Thursday, September 6, 2012
Saturday is the last time the Mainstreet Farmers Market will set up on Sixth Street in downtown Steamboat Springs till summer 2013. The market has grown from 15 booths in its first year to 75 booths seven years later. The market runs for 14 weeks during the summer and is filled with local goods and produce. According to a newsletter from Mainstreet Steamboat Springs, some products — such as Granola Gold, Cider Fixin's Jam, Rising Sun Bath and Beauty Products, Mountain Soap and others — are available in other places in Steamboat year-round. But goods such as Pappardelle's Pasta, Lay Valley Bison, Eagle Smoked Salmon and Yampa Valley Farms meat won't be available in Steamboat after the weekend.