Watters Creek Announces New European-Style Farmers Market

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Starting Friday, Starting Friday, June 25th Four Seasons Markets will open an outpost at Watters Creek. Modeled after European markets where you can not only meet local farmers, ranchers, specialty food producers, artisanal craftsmen, purveyors of fine crafts and other local vendors, but sample and purchase their products in a colorful, family-friendly venue. The market is held in the parking lot behind Apricot Lane at Watters Creek every Friday through November from 8 a.m. to noon.

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WHAT:
Four Seasons Markets vendors change weekly.  For a complete list of vendors visit www.fourseasonsmarkets.com. In the event of inclement weather the farmers market will be cancelled.  Admission is free.

WHEN:
June 25 – November, every Friday from 8 a.m. to noon.

WHERE:
The farmers market is held in the parking lot behind Apricot Lane.  Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm is located at U.S. 75 and Bethany Drive in Allen, Texas.  For more information call 972-747-8000 or visit www.watterscreek.com.

About Watters Creek:
Come see why Watters Creek was named “Best New Shopping Center 2010” by D Home, the special 52-acre setting features a resort-style design with pond and running creek, open green space, more than 500 trees and lush landscaping, as well as interactive public art.  The mixed-use development offers 1.15 million sq. ft. of retail, restaurant, office space and high-end loft apartments.  When the property opened in May 2008 it was the first retail development in the State of Texas to be LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.  Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm is located at U.S. 75 and Bethany Drive at 970 Garden Park Drive in Allen, Texas.  For more information call 972-747-8000 or visit www.watterscreek.com.

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One comment on “Watters Creek Announces New European-Style Farmers Market

  1. I hope this works out better than Watters Creek’s previous attempt at a “farmers market”, which only brought out people peddling their home-based business products. No farmers! LOL