What's Fresh

Farm Fresh Highlights

Alford Family Farm: Vegetables

Babylove's Farm: Vegetables

Brushy Creek Farm: Vegetables

Circle N Dairy: pints & half pints of ice cream, low temp pasteurized dairy products including milk in gallons & half gallons, quart & pint size cream, large & small Greek yogurt, & our grass fed/finished Angus beef-hamburger, rib eyes, New York Strip, sirloin, filets, roasts & more

Collier Farms, Inc.: Chicken eggs, Beef, local honey, vegetables

Escalara Farms: Flowers

Frankie's Fresh Foods LLC: vegetables, pickles

Freeman Farms: annual bedding plants and flowers

Greenfin Farms: Microgreens, vegetables

Jubilee Farm: Vegetables

Misty Moon Farms: Vegetables

Narrow Way Farms: Eggs

Oliver's Gardens: Microgreens, vegetables

Painted Flower Farm: Native Plants

Pure Country Products: Homemade Cheeses and sweet breads

Reeves Bees & iRelish: Honey and relish

Soul Honey: Honey

Timber Country Farms: chicken eggs and heirloom tomato plants

Tree Folk Farm: Vegetables: mushrooms, seasonal produce

We Accept SNAP

For STAPLE FOODS: Fruits and vegetables; breads and cereals; meat, fish, and poultry; and dairy products.

Seeds and plants intended to grow food (herbs, vegetables, fruits, and nuts).

Please visit the Denton Community Market booth near the Farmer’s District entrance (near banner) to obtain DCM $1 wooden tokens (as many as you need for purchases) that can be used for qualified items: Fresh produce, meat, eggs, jams, other canned goods, plants for growing food, and baked items are all qualified items for purchase. Ask for a list from Market staff.


We Accept WIC

For fresh fruits and vegetables. Requires shopping list from WIC office to receive voucher booklet.

Seeds and plants intended to grow food (herbs, vegetables, fruits, and nuts).

Please visit the Denton Community Market booth near the Farmer's District entrance (near banner) to obtain a WIC FMNP Voucher booklet. Each Voucher booklet has 5 vouchers worth $6 each (total $30/voucher booklet) that can be used for qualified items: Fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Farmers that accept WIC will display a blue FMNP Poster. Ask for a list from Market staff.

What's Happening!

September Fundraisers to support the Market and

Let Us Grow Together!

September 1st: Pawsitive Vibes: Dog friendly concert and fundraiser

September 19th: North Texas Giving Day and give to the Denton Community Market!

September 28th: Farm to Table Cocktail Party at Embassy Suites Denton

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What's New

Denton Community Market

10th Year Anniversary Exhibit

Since our founding in 2009 and the first Market Season in 2010, the Denton Community Market has grown to become a major weekly community event eight months of the year. We are pleased to share the history of the Market, special exhibits, activities, and more every Saturday at our 10th Year Anniversary Exhibit Booth. You can find the exhibit booth at Markets every Saturday this year!

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Market - April 10, 2010
Market - April 10, 2010

New exhibits every month!

Every Month, the Special Exhibit Booth will feature a unique showcase of Market history in addition to the stationary Exhibit gallery.

April features the grand opening of the Exhibit, celebrating our 10th Year Anniversary Opening Day, History of Markets in Denton, and the history of the Denton Community Market. We will also be releasing our special 10th Year Anniversary Catalog that gathers an eclectic collection of artwork and narrative that describes the history of the DCM and illustrates the diverse community of creatives in Denton and the Market.

Stay tuned for more information about our 10th Year Anniversary Special Exhibit!


It is exactly what you expect it to be. Fresh veggies grown locally, crafts, jewelry, clothing, quilts and acoustic music. Locally grown coffee was interesting and even four food trucks.

Andrew H

I love this little market. Was able to get LOCAL FRESH tomatoes, onions, sunflower sprouts, greens, and squash. Plus a pair of handmade earrings. And locally brewed and roasted coffee.

Melissa G

There was something for everyone! Tons of handcrafted dog toys and homemade local dog treats for my lil' Monster, different flavors of jerky and men products for my boyfriend, beauty products and jewelry for me! You can sit at a table or on the grass like we did and enjoy the live band and people around you.

Renee S