Welcome to our 9th Season at Good Local Markets!
Wow – 9 years! Thank you to the White Rock – East Dallas community for being our partners for so long.
In 2017 look for our farmers and artisans to be at the top of their game with quality arts and crafts, fresh, local fruits and vegetables, meats and cheese, and specialty foods that use products from farms in N. Central Texas.
Our new Oak Cliff location opened March 18 to welcoming crowds. The Tyler Street Market is open each Saturday from 8am to 1pm in the parking lot of the Tyler Street Tower/ Tyler St. United Methodist Church at 909 W. 9th St, Dallas 75208. Our White Rock Market is open 8am – 1pm Saturdays at our same address – now the parking lot of LakePointe Church. The Paul Quinn Market opened May 25th next to the We Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College, and will open each Thursday from 3pm – 7pm. Paul Quinn Market is at 3837 Simpson Stuart Rd., Dallas Tx 75241
Remember – Lone Star is accepted at all markets.
Thank you to our many partners in 2016, including the White Rock Hills Library, Comerica Bank, the Farmers Market Coalition, Lakeside Baptist Church and Half Price Books, The Mix Co-Working Space, Vickery Meadow Improvement District, International Rescue Committee, SMU’s Center on Research and Evaluation, Hypnotic Donuts and The Hypnotic Emporium, White Rock Real Estate, Adjust Chiropractic, and many many more. Your continued friendship and support is vital to our success, and your community thanks you.
ABOUT GOODOnly local. All good.
Good Local Markets began in 2009 with the idea that a neighborhood farmers market would improve our health and quality of life here in East Dallas. Why have to drive across town to a farmers market? Why not have one right here?
Our markets now serve thousands of residents looking for healthy and locally sourced foods. Good Local Markets also presents some of our region’s top makers of clothes, jewelry, furniture, fine art, toys and more, hand made by North Texans. Good Local Markets connects local farmers, food producers and craftsmen directly to our community.