Downtown Grower’s Market down to last weekends

Downtown Grower's Market down to last weekends

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The Downtown Grower’s Market is down to their last two weekends for the market season. The market takes place Saturday mornings at Robinson Park at 8th Street and Central and is free to the public. Music, vendors, artists, artisans and locals make up the scene, offering a unique experience each weekend.

KRQE This Morning was joined Tuesday by three local vendors and business owners who can be seen at the market this weekend.

Ed Lobaugh, a farmer with Old Windmill Dairy, brought in some of his coveted artisan goat cheese. Different flavors, spices and styles of goat cheese are available (even green chile).

Bobbi Black, a food artisan with T&B’s Cajun Marinade, previewed some of the marinade she has to offer. She also offers catering, all with a Cajun twist.

Susan Evans, a local artist, brought in some of her oil paintings. People can check them out at the market or at her studio located in Nob Hill at Matrix Fine Art on Central.

For more on the Grower’s Market, visit them here.

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