The perfect thing to do on a Saturday in Harker Heights Texas in my opinion is definitely going to your local farmers market.

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THE PERFECT WEEKEND PLAN WITH YOUR FAMILY IS THE FAMILY MARKET IN HARKER HEIGHTS

For as long as I can remember I’ve always gone to the farmer's market to get the freshest vegetables and some of the most amazing local honey, oils, and household essentials. The farmers market is located at Carl Levin Park and it is when the community comes out it showcases some of the most fantastic local essentials. The farmers market is a perfect place to take your family early in the morning in my opinion I say early in the morning only because, that’s when you get the best of the best everything is very fresh always but you want to be first in line to see what the community has to offer.

COME  ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE FARMER'S MARKET

It is very important that you support our local farmers' market because these are small businesses helping you receive natural essentials for your everyday life. Some of the best things come from the farmer's market. I’ve had honey made right here in Central Texas which is the perfect allergy medicine. If you’re someone who is really into holistic and natural medicines the farmers market is somewhere you want to be, not only can you stay healthy,but you can enjoy your community's hopes to see you at the farmers market with your family!

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