June 16, 2010 10:11
The Saturday farmers market in the Oil Center celebrates its grand opening on June 19. The Saturday farmers market in the Oil Center celebrates its grand opening on June 19. The market's official new name is the Lafayette Hub City Farmers Market. There will be music, goodies to taste, and all the great local fruit and vegetables we love to eat. This week, vendors will be offering the following:

Gotreaux Family Farms (organic):  Cucumbers, basil, mint, yellow squashes, potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, banana peppers, leeks, eggs, Tilapia (Smoked and Freshly Frozen filets)

Helping Hands Farm (organically grown): zucchini, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, mixed greens and wild flower bouquets

Market Basket Youngsville (organically grown):  heirloom vegetables

Thibo Doughs:  Fresh bagels (whole wheat, plain, poppy seed), cinnamon raisin bread, and ciabatta loaves

Supreme Bean Coffee Roasters:  Fresh roasted coffee beans

Home Grown Jubilee Soap:  Flavor of the week "Coffee Jubilee" soap

Lafayette Hub City Market
Heymann Blvd. in Oil Center
across from Champagne's supermarket
Sat. 8 a.m. - Noon

And don't forget the granddaddy of Lafayette's farmers markets, the Acadiana Farmer's Market, which is open year round, with locally grown items.

Acadiana Farmer's Market
corner of Dulles & Marie Antoinette
behind Corner Pantry
Tues., Thurs., and Sat. 5 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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