The next time you need groceries, stop by the Charlestown Farmers Market.  For fresh, Louisiana-made produce, rice, arts & crafts and much more.

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Back in the day, the only way to get groceries was the farmers market.  As people get more and more health concious, the farmers market is a good way to fresh veggies and fruits an much more.  Speaking of which, the Charlestown Farmers Market (Downtown) is the perfect place to get Louisiana-made foods and items including a wide variety of grains such as brown jasmine rice, baked goods, eggs, meats, can goods, fresh fruits, even gumbo.  You'll also find other Louisiana-made treats, such as homemade arts & crafts.

The Charlestown Farmers' Market provides a great outlet for local farmers and merchants to sell their produce and arts & crafts, as well as create interest in downtown businesses and future events.  The market will be open every Saturday, now through December 13th 2014 and is located at 1911 Historic City Hall on Bilbo Street.  Visit the market for fresh foods, homemade items and much more, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon. For more info or to learn more about being a vendor call 337-309-1389 or visit their Visit Website.