As we pursue the best way to serve and support the local businesses, the Colleyville Chamber will continue to suggest that every member take the appropriate measures to safeguard their own health as well the health of other chamber members. The Colleyville Chamber suggests members wash their hands frequently, use hand sanitizer, social distance and wear masks. We are all in this together as we seek to fulfill our mission to promote economic success by connecting businesses with the community, as well as our vision to be the catalyst for business vitality and community enrichment.
Colleyville Farmers Market
Farmer’s Market at Colleyville Center -
This weekly event will bring more than 30 local vendors to Colleyville to sell produce, meats, cheeses, soaps, crafts, and more, every Saturday outside City Hall. Come shop for local organic produce or artisanal goods while getting to know the men and women that harvested or crafted them at weekly outdoor farmer’s markets starting in March. City Council approved Four Seasons Markets to manage a weekly Saturday farmer’s market and aims to foster community with these gatherings. 30-40 vendors will sell various offerings including organic produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, honey, salsa, and jams, and crafted items such as candles, artwork, woodcrafts, and clothes. The City chose to work with Four Seasons because of their reputation as the leading provider of European-style farmer’s markets across North Texas. They’ve brought successful farmer’s markets to several communities including Flower Mound, Highland Village, Dallas, Richardson, and Irving. Four Seasons Markets has a network of more than 400 local vendors. Vendors sign up to participate each week so the Colleyville market will see a variety of farmers and artisans based on local tastes and what’s in season. Visit FourSeasonsMarkets.com to view the list of vendors that may come to Colleyville. The City will look to supplement periodic market days with other events such as live music, children’s activities, art, and more.