Brentwood Farmer’s Market 2019 season approved by planning commissioners


Brentwood Farmer’s Market 2019 season approved by planning commissioners

By RACHAEL LONG / Photo courtesy of Brentwood Farmer’s Market Facebook page

With Spring in full swing and summer days on the way, the Brentwood Farmer’s Market is gearing up to begin its 2019 season in May.

Brentwood leaders on the city’s Planning Commission approved the limited duration event and its logistics at its April 1 meeting this past Monday.

The market will set up in its usual spot, on the green at CityPark Brentwood every Thursday evening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Its season will include 14 events beginning on May 16 and running through Oct. 17.

A look at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market proposed 2019 season set up in CityPark Brentwood. // Map courtesy of the City of Brentwood

The Brentwood market is managed by Kasi Haire who also runs the Nolensville and Berry Farms Farmer’s Markets in Williamson County. 

Vendors will be set up in CityPark’s green area as well as the drive in front of the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. Traffic cones will help restrict vehicles from driving through the area where vendors are set up.

The Brentwood Farmer’s Market is now accepting applications for its 2019 season. For more information, visit the market’s website here.

CityPark Brentwood is located at 7100 Executive Center Drive.

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