First Saturday Bishop Arts market to debut in March

It’s more farmers market than craft market. The Bishop Arts Saturday Market, which debuts March 5, is seeking vendors to sell produce, breads, fresh honey and the like. But the first Saturday market also will have tents with jewelry, T-shirts and sundry items.

The markets are being organized by Amy Cowan, Jason Roberts, Andrew Howard and Jacob Waters of Lake Cliff Boot Camp. They’ll bring in entertainment from local churches and dance teams, and they’ll incorporate demonstrations on fitness, gardening and more.

The markets will be the first Saturday of every month except July and August. Vendors must provide their own tents, and a 10-foot by 10-foot space is $75 or $85 with electricity.


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  • liana tasset

    sounds like a wonderful thing to start in Dallas. I will be there! chocolate covered bacon? WOW!

  • So I can do push-ups with Jacob, eat some chocolate covered bacon at Dude, and shop outside? Awesome.

  • Rachel Stone

    Gail, you can probably find all the information you’re looking for on their website, http://bishopartssaturdaymarket.com/?page_id=2

  • I am interested in a space at the Bishops arts saturday market starting in march. Please send me contact and scheduling information.