Easton Park . Aug 11, 2022

To Market To Market

We’re thrilled to announce that Easton Park has partnered with Savory Farmers Market to bring a monthly fresh market to Easton Park! Our first market was in June, and we’re planning to have them on the third Friday of every month, held in the evenings at The Union.

Local Goods From Local Companies

Savory Farmers Market is a local company that brings top-quality vendors offering artisanal food and craft products such as jewelry, candles, planters, and more. The selection for each market is likely to change based on the seasonal availability of certain products and vendor schedules, but typical vendors include local companies such as Savory Alaska wild caught seafood, ATX Homemade Jerky, Wilson Farms, Thirsty Mule Winery, Goldenwood Mushrooms, Truly Superior Health CBD, Nanny Goat Salsa, Biarte Coffee, Amber Oaks Ranch, and Lockhart Farms. You can see a full list of vendors on the Savory Farms website.

Raves from Residents

Residents came out from all parts of the neighborhood to shop and show their support. “I was able to snag a candle that smells absolutely delicious,” said Skyline Park resident Indiia Wilmott. “My husband is also obsessed with pickles, and of course there was a vendor who sold all kinds of pickles. We left with full hands.” 

Union Park resident Keri Bower left a sweet message on our neighborhood message board, saying, “Thank you to all who had a hand in bringing Savory Farmers Market to Easton Park. We really enjoyed it and hope it becomes a regular thing.” You got it, Keri! Look for the next market on August 19 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 

Our monthly farmers’ markets are free and open to the public; come out and see it for yourself. If you want to be able to walk over to do your shopping, check out available homes from Austin’s best builders.

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