Producer-Only Farmers’ Market at St. Michael’s

The Park Cities Farmers’ Market, in the parking lot of St. Michael’s and All Angels Episcopal Church, at 8011 Douglas Street, is providing a new option for fresh, natural, local produce much closer to home for residents of Highland Park, University Park and Oak Lawn. The market will be open fro 8 a.m. to noon through the fall.

“We want the community to know that there are other ways to be a church beyond the traditional Sunday worship services,” says Saint Michael’s Rector Dr. Bob Dannals. “As we encourage environmental stewardship and promote healthy homegrown food products, we expect the farmers’ market to be a gathering place for our neighbors on Saturday mornings.”

The market also features specialty foods like baked goods, tamales, herbs, cheeses, eggs, honey, milk, meats and pasta. As a producer-only enterprise, distributors are not permitted to sell at the market. Farmers and growers that practice natural, sustainable, organic practices and whose products come from within 150 miles of Dallas County are welcome.

For more information, call 214-363-5471 or visit

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