Get Fresh at the Cherry Street Farmers Market

By on April 16, 2010

Spring is the absolute freshest time of year. For me, it is a great time to be renewed spiritually, mentally and physically. It is a time to explore this wonderful city we live in with shorts and sandals on – and our eyes open to take in all the beautiful colors, smiles and new life. If you are looking for ideas to help you create memorable spring journeys…well that’s part of what we are here for!

This weekend, I want to encourage you to bust out of the norm, wake up early on a Saturday and head over to the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market for all that is fresh and smiling. Now although I do understand that it may rain this weekend, there’s nothing like beautiful spring showers…so be rejuvenated.

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The Cherry Street Farmer’s Market is from 7-11am and takes place down a nice part of 15th Street a.k.a. Cherry Street. At the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market prepare to find fresh locally-grown produce, locally-baked goods, locally raised meat and dairy, locally manufactured products and local entertainment + a lot of cute little animals. We are firm believers that Tulsa is the greatest city in this country and that there is never a lack of things to do. We want to encourage you to get out and explore what this city has to offer.

We Came away with:

Triple Chocolate Brownies from Pure-to-Go
Almond-Joy Scones from Lunabread
2 Jalapeno Plants
1 Tomato Plant
Granola from Pare
Samples from Great Harvest Bread Co.

Wish List:

Spices from The Spice Market
Fresh Produce (Must get there around 7 or 8am).
Breakfast Burrito from Pare
A few cuts of meat from various Meat Vendors
Fresh farm-raised eggs

Cherry Street Farmer’s Market

Also…Check out what more there is to do this weekend at Tasha Does Tulsa and never get bored of this city again!

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