Fall is here, and with that, the Fredericksburg Farmer’s Market’s fall season will begin at 4 p.m. and continue until dark, tomorrow, Oct. 1, at Pioneer Museum on West Main Street.
The season will then continue on Thursdays, concluding Nov. 19, the week prior to Thanksgiving.
Among the wide variety of meats and vegetables will be local, grass-fed beef, along with pasture-raised chickens that produce organic eggs.
There’s also a local bounty of fall vegetables and fruits, including beets, beans, peas, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, herbs, butternut squash and much more.
Shoppers can shop for locally-baked bread and wood-oven pizza. There will also be locally-roasted coffee and other prepared foods.
“We will also have Texas olive oil, which we also had at the summer farmer’s market,” said Thomas Newman, Fredericksburg Farmer’s Market president.