Downtown Farmers Market

Judy Fahys/KUER

Fall is here and that usually means that farmers markets are beginning to close. But the crowds and the harvests are so big this year that the Ogden Farmers Market is extending its season.

In fact, it’s been a record summer for the farmers market at Ogden’s historic 25th Street. More than 100,000 people have already come out to buy local honey, baked goods, produce and crafts this year, so organizers have decided to keep it open through October 10.

Whittney Evans

Salt Lake City’s downtown farmer’s market opens for its 23rd summer season this Saturday. And one local vendor is preparing for another busy year.

It really is a family affair at The Soap Lady’s house in Sandy. Kathy Wawrzyniak’s kitchen is brimming with pots and freshly baked loaves of soap.

“Well I have my sister Michelle and she just does everything,” Wawrzyniak says. “She’s concentrating on wrapping, making sets today, but she helps me make soap and does pretty much everything. I have my niece in the back. She does bath bombs today.”

Visit KUER at Community Events this Summer

Jun 13, 2014

Visit KUER when you’re out and about this season! We'll be hanging out at the Downtown Farmers Market all summer long and at Craft Lake City in August.  Stop by the KUER booth to get a chance to chat with KUER reporters, sign up for giveaways, spin the prize wheel for some freebies, or take a photo with our cardboard Doug Fabrizio! 

Look for us on these dates:

Downtown Farmers Market 

  • June 21st 
  • July 26th
  • August 9th
  • August 23rd

Craft Lake City