Every Thursday starting at 3 p.m.
Next to St. Cyril of Alexandria
Catholic Church
10503 Westheimer Road
(at Rogerdale)
One block west of
Sam Houston Tollway

Map to Westchase District Farmers Market
VENDORS
Shop more than two dozen vendors:

  • Seasonal Produce/Fruits
  • Baked Goods & Prepared Foods
  • Nuts, Honey, Sauces & Condiments
  • Dairy, Eggs & Meat
  • Home & Spa

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Westchase District Farmers Market features high quality, locally-grown seasonal fresh foods and provides a vibrant community gathering place for the Westchase community.

Take-out meals simplify your holiday schedule The Westchase District Farmers Market is having a banner year. Even amid a rough economic climate caused by the worldwide pandemic, the farmers market topped previous years in vendor participation, foot traffic and revenue. Farmers Market Manager John Carey attributes the uptick to people feeling more comfortable being outdoors […]

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A Marketplace for Holiday Gifts

It's possible to spend time at the Farmers Market and not find something for yourself. But why not use the time to shop here for the holidays? That's what makes the market experience even more rewarding because you can pick…
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Get Everything for Dinner Without Cooking

Thinking of Take Out? The Farmers Market Has Many Options Don't know what to prepare for dinner? The Westchase District Farmers Market has you covered. When it's Thursday night and you need to bring home some food, the Farmers Market…
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What is Hydroponics?

Sure hydroponics sounds hi-tech, but there's evidence of this growing method dating back to Ancient China. With hydroponics, edible plants can be grown indoors and without soil. In some cases, gravel and nutrient water are used. For instance,…
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Farmers Market Integral to Food Supply Chain During Outbreak, Market Adapts to Changing Times

Out of a crisis emerges resiliency. The Westchase District Farmers Market vendors were a proven source of food and example of endurance. During the COVID-19 crisis, grocery stores were deemed essential businesses and remained open. The…