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Lake Havasu Farmers Market

Farmers? In the desert? Really? Well, as you can imagine, the Lake Havasu Farmers Market isn’t like your typical farmers market. However, you still get the freshest ingredients to create delicious, healthy meals for you and your family…and much, much more.

The Lake Havasu Farmers Market takes place from 8 am to 12 pm at The KAWS on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month, except November & December, when it only happens on the 2nd Saturday of the month. Come support our local mom-and-pop shops.

What: Lake Havasu Farmers Market
Where: The KAWS (2144 McCulloch Blvd N)
When: The 2nd & 4th Saturdays of the Month
Admission: FREE
Contact: The KAWS via email

Lake Havasu Farmers Market

Our local farmers market offers the usual fare: organically raised meat, farm-fresh eggs, freshly baked goods, and local dairy products, among other things. In addition to these foods, local artisans offer artwork, clothing, accessories, leather goods, and more. Plus, the people who produce these items are right there to answer any questions you may have about their goods and services. Learn about them directly from the source. Also, we all know how hot it gets in the summer. Fortunately, most of the market takes place indoors and out of the blazing sun. That can be a real bonus when we hit those triple digits!

Havasu Farmers Market Hours

The market opens up from 8 am to 12 pm twice a month between January and October. It always takes place on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month during this time. However, the end-of-year holidays change that. In November and December, it only opens once a month…on the second Saturday of the month. (Hint: This is a great place to find those one-of-a-kind birthday, anniverary, holiday, and hostess gifts any time of the year, but especially during the holidays.)

About The KAWS

The KAWS provides a space for small businesses, especially those in the food service industry, to build their skills and client base. By supplying this community space, it lowers their operating costs. This allows them to stretch their dollars further and create a thriving enterprise without the huge upfront costs a traditional brick-and-mortar venture requires. In turn, we…the community…get to enjoy the fruits of their labor while supporting small businesses. It ends up being a truly beneficial endeavor for everyone involved.

Sunstone Real Estate Group at Coldwell Banker Realty, Lake Havasu City, AZ