEN GRINCH MARKET: Bubba's Backyard, 7840 FM-2722. Christmas shopping, playscape, live music, pet friendly, food and drinks. And Santa. 2023: Sat 11/25, 4-8p

KINGSLAND FARMER'S/HOLIDAY MARKET: 830-220-1566; at The Treasure Nouk's parking lot, 2743 RR-1431 W. 9a-1p. Facebook. Homemade, home grown & home crafted. Indoors. Patsy Irvin:
2023: Nov: TBD; Dec: TBD

KINGSLAND GARDEN CLUB PLANTS & GARDEN ITEMS SALE: Prosperity Bank parking lot. 2024: Sat 3/23 8a-Noon

KHAC CHRISTMAS ARTS & CRAFTS MARKET: 325-388-6159; at Kingsland House of Arts & Crafts (KHAC), FM-1431 & 112 W Chamberlain Street, across from Wells Fargo ATM. Many artists & crafters selling all kinds of hand made crafts from jewelry to clothing to wood products and much more. Santa on Sat, 10a-5p. Live entertainment. Burgers, sausage, baked goods, soft drinks. Come join us! Annual event, free admission & parking. Web. KHAC is a unique member-operated club and store featuring the largest selection of fine handmade crafts in the Highland Lakes area. 2023: Fri 11/10, 10a-5p; Sat 11/11, 9a-4p

KHAC FALL & SPRING ARTS & CRAFTS SHOWS: At Kingsland House of Arts & Crafts (KHAC). Same details as above. Spring: Apr; Fall: Oct


ARTIST MARKET: At Vista Framing & Art, 20811 Dawn Dr. 9/9/2023, 12/9/23, 10a-2p. Web. Local artists from the North Shore selling their creations and live painting demonstrations. Live music.

TURQUOISE & SILVER TRUNK SHOW & SALE: At Steel Magnolia, 101 E 8th St. Featuring dreaming turquoise. Native Amerian. 2024: 2/7 4-7p

MAKERS MARKET: 2237 US-190 East. Artisans, growers, makers. 10a-2p. Web
2023: 6/3; 2024: TBD

VENDOR MARKET ON THE SQUARE: at Courthouse Square, US-83. Arts/crafts vendors, food booths, food trucks, music. Frio Canyon Chamber of Commerce, 830-232-5222, Web
2023: 6/30-7/1, Fri: 9a-6p; Sat: 8a-2p

MARKET DAY ON MAIN STREET: 830-693-2815; at Downtown, on Main Street in Historic District. Quarterly: 1st Sat, 10a-4p. Web. 100+ street vendors, art, crafts, shopping, food, music. Free admission. Dog friendly. Presented by the Highland Lakes Kiwanis Club. Supports local youth programs.
2024: 3/2, 9/7, 12/7

NATIVE PLANTS & WILDFLOWERS PRESENTATION & SALE: 830-693-4341; at First United Methodist Church of Marble Falls, 1101 Bluebonnet Dr (across from HEB). 9:30a-11p. Methodist Women of Marble Falls will host Melanie Huff with Native Plant Society of Texas. The program will educate the community on native plants and wildflowers of Texas. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Janet Webb:
2023: 2/8

QUILT TRUNK SHOW & SALE: at First Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive. 9a-Noon. Admission: Free. Sponsored by Web,
2023: 2/15

FARMER'S (ARTISAN) MARKET: 512-267-6310; at Flat Creek Estate Winery, 24912 Travis Peak Trail, Marble Falls, TX 78654. Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th Sat, 10a-2p. Located 6 mi W of Lago Vista and 20 mi SE of Marble Falls. Take FM-1431 SE from Marble, go S on Singleton Bend 2.5 mi to Singleton Bend East. Go Left 1 mi.

THANKSGIVING SHOPPING EVENT: 512-267-6310; at Flat Creek Estate Winery (see location details above). Annual event, 30+ vendors, showcasing, food, art, children's apparel, giftables, jewelry and more. Sip wine, listen to live music, play lawn games and get all your holiday shopping done! 2023: Sat 11/25, 11a-5p

MEDINA MAIN STREET SALE: An informal, occasional open market downtown along Main Street. No fees or sign up. Check local media for date, time.

LAKEHILLS LIBRARY GARDEN CLUB'S MAKERS MARKET: At Lakehills Area Library, 7200 FM-1283. 830-510-2777. Plant sale, handcrafted items, gifts and more!
2023: 10/28, 10a-2p


HEARTLAND MERCHANTS' MARKET: Tractor Supply Annex Bldg, 2309 S Bridge St. Melissa Hail: 325-792-7999. 2023: Sat 12/2, 9a-2p

See separate listings for Gruene

SPRING MARKET OF NEW BRAUNFELS: At Civic & Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. 100+ small businesses for Mother's Day, graduation gifts, spring decor, summer fashion, handmade crafts, jewelry, holiday accessories, children's gifts, clothing boutiques & more! Free parking. Ticket: $5/p; Free: 12 and under.
2024: 3/13-15 Wed 4-8p, Thur-Fri 10a-6p

NEW BRAUNFELS ANTIQUE SHOW & POSTCARD SHOW & SALE: 918-619-2875; at Civic & Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. Annual event with admission charge. Parking: Free. 918-619-2875. Web. Gail Kinney. Also see special Portal focus page on "All Things Antique in the Hill Country"
2023: 1/13-15

NEW BRAUNFELS GUN SHOW: 817-732-1194; at New Braunfels Civic Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. Sat 9a-5p. Sun 10a-4p. Web. 300 tables of guns, ammo, knives, shooting supplies and military. Buy, Sell, or Trade. Produced by by Premier Gun Shows. Parking: Free. Admission: $10/adult.
2023: 1/13-15; 6/17-18; 7/29-30; 9/16-17, 12/11-12

HILL COUNTRY WEDDING SHOW & SALE: at Civic & Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. Sponsored by Hill Country Conferences. 1-5p. Join us for a wedding event like no other. Visit and interact with 50 of the best Hill Country wedding vendors. Amazing door prizes from each vendor, brunch, cocktails, bridal fashion show, individual vendor booth presentations, live hair and makeup demos, a cake dig for a spectacular grand prize, and more. Admission: Ticket required. Annual event. Sponsored by New Braunfels Wedding Chamber, a non-profit entity. Web
2023: 2/5

NORTH AMERICAN JEWELRY & GIFT SHOW & SALE: 210-410-0737; at Convention Center, 375 S Castell Ave. Fri: 10a-5p, Sat: 10a-5p. Sun: 11a-4p. Beads, jewelry, findings, gold, silver, gemstones, handmade, vintage, estate, imported & fashion jewelry, clothing, handbags, accessories, gift items & more. Admission: $5. Web
2023: 2/24-26; Note: 7/21-23 event cancelled

SPRING MODEL RAILROAD TRAIN SHOW & SALE: 830-627-2447; at Civic Center, 375 S Castell Ave, exit 187 off IH-35. Sat 10a-5p, Sun 10a-4p. Kids get to be a Junior Engineer at our famous 'Kids Run the Trains' Layout. Extra large exhibit of Lego Trains. Additional large displays of traveling model railroads, of various scales. 60 vendors from Texas, and some from out of state, displaying on over 300 tables, for you to buy, sell, or swap. Hourly drawings for prizes, provided by our vendors and local sponsors. Silent Auction. Museum store with thousands of items available at low cost. Free ride ticket to the Landa Park Miniature Train for all children age 5 and under. Mini Food Court featuring snacks, beverages, and lunch selections. Admission: $10 Adults (14 & Older), $2 Child (5-13). Sponsored by the New Braunfels Railroad Museum. Jim Edmondson. Web
2023: 4/15-16

SPORTS & OUTDOORSMEN SHOW & SALE: 830-488-7814; at Civic & Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. Sponsored by Hill Country Conferences. Created for the hunter, fisherman, camping enthusiast, and any other outdoor interests. Annual event. Indoors. Parking: Free. Admission: Adult: $10, child $5, Children 3 years and under: free. Web
2023: 5/20-21

SPRING NATIVE PLANT SALE: At Headwaters at the Comal, 333 E Klingman St. 10a-2p. Annual event by Native Plant Society of Texas. Buy your native plants and learn about their many benefits during the Farmers Market. The market will be booming with a plant sale, a beekeeping booth and more. Earth Day event with activities for kids. Parking and admission: free. 830-249-4616. Web
2023: 4/22

FALL NATIVE PLANT SALE: At Headwaters at the Comal, 333 E Klingman St. 9a-Noon. Annual event by Native Plant Society of Texas. Buy your native plants and learn about their many benefits during the Farmers Market. The market will be booming with a plant sale, a beekeeping booth and more. Earth Day event with activities for kids. Parking and admission: free. 830-249-4616. Web
2023: 10/7

HOME & GARDEN SHOW & SALE: 830-488-7814; at Civic & Convention Center, 375 S Castell Avenue. Sponsored by Hill Country Conferences. 150+ experts are ready to help you complete any project you can dream up. The entire New Braunfels Convention Center will be completely transformed, for one weekend only, into a Home and Garden Extravaganza. You'll find it all, including a family zone with activities for the whole family! Annual event. Indoors. Parking: Free. Admission: Adult: $10; child $5; Children 3 years and under: free. Web
2023: 8/5-6

OLD TOWN CHRISTMAS MARKET: At NB Conservation Society, 1300 Church Hill Drive. Avoid chaos of big crowds and get all your holiday shopping done in one place! Gift baskets galore, filled with all kinds of goods, gift items, and many other treats. Find themed baskets, pre-made picnics. You are sure to find the perfect present for everyone on your list. Annual event. 830-629-2943, Web
2023: Thur, Dec 7, 2-7p

ESTHER BENEDICT ART GALLERY SPRING SHOW & SALE: 830-535-6888; at 160 Diamond J Road North. 10a-5p. Annual event. Enjoy sculpture, art and a sculpture walk. All for sale, including gifts. Live music. Have a glass of wine, tea and some goodies. Parking & Admission: Free. Web,
2023: 4/22

FESTIVAL MARKET DAYS: 210-854-6577; at Pipe Creek Dancehall, 9878 TX-16 S. 9a-4p. Vendors, crafts, live music, food, fun.
2023: 4/15-16; 10/21-22; 12/2-3

POINT VENTURE HOLIDAY BAZAAR: Point Venture, at Point Venture Club Room, 555 Venture Blvd South. Annual event. Arts, crafts, gifts, food. Facebook. Admission: canned goods or cash donation to our local food bank. Leslie Rupard, 281-799-0114. 2023: 10/28, 9a-4p

RICHLAND SPRINGS TRADE DAYS: 325-998-1503; Downtown, 101 Main Street. Annual event. 9a-5p. Facebook. Outdoors, Admission: Free, Parking: Free. Vendor spots: $10
2023: 4/15

OLD SOUR SUNDAYS: At Zelicks, 336 W Hopkins Street. Come for a chance to meet vintage curators and artisan makers that call Old Soul Exchange home! Each month features pop-ups offering vintage clothing, accessories, decor, and more. Web. 2023: 10/15-12-17; Every 3rd Sun, 3-8p

MARTIAN CULTURE: At Zelicks, 336 W Hopkins Street. A celebration of all things San Marcos. Features live painters and artists, live DJ, special performances, original artwork, prints and hand crafted goods. 21+. . 2023: Every 2nd Sun, 8p

FULL MOON MAKERS MARKET: At Stonebound Treasures, 1232 N HWY-123. Features local artisits and artisans selling their works of art. Free admission. Every week, 4th Sun, Noon-6p

ART SQUARED ARTS MARKET: 512-393-8413; At Hays County Courthouse Square, 150 E Hopkins Street. Mar-Dec: 2nd Sat, 9a-4p; July-Aug: 9a-2p. Web, Facebook. Pottery, paintings, sculpture, stained glass, fascinators, jewelry and other types of original art. Local musicians. Not just an ordinary art market. During the year, the Market partners with community organizations to bring you special events such as BubbleFest, Veteran's Day festivities, Swing on the Square, and special Christmas events like a food drive and a visit from Santa. Hosted by the San Marcos Art League. Funded in part by the San Marcos Arts Commission.

ABRACADAVAR WITCHES MARKET: 512-754-9253; At Wake the Dead Coffee House, 1432 Old RR-12. Multiple vendors and goods available. Free admission. Web. 2023: Every month, 1st Sat, 4-10p.

1893 FLEA MARKET: 512-392-2900; At Price Center, 222 W San Antonio Street. Vintage treasures and handcrafted finds are just waiting to be discovered. Free admission. Indoors. 2023: Every month, 2nd Sat, 10-3p

GUN SHOW & SALE: 210-844-9599; at City Of San Marcos Conference Center, 1001 E McCarty Lane. Sat 10a-6p. Sun 10a-4p. Admission: General: $15/p; Children 12 & under: Free. Presented by Texas Gun Shows. Vendor: 6ft table, $85. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed. Darwin Boedeker. Web
2023: 5/27–28, 8/19-20, 12/16-17

ANGELS & MISTLETOE HOLIDAY MARKET: San Marcos, Embassy Suites Hotel, Conference Center, 1001 E McCarty Lane. Fri: 5-8p (Preview party); Sat: 10a-5p; Sun: 11a-4p. Unique gifts, beautiful clothing and accessories, men's gifts, incredible jewelry, handmade One-of-a-Kind unique items you won't find at the mall! Annual event. Admission charge. Hosted by Texas Market Guide. 830-895-5000. Sponsor Web
2024: 11/29-12/1

ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE: at Bard & Hallow, 404 E Wallace Street. New annual event. Details to follow.; Web
2023: 8/6-9

CHRISTMAS MARKET AT THE BARN: At Green Acres, 6038 TX-71. Web. Doors open for holiday season to shoppers, glampers and explorers alike. Santa Claus: 12/16, Noon-4p. 2023: Fri-Sun, 11/3-12/23, 10a-5p

CHRISTMAS MARKET: At Ab Astris Winery, 830-664-8369; 320 Klein Rd. Web. Kid friendly. Shop for wine and gifts from lots of local vendors while enjoying live music! Free parking & admission. 2023: Sun, 12/3, Noon-4p
AB Astris Winery: Vineyard, winery, tasting room, food, tours, club, outdoor seating, entertainment, love music Sat afternnon. Pets & children allowed. Located between Stonewall and Hye, off US-290.


THE MARKET: At the Event Center at The Lodge at Cypress Falls. Entrance to Event Center is next to The Tavern (Eagle Rock Draft House). 512-847-6595; 1 Woodcreek Cr. Web. 1-4p. Bring your Bloody Mary! You can bring beer or mixed drink into the Event Center while shopping! Drinks also available for purchase at the Tavern. Wide variety of artisan goods for sale. Check web for updated schedule.


TEXAS LONGEST YARD SALE - HILL COUNTRY WEEKEND: 956-312-1900; Got Junk?? Its Yard Sale Season!! Bulverde, Spring Branch, Blanco, Johnson City, and more. Weekend long event with thousands of yard sales spanning from the Hill Country to the Coast along US-281. You are invited to plan your own or join in a group or neighborhood. Facebook
2023: 5/5-7

TRACTOR SUPPLY FARMERS MARKET: Web. Held at reportedly all TSC store locations. Free for vendors with advanced sign-up. Free for attendees. Free parking. Features homemade goods and locally homegrown produce. Pet friendly on leash. Outdoor venue, but some may also be indoors. Fundraising allowed when approved by local store manger.
2023: 8/19, and 9a-2p at all locations. Find store locations on above web or in each city directory in this Portal.



ANDICE TRADE & MARKET DAYS: Located in Williamson County, about 15 mi N of Georgetown. 254-793-2565


AUSTIN PETS ALIVE! THRIFT: 5801 Burnet Rd, Austin. 3rd Sun, Noon-6p. Stop by our North location for a fun shopping experience. Each 3rd Sunday features various new vendors, live music, foster dog appearances and more. Vendor interest welcome. Tables: $20 min donation to Austin Pets Alive! 512-373-3099. Web.

BARTON CREEK FARMERS MARKET: 2901 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin, TX 78746. 512-280-1976. Web. Located at Barton Creek Square Mall parking lot, in the back, overlooking the city. At the intersection of S Loop 1 (Mopac) and S Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360). 9a-1p every Sat, rain or shine.

FUNKYTONK FARMERS MARKET: (aka 6701 BURNET ROAD MARKET). 6701 Burnet Rd, Austin. A year-round open air market featuring organic fruits and vegetables, freshly prepared foods, kids activities and more. Farmers Market: Thur, 4-8p, Sat, 9a-1p, year-round. Flea Market: Sat, 9a-3p, year-round. Food trailer. 512-879-8565. Web

GREAT HILLS FARMERS MARKET: Arboretum Shopping Mall at 10000 Great Hills Trail in Austin. A seasonal open air market at the Arboretum Mall offering locally grown fruits and vegetables, hand made crafts, original art, live music and a bounce house for kids. Sun 9a-1p. 949-929-3266

HOPE FARMERS MARKET AT PLAZA SALTILLO: 5th and 412 Comal St, East Austin, TX. Web. Sun: 11a-3p. Local food, art, live music. Free parking. 512-553-1832;

HUTTO MONTHLY FLEA MARKET: 7250 Hwy 79, Hutto, located 7 mi E of Interstate 35, near Round Rock. 3rd Weekend of each month. Most weekends are Fri-Sun. Winter: Sat - Sun. 8a-3p. Space available in old horse arena, open, but covered. Joyce Hargrove, 512-759-1064.

MUELLER FARMERS MARKET: 4550 Mueller Blvd, Austin, TX 78723. Web. Every Sun, 10a-2p, year-round. Seasonal food, live music. 512-363-5700.

PFLUGERVILLE FARMERS' MARKET: The Green Red Barn in Heritage Park, 901 Old Austin Hutto Rd, Pflugerville A seasonal open air and indoor (Green Red Barn) market offering locally grown produce including tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, squash, okra, garlic, melons, peaches and grapes; artisan baked goods; honey; flowers; eggs; free-range meats; jarred salsas, pickles and jams; fruits and plants. Alternating Tue 3-7p, Mar-Apr. Tue 3-7p, May-Oct. Select Tuesdays, 3-7p, Nov-Dec. Pflugerville Recreation Center, 512-990-6360

(The) ROCK FARMERS MARKET: Parking lot of The Rock United Methodist Church at 2100 W New Hope Dr, in Cedar Park. A year-round open air market that features locally grown foods, arts and crafts, seasonal activities, children's activities, local music acts, food tastings and demonstrations. Wed 4-7p. Debbie Hilliard, Market Manager

SOUTH AUSTIN FARMERS MARKET: 2910 S Congress, Austin. Across from St Edward's University. A year-round open air market. Sat 8a-1p, year-round. Tony Piccola, 512-281-4712

SUSTAINABLE FOOD CENTER MARKETS: HQ: 512-236-0074; 2921 E 17th St, Bldg C, Austin, TX 78702. Web
  • DOWNTOWN FARMER'S MARKET: 4th and Guadalupe at The Triangle, Downtown Austin. Every Sat 9a-1p, Wed 4-8p. Open Year-Round, Rain or Shine
  • EAST AUSTIN FARMER´S MARKET: Alexander and 17th St, Austin. Right by the MLK rail stop and the SFC office. Every Sat 9a-1p
  • (The) TRIANGLE FARMER'S MARKET: Sustainable Food Center, 46th and Lamar, Austin. Every Wed 3-7p
  • SUNSET VALLEY FARMER'S & ARTISAN'S MARKETS: Sustainable Food Center, 3200 Jones Rd, Toney Burger Center, Oak Hill Area. Every Sat 9a-1p. Open Year-Round, Rain or Shine

TEXAS FARMERS MARKET AT LAKELINE: 512-953-7959; 11200 Lakeline Mall Dr, Cedar Park, TX 78613. All year, every Sat, 9a-1p. Web. Rain or shine! Shop fresh produce and artisan foods from local farmers and vendors, enjoy live music from local artists, and participate in our community composting program. 90+ vendors, about 40% of which are agricultural producers. Manager inspected, producer only markets. Live music.


BASTROP 1832 FARMERS MARKET: 1302 Chestnut St, across from City Hall and next to the Convention Center. A year-round covered indoor market with locally grown vegetables, fruits, farm eggs, grass-fed beef, local honey, artisan breads, savory prepared foods, baked goods, plants, herbs, handcrafted jewelry, pottery, soaps, candles, metal arts, and other original items. Tue 2-6p, year-round. Sat 10a-2p, Oct-May. Sat 9a-1p, June-Sep. Dolores Leeper, 512-360-4502

PINE STREET MARKET DAYS: Located in historic downtown Bastrop (on Pine St, between Main and Water streets). 2nd Sat, April-Dec. 9a-5p. Registration is necessary. Twila Charter, 512-303-0539. Web, Facebook

RIVER VALLEY FARMER'S MARKET: 977 Hwy 71 W, Bastrop. Year-round open air market is a growers only market where vendors grow or make what they sell, including eggs, pecans, fresh baked bread and cookies, beef, chicken, pork, gourds, plants and flower, and handcrafted products. Tue 2-6p, year round. 817-929-2789


FARMERS MARKET BEEVILLE: Beeville, TX 78102. Every Sat: 8-1p. Homemade and homegrown items. Downtown Pavilion, in parking lot. 361-318-3940; 361-358-4641 x235. Facebook


BELL COUNTY FARMERS MARKET: Corner of Central and Penelope, in Belton. A seasonal open air market. Sat 7a-1p, May-Sep. 254-778-210,

BELTON MARKET DAYS: 254-939-8733; 121 N East St, Belton, TX 76513. Every month. Summer: 8a-2p, otherwise 8a-4p. Web. Sandy Bigham, Vendor Coordinator, 254-939-5699,

WATER STREET FARMER'S MARKET: 254-493-2117; Water Street in front of The Gin on Nolan Creek. Sat 8a-1p year-round. An open air market offering produce, herbs, goat cheese, chicken jerky, handmade wood items, jewelry, citrus trees, cloth diapers and more.


THE MONTALVO HOUSE COMMUNITY MARKET: 202 N Ann St, Brackettville, TX 78832. All year, every Sat, 8a-Noon. Organic foods, baked goods, eggs, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, plants, poultry, fruits.


CASTROVILLE MARKET TRAIL DAYS: Houston Square, across from St Louis Catholic Church at 610 Madrid St. Web. Held 2nd Sat, Mar, Jun, Sep, 8a-4p. Food, Craft, Arts, and Farmer's Produce Vendors. Come out and visit Historic Castroville, enjoy shopping Houston square and the surrounding businesses. Enjoy our Historic Walking Tour or Pioneer Homes. Free admission. Brenda Kempf, 830-538-3142,


COPPERAS COVE FARMERS MARKET: VFW parking lot at 1506 Veterans Avenue. A seasonal open air market. Sat 10a-2p, Wed 3-6p, May-Nov. 254-547-0037


THE VINEYARD AT FLORENCE FARMERS MARKET: Inside, outside, and alongside the Winery Barn of the Vineyard At Florence lifestyle community. A seasonal market features multiple local vendors of certified or natural fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, breads, baking ingredients, herbs, and plants. Sat noon–2p, April-August. Ranger Rick Williamson, Community Markets Assn of Williamson County (CMAWC), Weir, TX 78670, 512-686-1690

FLORENCE MARKET DAYS: City Hall, 106 S Patterson Ave, Florence, TX 76527. 9a-2p. Web. 1st Sat every month. This Market is outdoors but City hall is open for restrooms and rest area. Located off of Hwy-195 between Georgetown and Killeen. Alicia: 254-793-2490 x102


SOUTH TEXAS MARKET DAYS: George West, TX, at Live Oak County Coliseum, Live Oak County Fairgrounds, between George West and Three Rivers, Texas on US 281 S. Fri 10-6, Sat 10-4. An upscale Christmas Shopping event. Vendors come from all over the state to bring merchandise, antiques, clothing, gift items, dishes, pottery, children's clothing and accessories, gourmet food items, baked goods, women's fashions, accessories, boots, art, Christmas wreaths, holiday wreaths, collegiate wear, pain free pillows, women's clothing, Mexican imports, Mexican furniture, gift items and clothing. Booth space available. $5, $4 for 65 and over, children 12 and under free. July and Dec events. Terrie Mills Keyes, 512-431-3003,


GEORGETOWN FARMERS MARKET: 1525 W University Avenue. A seasonal open air growers market. Thur 3:30-6:30p, Apr-Nov. Greg Coley, 512-215-4193

SUN CITY FARMERS MARKET: Sun City Village Activity Center on Texas Dr in Georgetown. A seasonal open air growers market. Tue 9a-noon, Apr-Nov. Greg Coley, 512-215-4193

ALWAYS FUN MARKETS: At Wolf Ranch Shopping Center. 805-279-1641. Seasonal. 10a-6p. Farmers, artisans and vendors
2023 Schedule: Fall Fun Fest: 9/17


GOLDTHWAITE TRADE DAYS: At City Park, 3rd Sat, 8a-2p, May-Oct. A 10x10 space is $15. To sell produce, must join the Farmer's Market. Janice Smith, 325-451-3500


BRACKEN FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET: Antique Rose Emporium, 7561 E Evans Road. A year-round producer-only open air market. Sat 9a-1p, year-round. John Peterson, 210-387-0635

CASTLE HILLS FARMERS MARKET: 2211 NW Military, Castle Hills, in NW San Antonio. Web. Located behind the Sonic in the parking lot on NW Military and West Ave. Open Sunday 10a–2p. Live music, family oriented. 210-259-8359;

CIBOLO GRANGE FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET: Grange Hall at 413 N Main Street, downtown Cibolo. East of San Antonio. Fresh meat, produce, gourmet foods and crafts. Thur 3-7p, Feb-Dec. 210-668-9469,

FALL MARKET DAYS: Franklin Park Stone Oak, San Antonio. 10a-3p. Great local artisans, live music, treats, drawings and more. Benefits Alzheimers Association. Brandee, 210-240-0626,

FARMERS MARKET AT TRI-POINT: Grassy area on the S side of D.R. Semmes YMCA at US 281 and St Marys in San Antonio. A year-round open air market in 2011 offering local grown produce, grass-fed beef, Texas Gulf shrimp, home style canned products and more. Wed 2-6p, year-round.

LA VERNIA MARKET DAYS: 713) 487-7172; 131 Industrial Dr, La Vernia, TX 78121. A market where Business and Community Grow Together. Web. SE of San Antonio

LEGACY OUTDOOR MARKET: Legacy Shopping Center, 18402 US 281 N, San Antonio. A year-round open air market. Sat & Sun: 10a-3p, year-round. 210-420-0488. Web


MAIN PLAZA FARMERS' MARKET: 115 N Main Ave, San Antonio, TX 78205. Located on beautiful, historic Main Plaza in the "heart" of the city. Every Tues, 10a-2p. Enjoy lunch at: Catalyst Catering, El Oasis Café #2, Blue Star on Main Plaza or Poblano's on Main Live local music performances. Main Plaza Farmers' Market is brought to you weekly by and through the collaboration of Main Plaza Conservancy and the San Antonio Food Bank. Web, Web. Jane Pauley-Flores, Main Plaza Conservancy, 210-225-9800 or Matthew Molpus at SA Food Bank, 210-337-3663

FARMERS & ARTISANS MARKET: 210-207-2111; At Mission Marquee Plaza, 3100 Roosevelt Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214. Mar-Nov, 1st & 3rd Sat, 9a. Web. Facebook. Find fresh, locally-sourced foods, explore the handmade crafts and products from local pop-up vendors, community resource information, demos and more. Browse the local vendors, enjoy the art activities, live music, and food. Parking: Free. Pet-Friendly

MARKETPLACE AT OLD TOWN HELOTES: 210-854-1116; 210-695-6678; Corner of 14391 Old Bandera & Riggs Rd, Helotes, in NW San Antonio. All year, every 1st Sat, 10a-5p., Web. Located near historic John T Floore Country Store and Helotes Creek Linear Park. Jewelry, arts and crafts, fresh produce, and one-of-a-kind pieces are on display. Additionally, local nearby boutiques open their doors and offer visitors a taste of Old Town Helotes.

PEARL FARMERS MARKET: Pearl, along the banks of the San Antonio River, W of Full Goods, in San Antonio. A year-round producers only open air market providing fresh, local, and seasonal products. Sat 9a-1p, year-round. 210-212-7260

QUARRY FARMER'S & RANCHER'S MARKET: Parking lot of the Quarry Market, 255 E Basse Rd, San Antonio, TX 78209. A year-round producers-only open air market. Sun 9a-1p. 210-722-5077

SAN ANTONIO FARMERS MARKET: Operated by the San Antonio Farmers Market Association, these are year-round open air markets featuring seasonal fruits and vegetables. 210-300-2687. Locations:
  • Mon: 8510 S Zarzamora St (St Leonard's Catholic Church), 8a-1p
  • Tue & Sat: Jackson Keller and McCullough, 7:30a-1p
  • Wed: 130 South San Augustine (St Jude's Catholic Church), 8a-1p
  • Wed: 6427 Evers Rd (Leon Valley Community Center/Library), 8a-1p
  • Thur: 555 Funston Place, 8a-1p
  • Fri: 11121 Wurzbach Rd (Saint Matthews Catholic Church), 8a-1p
  • Sat & Sun: 3920 N Loop 1604 East at Bulverde Road, 10a-4p
SOUTH TEXAS FARMERS MARKET ASSOCIATION: Year-round open air markets. 830-709-3864. Mon-Sat 9a-2p, year-round. Locations:
  • Mon: 1737 S General McMullen
  • Mon 1130 Fresno Dr
  • Tue: 3606 S Fredericksburg Rd
  • Tue and Sat: 6708 South Flores and Military Dr
  • Wed and Fri: 8333 Culebra Rd
  • Wed: 2585 Thousand Oaks
  • Thur: 1101 Gillette
  • Fri: 7400 Bandera Rd

SEGUIN TRADE DAYS: Twice a year, in October and April, with 80+ vendors selling arts, crafts, food, clothing, plants, collectibles, antiques and other items of interest gather downtown. Vendors set up in the street around Central Park. Entertainment, historic attractions and fun for the kids. 830-401-5000. Web

MARION CITY LIMITS MARKET DAYS: Marion, TX, 155 Gembler Rd (CR-313). 4th Sat, Apr-Dec. 9a-4p. Arts & crafts, small business Onrs, independent distributors, food artisans, food vendors, produce and more! A family friendly event with activities for children. Located in grassy area on the corner of Hwy 78 & Gembler Rd. Free admission. Deby Warren, 830-832-1364,

ARTISAN MARKET SEGUIN: Central Park, 201 S Austin St, Seguin, TX 78155. Every 4th Sat & 2nd Sun. Hand-crafted items from local artists, artisans, and makers. We have vendors selling soaps, lotions, crochet and knitted items, charcuterie boards, freshies, tumblers, jewelry, candles, sun catchers, pinecone art, fused glass art, pressed flower jewelry, leather items and purses, homemade canned goods, bird houses and feeders, dog scarfs, handspun fiber animals, aprons, potholders among other items, all hand crafted by our vendors. Web. Facebook. Event by Yellow Rose Artisan Market


SMITHVILLE DOWNTOWN TRADES DAY: Smithville, Main St, 10a-4p, Facebook. 3rd Sat, Mar-Dec. Located in the 100-200 blocks of Main Street. Food, music and shopping all in one place! A variety of outdoor vendors, including crafts, art, antiques, furniture and home decor, specialty foods, plants and more! Susan Curry, 281-770-7514, or Smithville Chamber of Commerce, 512-237-2313


VINTAGE MARKET DAYS - SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Fri-Sun. Web. A unique upscale vintage-inspired indoor open air market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, seasonal plantings and a lot more. Fri $10, Sat/Sun $5 - Admission gets you in for the remainder of the event. This 3 day event is held several times per year at various locations in south-central Texas. See schedule on web site. Stacey, 918-606-2254


Note: All events below have free parking and admission unless stated otherwise.

KERR COUNTY MARKET DAYS & HILL COUNTRY SWAP MEET - GIANT GARAGE SALE: 830-895-7524; Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3705 TX-27, at Show Barn. Mar-Dec, every 1st Sat (except Apr), 8a-3p, rain or shine, wind or hail. A non-profit organization of growers, artists, craftspeople, and food producers operating a pet-friendly and child-friendly event. Food vendors. Parking: Free. Indoors. Includes Hill Country Swap Meet, a giant garage sale, flea market, trade days, all-in-one. Web

LLANO: Area-Wide Garage Sale, at JLK Event Center, 2200 RR-152 West. Located inside the climatized center. Sponsored by the 501c3 Friends of the Llano Red Top Jail. Food and drink available. Annual event. Admission: $1/p. Chamber Web. 325-247-5354, - 2024: 2/3, 9a-3p

STONEWALL: Community Garage Sale. 830-456-9431. Chamber location, 250 Peach St. 2024: 3/15-17

BANDERA: Community Rummage Sale, At Pomarosa RV Park, 3845 TX-16 S. 830-796-4339. Activities, vendors, homemade food and more! 2024: 3/16 Noon-6p

LLANO: Junk In The Trunk Market: Downtown, at Courthouse Square, 801 Ford Street, at the Pavilion. Mar-Oct, 4th Sat, 8a-Noon. Web. Sell your garage sale items out of the trunk of your car, the bed of your truck, or even a flatbed trailer. No table to set up, no loading/unloading. Free for customers and vendors. Live music. Tony Guidroz, 325-372-1088 2023: 3/25, 4/22, 5/27, 6/24, 7/22, 8/26, 9/23, 10/28; 2024: TBD

BOERNE: Kendall County Fair Assoc Annual Garage Sale. 1307 River Rd. 2024: 3/23 8-4p

MASON: Spring City-Wide Garage Sale. Maps available at Chamber, can be emailed to you. Semi-annual event. Rain or shine. 325-347-5758. Chamber Web. 2024: 4/27

COMFORT: City-Wide Garage Sale. 830-995-3131. Chamber Web. 2023: 4/22, 8a-Noon; 2024: TBD

KINGSLAND: City-Wide Garage Sale. At American Legion Post, 138 Legion Loop. Annual event. Rain or shine. 2023: 10/6-7, 8a-3p; 2024: TBD

LAKE BUCHANAN AREA: Community-Wide Garage Sale. At Buchanan Lake Village. Annual event. Rain or shine. 2023: 10/6-7, 8a-2p; 2024: TBD

WILLOW CITY: Fall Garage Sale. At historic Willow City School & Community Center grounds, 2501 RR-1323. Seller spaces: $12. Set Up: 6-8a. Raynel Wilke. 2023: Sat 10/7, 8a-2p; 2024: TBD

SPRING BRANCH: Community-Wide Garage Sale. At The Crossing At Spring Creek. Annual event. Rain or shine. 2023: 10/7; 2024: TBD

BLANCO: Community-Wide Garage Sale. At Rockin J Ranch. Annual event. Rain or shine. Maps will be provided as you come through the front gate! House to house. 2023: 10/7, 8a-6p; 2024: TBD

KYLE: Community-Wide Garage Sale. At Creekside Village, off IH-35 at Marketplace St toward NW. Annual event. Rain or shine. Food available. Web. 2023: 10/7, 8:30a-1p; 2024: TBD

MASON: Fall City-Wide Garage Sale. Maps available at Chamber, can be emailed to you. Semi-annual event. Rain or shine. 325-347-5758. Chamber Web. 2024: 10/TBD

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