Wednesday, September 2, 2015

N3rd Street Farmers Market is coming to Old City

The Headhouse District's Farmers Market has been so popular that Indy Hall is launching a new outdoor market with the same delicious fresh food and local, sustainable products.

N3rd Street Farmers Market is coming to Old City

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(April Saul/Staff Photographer)
(April Saul/Staff Photographer)

The Headhouse District’s Farmers Market has been so popular that Indy Hall is launching a new outdoor market with the same delicious fresh food and local, sustainable products that you love so much.

The very first N3rd Street Farmers Market will kick off on Tuesday, August 6 from 2 - 7 p.m. right in front of the Christ Church on Church St. between American St. and 2nd St. The market will return on a weekly basis.

The market’s launch will include vendors like Beechwood Orchards, Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Culton Organics, Sweetbox Cupcakes and more.

You can follow N3rd Market on Twitter for updates on vendors, dates, times and more.

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