Phoenix, AZ

The Downtown Mesa Farmers Market remains open this week!

Scott Murdoch
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PHOENIX, AZ — The Downtown Mesa Farmers Market is located at the Mesa Arts Center 1 East Main Street Mesa, Arizona. Downtown Mesa Farmers Market will still open with reduced hours, operating from 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. each Saturday from May to September.

Go there for the same great vendors you've come to know and love, live music and other events. Downtown Mesa Farmers Market is an all-year-round market. The objective of the market is to help Arizona small businesses grow by providing a fun and inviting sales environment for them to sell in and make new, healthy options accessible to downtown residents.

Get ready for a morning workout with EoS fitness this Saturday, 10 July 2021, from 8 to 9 a.m. It will be something new this week by bringing yoga closer to the market on the Allia. Families and community members can enjoy the Mesa Arts Center, the perfect setting for outdoor shopping, eating, playing, and listening to live music.

Visitors can also visit Mesa Arts Center's Mobile Art-Based Engagement Lab (MABEL), and it is activated on the second and fourth Saturday of the month. Downtown Mesa Farmers Market is exclusive in that it accommodates makers and growers, including a component that integrates some of the best makers and handcrafted goods in the Phoenix area.

The market implements COVID-19 health protocols to assure that operational is safe while continuing to serve the community. For you who are feeling sick or have been in contact with sick people in the past two weeks, you can't participate in the market. Two hand-washing stations are available to guests at the info booth and in a central location at the market. Many vendors will be offering a pre-order option so that you can spend a short time on your groceries shopping.

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