Farmers market moves indoors for summer

the vendors have moved indoors for the summer at the Sun City West Foundation, 14465 W. R.H. Johnson Blvd.

By Roger Ball
Independent Newsmedia

The Sun City West Farmers Market moved indoors for the summer.

The vendors sell their wares 8 a.m. – noon Wednesdays in the Sun City West Foundation building, 14465 West R.H. Johnson Blvd.

Carol Legg, local realtor and coordinator of the market, said 57 vendors had booths May 1 and they expect more in coming weeks. Ms. Legg said the maximum number of indoor booths is 65.

Products range from packaged foods made from wild plants to organic vegetables to baked goods. Jewelry and other craft products are also sold, as well as household and health items. Community groups also have booths at the event.

James and Jawn Golo sell organic vegetables from their farms in Waddell and Maricopa.

James and Jawn Golo sell organic vegetables grown on their farms in Waddell and Maricopa. Another vendor sells granola from cactus seeds, and another sells caramel corn. There are multiple vendors selling honey.

Ms. Legg said the market would continue indoors from 8 a.m. – noon every Wednesday through Sept.25, then return to the parking lot outside.  The market began at that location The Oct. 3, 2018, with 25 vendors.


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