News Release, Town of La Plata
Farmers, Food Trucks, and Everything In Between
For over 40 years, the La Plata Farmers Market has brought in farmers and vendors all over Southern Maryland. Starting April 6, you can come be a part of this local tradition!
On Wednesdays you can get your fresh local produce, meat, honey, and eggs, and home-made baked goods, jams, jellies, and sauces…plus fresh-brewed coffee and food truck lunch, prepared on site just for you. Can’t make it on Wednesday?
Come on Saturdays for the big show. We’ll have all that food and drink, plus art, crafts, plants and flowers, and, yes, more food trucks! We’re open rain or shine, April 6th to – November 30th, behind the Charles County Courthouse.
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